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 Zubsolv Buprenorphine + Naloxone
Buprenorphine is a semi-synthetic opioid that is used to treat opioid addiction in higher dosages (>2mg), to control moderate acute pain in non-opioid-tolerant individuals in lower dosages (~200µg), and to control moderate chronic pain in dosages ranging from 20–70µg/hour. It is available in a variety of formulations: Subutex, Suboxone, Zubsolv (buprenorphine HCl and naloxone HCl; typically used for opioid addiction), Temgesic (sublingual tablets for moderate to severe pain), ...
zubsolv
Im thinking of switching from strips to zubsolv next month because I have no insurance is there anyone whos switched and liked it? ## It is the same, just under a different formulation and brand name, so it should work the same. 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. Is there a big price difference? ...
Updated 2 days ago in Zubsolv.
Fri, Apr 18 '14, 3:27 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 262948
ZUBSOLV 5.7
i was on subutex 8mg and ive been reading about these new subutexs with the 8 and the arrow on them. i got a different kind there zubsolv 5.7 mg/1.4 mg ? i dont understand is one of these pills equal to a 8 mg? there small white round tablet imprinted with 5.7 on the front? ## Subutex contains just the narcotic Buprenoprhine as the active ingredient, so an 8mg tablet of it contains that much of the Buprenorphine… Where the Zubsolv is actually an equivalent to Suboxone, because it contains the Buprenorphine (in this case 5.7mgs) and Naloxone (in this case 1.4mgs). Learn more Subutex details here. Learn more Suboxone details here. So no, they aren't equal to the 8mg Subutex tablets. This medication is a narcotic opiate, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause s... ...
Updated 3 months ago in Zubsolv.
Sat, Jan 11 '14, 8:56 AM   11  Subscribe to thread 253667
Zubsolv reviews
Has anyone tried it? ## Ya, I got it yesterday. I'm not really digging it. I have taken both suboxone 8mg tabs, and strips. This does not seem to be near as strong to me. Its only been a day so maybe it will get better. But, its suppose to be great for takin effect quicker? And it burns the shiznikks out of my mouth! ## tried it yesterday, really good in my opinion a big step forward, easy to use and you get rid of the hideous aftertaste. Haven't noticed any difference in strength. ## Much, much, much better taste and really fast dissolve time - I really can recommend Zubsolv!! ## Hello, Based on my research, Zubsolv is a medication that contains the active ingredients Buprenorphine + Naloxone. This medication is intended for the treatment of Opioid dependance. Buprenorphine is ... ...
Updated 17 days ago in Zubsolv.
Thu, Apr 03 '14, 5:54 AM   60  Subscribe to thread 252681
new to zubsolv 5.7 mg
i just started zubsolv and i love it. most pharmacy's did not carry it. however, it can be ordered overnight. most insurance covers it but may need a pre-aurthorization. its much easier to take then suboxan tabs or strips. you still put it under your tongue but it dissolve quickly. it did burn at first but this went away after a couple minutes and there's no gross glue aftertaste like sub. strips. the 5.7mg. is confusing at first. i contacted Orexo, the company that makes zubsolve. they explained that its simply a different formulation. you are actually absorbing 8 mg.......good luck to all !!! ## Hi Diana, I’m glad to hear that your experience with ZUBSOLV has been positive so far. I have worked in addiction treatment for several years with my area of expertise being medi... ...
Updated 4 months ago in Zubsolv.
Fri, Dec 13 '13, 1:04 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 256946
tapering off zubsolv
I'm on Zubsolv, 5.7 mg 2×day. I'm wondering if anyone knows how to taper off this drug? I've been on it for a year now and want to get off of it. My doc seems keeps telling me that " Well you know, your really suppose to be taking 3 ×s a day bc your parking spots aren't fully blocked." I feel like he's pushing me on this drug and to keep taking it. I'm ready to get off it now so if anyone know what does to go down to, please help. Thanks for reading! Btw, this drug did help me get off from hydrocodone. I'm a chronic pain patient in lower back. Did wonders for me but I'm ready to move on! ## Hi Robin, I think it's wise that you're staying mindful of your Dr's motives behind choosing to keep you on this medication. If you get t... ...
Updated 12 days ago in Zubsolv.
Tue, Apr 08 '14, 6:59 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 262829
ZUBSOLV AVAILABILITY IN WV
DOES ANYONE KNOW OF A PHARMACY IN CENTRAL WV THAT CARRIES THE NEW GENERIC SUBOXONE NAMED ZUBSOLV?? MY BCBS INSURANCE WILL ONLY PAY FOR IT NOW BUT I CANT FIND IT AND AM STILL PAYING CASH FOR SUBOXONE FILMS, ANY INFO PLEASE E MAIL ME AT {edited for privacy} THANKS. ## Hello, Dave! How are you? Do you have a pharmacy that use regularly? If so, I'd suggest talking to them, they may be able to order it in for you. My pharmacy does this for me, because I've been a customer for years, but the one medication I use is something they don't regularly stock. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 1 month ago in Zubsolv.
Sat, Feb 22 '14, 5:23 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 259705
zubsolv not suboxne or subutex.
I was recently on zubsolv for 2 months. I quit cold turkey and amazingly no withdraws!!! I took suboxne for the same amount of time before and was severely sick for near 2 weeks. So i would recommend zubsolv. Not sure if it was a miracle or something crazy happened. ## I do find it interesting that Zubsolv containing the same active ingredients as Suboxone (buprenorphine + naloxone) would cause such a completely different reaction in some users. Do you think your positive experience with Zubsolv could've just been a matter of each manufacturer putting a different set of binders/fillers in each tablet? If you happen to know the pill imprint or who makes that particular brand, I could post back here with the corresponding list of inactive ingredients to help determine what it is that ... ...
Updated 27 days ago in Zubsolv.
Mon, Mar 24 '14, 3:24 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 261707
can a subutex be small white round pill with large 5 and 7 on it
Found a small white pill in my sons room it has a larger 5 in the middle with either a dash or a period followed by a smaller size 7. What is this pill?? ## Hello, Tyzach! How are you? Yes, this is similar to Subutex, it's called Zubsolve and contains 5.7mgs of Buprenorphine and 1.4mgs of Naloxone. This is a narcotic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 10 days ago in Subutex.
Thu, Apr 10 '14, 4:25 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 263178
 Buprenorphine + Naloxone
Buprenorphine is a semi-synthetic opioid that is used to treat opioid addiction in higher dosages (>2mg), to control moderate acute pain in non-opioid-tolerant individuals in lower dosages (~200µg), and to control moderate chronic pain in dosages ranging from 20–70µg/hour. It is available in a variety of formulations: Subutex, Suboxone, Zubsolv (buprenorphine HCl and naloxone HCl; typically used for opioid addiction), Temgesic (sublingual tablets for moderate to severe pain), ...
 Butrans Buprenorphine
Buprenorphine is a CIII (schedule 3) semi-synthetic partial opioid agonist that is used to treat opioid addiction in higher dosages (>2mg), to control moderate acute pain in non-opioid-tolerant individuals in lower dosages (~200µg), and to control moderate chronic pain in dosages ranging from 20–70µg/hour. It is available in a variety of formulations: Subutex, Suboxone, Zubsolv (buprenorphine HCl and naloxone HCl; typically used for opioid addiction), Temgesic (sublingual tabl...
 Subutex Buprenorphine
Buprenorphine is a CIII (schedule 3) semi-synthetic partial opioid agonist that is used to treat opioid addiction in higher dosages (>2mg), to control moderate acute pain in non-opioid-tolerant individuals in lower dosages (~200µg), and to control moderate chronic pain in dosages ranging from 20–70µg/hour. It is available in a variety of formulations: Subutex, Suboxone, Zubsolv (buprenorphine HCl and naloxone HCl; typically used for opioid addiction), Temgesic (sublingual tabl...
 Buprenex Buprenorphine
Buprenorphine is a CIII (schedule 3) semi-synthetic partial opioid agonist that is used to treat opioid addiction in higher dosages (>2mg), to control moderate acute pain in non-opioid-tolerant individuals in lower dosages (~200µg), and to control moderate chronic pain in dosages ranging from 20–70µg/hour. It is available in a variety of formulations: Subutex, Suboxone, Zubsolv (buprenorphine HCl and naloxone HCl; typically used for opioid addiction), Temgesic (sublingual tabl...
 Suboxone Buprenorphine
Buprenorphine is a CIII (schedule 3) semi-synthetic partial opioid agonist that is used to treat opioid addiction in higher dosages (>2mg), to control moderate acute pain in non-opioid-tolerant individuals in lower dosages (~200µg), and to control moderate chronic pain in dosages ranging from 20–70µg/hour. It is available in a variety of formulations: Subutex, Suboxone, Zubsolv (buprenorphine HCl and naloxone HCl; typically used for opioid addiction), Temgesic (sublingual tabl...
 Buprenorphine
Buprenorphine is a CIII (schedule 3) semi-synthetic partial opioid agonist that is used to treat opioid addiction in higher dosages (>2mg), to control moderate acute pain in non-opioid-tolerant individuals in lower dosages (~200µg), and to control moderate chronic pain in dosages ranging from 20–70µg/hour. It is available in a variety of formulations: Subutex, Suboxone, Zubsolv (buprenorphine HCl and naloxone HCl; typically used for opioid addiction), Temgesic (sublingual tabl...
New treatment option for opioid dependence
As you all know, opioid dependence is more common than the abuse of or dependence on any other type of prescription medication. In fact, nearly 2 million Americans are considered opioid dependent, yet only 40% receive treatment. Currently, there are three FDA-approved medications indicated for the treatment of opioid dependence: methadone, buprenorphine and naltrexone IV. In the buprenorphine category, there is Suboxone Film (a buprenorphine/naloxone combination), buprenorphine (generic) and a new option Zubsolv. ZUBSOLV (buprenorphine and naloxone) sublingual tablet (CIII) provides a new maintenance treatment option that offers unique advantages specifically designed to address treatment preferences expressed by patients. This may have the potential to improve patient adherence, thereb... ...
Updated 5 months ago in Methadone.
Wed, Oct 30 '13, 3:35 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 254714
Is $400 month for methadone treatment fair or can i find cheaper?
Hi, I started going to a methadone clinic 3 months ago for opiate addiction. I am paying 98$ a week, well my sister is, bless her heart. I was wondering if this is the cheapest option for me? This includes the methadone which I am currently stable at 60mg a day. I started out looking for Suboxone doctors but the cheapest I could find was around $400 for the first visit and $300 for the next, which was 2 weeks away from the 1st. I would prefer Suboxone but am satisfied with the progress I am making with methadone at the moment. I live in the Memphis area and am looking for better options if they exist? Thank you in advance for help on this... ## I live in Jonesboro Ar. My visits are 200.00 a month zip take suboxine but now they have zubsolv which is the same drug. I heard they have a cou... ...
Updated 27 days ago in Methadone.
Mon, Mar 24 '14, 2:57 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 261317


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