Pictures Of Generic Suboxone

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pictures of generic suboxone
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A friend was given an orange jell type med an told its suboxone, has anyone ever seen this? An what are they really ## Yes, there is a Suboxone that meets this description, they are usually thin, orange strips. This is a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. I can't say for sure that's what your friend received, but there are some available like that. Is there anything else I can help with? ## My son is addicted to H. my friend told me about subs. he has no insurance so I get them off the street which is hard. I live on disability but he is worth it I called this friend cuz I had some worries about a few things after telling her she replied she doesnt want to ... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Suboxone.
Mon, Sep 29 '14, 10:30 PM
Pictures Of Buprenex
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i WAS GIVEN SUPPOSEDLY GENERIC SUBOXONE BY THE PHARMACY IT IS THE SIZE AND SHAPE OF PERCOCET. IT HAS l55 ON ONE SIDE AND A FANCY D ON THE OTHER. HAS ANTONE HEARD OF THIS? THANKS ## yuppp this is one of the new generics for suboxone, i believe its 8mg, every things all good ## That is correct, just as methadoneman said. To be even more precise, it contains 8mgs of Buprenorphine and 2mgs of Naloxone. Since it does contain a narcotic opiate, it does have the potential to be habit forming itself and it may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness and constipation. Learn more Suboxone details here. Are there any comments or questions? ## Just got the new tab Suboxone generic. It is round, white, looks like a moon on one side and 155 printed on the other. On the pill bottle i... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Buprenex.
Tue, Apr 26 '16, 3:42 PM
Imprint N8 round white pill
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My friend is sick from opiate withdrawal. He bought what I am told is suboxone - but there are no pictures of this pill in google images It is white and round not oval or hexagon N8 is imprinted. Can anyone help! He is scared to take but also feeling terrible. ## That is generic Suboxone, 8mg/2mg (8mg buprenorphine and 2mg naloxone, the naloxone being inert as long as it is taken sublingually(under your tongue, actually can be allowed to dissolve in your mouth anywhere and will absorb the buprenorphine, and the naloxone does not absorb well sublingually) ## What did you find out? I as well couldn't find them anywhere online... were they real?? Please help... I had seen a white 8 arrow online, but never this n8. Quick reply would be appreciated!! ## I got those too. The white N8 with... ...
Updated 3 months ago in Suboxone.
Sat, Jun 17 '17, 3:00 AM
trying to identify a small white round pill that dissolves under tongue
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I was told it was some sort of subutex. But I still haven't found out exactly what this pill is. It's a small white round pill. One side it has a line through it, almost dividing it in half. One the other side it has a mushroom like, T symbol. Some might even say it looks like a lamp. Please help! ## Hello, Jessie! How do you know it's a sublingual tablet? I've gone through all the available pictures and descriptions of Subutex/Suboxone and their generics, but didn't find anything that matches this description. Where was it found? Does anyone else recognize this tablet? ## Pill marked with a C on one side and a 30 marked on oppiste side its supposed to be generic hrdrocodone 30 mgs opiate pain med... Please help worst tooth ache pain... And cant afford another er vis... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Subutex.
Wed, Feb 18 '15, 3:20 PM

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