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ZUBSOLV 5.7
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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 1 day ago in Zubsolv.
Thu, Apr 16 '15, 4:33 AM
new to zubsolv 5.7 mg
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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 8 months ago in Zubsolv.
Fri, Aug 01 '14, 7:51 PM
zubsolv
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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? ## I know you posted this a long time ago, but if you haven't switched, I would not recommend it. I did and it is awful. I was down to between 2 to 4 mgs of suboxone a day. My ins stopped paying for them so 3 weeks ago my doc switched me to zubsolv, telling me that it's the same even better. He said stronger and easier to get off of. I got 30 5.7 tabs and ... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Zubsolv.
Sun, Feb 22 '15, 8:22 PM
suboxone zubsolv
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I was going to a sub dr for 3 yrs best doctor ive ever met ... he went to jail 6 months ago n i have an appt monday with a new one but i was able to get suboxone while trying to find a new dr which might i add $1000 for the first visit is just ridiculous... should i go for the strips or zubsolv? ## I take 2 zubsolvs 5.7 mg tablets a day. I used to take the 8mg suboxone strips. Trust me stick with the suboxone. I would rather have 1 suboxone strip than 2 zubsolv tabs but my insurance doesn't cover suboxone. ## Omg subzolve SUCKS ive been on suboxone for a few years and my ins wont cover it anymore so now im suppose to be on subzolve and it has done NOTHING but throw in wicked withdrawal. Stick to subs id do anything for suboxone back ## I think it's a little ironic that the "... ...
Updated 8 days ago in Zubsolv.
Thu, Apr 09 '15, 5:28 PM
Zubsolv conspiracy
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I wonder if this medication is what they say it is I feel a conspiracy??? Anyone else??? ## Absolutely!!! I was on 2 mg suboxone films for at least 5 years, until Independant Health decided to go to bed with the makers of zubsolv. It DOES NOT work the same way!!! The meds half life is not at long at sub was. I could go a day and a half without feeling withdrawal symptoms when on suboxone. Not zubsolv!!! After 24 hours I had major withdrawal! Plus they made it impossible to wean off of zubsolv! At least with the zub films you could cut off pieces to wean. What do you do w that tiny white tablet??? Thank you crap healthcare system we have in the US. Insurance companies really have is all by the balls. Think Im just gonna end up paying out of pocket for suboxone. I know it works! ## March ... ...
Updated 28 days ago in Zubsolv.
Fri, Mar 20 '15, 5:17 PM
tapering off zubsolv
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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 1 month ago in Zubsolv.
Fri, Mar 06 '15, 8:59 AM
zubsolv does one have 5721 and 93 on it
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round white pill numbers 5721 one side 93 other side is it zubsolv pill ## No its generic suboxin. 8 mg. /2 mg.Zubsolv is 5.7 mg./1.2 mg. The Zubsolv are ok but the 5721/93 have more medicine and are better in my opinion. ## Just to confirm for other readers, post #1 is correct about the pill ID. The company who manufacturers these is Teva, who actually lists this pill description on their product page (with a national drug code of 00093-5721-56). Regarding Zubsolv, I too have heard on many accounts that it was significantly less potent than generic/brand name Suboxone. Hard to say if it's the different binders/fillers they're using that may be hindering absorption or if they really did add less medication in there. I suppose a lab analysis would be the only way to know for cert... ...
Updated 8 days ago in Zubsolv.
Thu, Apr 09 '15, 4:43 PM
Withdrawals from Zubsolv
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I was taking 2-scripts for oxy and now taking Zubsolv but just ran out after 65 days. I'm miserable not as bad as withdrawal from oxy but bad enough. I've got cold chills and sweating at the same time. Horrible feeling. Did anyone on here experience this when they were finished with Zubsolv? ## Hello, Matt! How are you? Zubsolv contains a very potent narcotic, Buprenorphine, so yes, it will cause withdrawals if you suddenly stop taking it, without tapering off very slowly. 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. What dosage were you taking? ## Hi, I was on hydrocodone 10 mg and 100 mg nyucenta. The reason I was on those is because I have had 2 foot/ank... ...
Updated 4 months ago in Zubsolv.
Fri, Nov 28 '14, 1:57 AM
i took 1 2 a zubsolv today at 2am and the other half 6 days ago how long before can use rest of my p15s?
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I used a half of a zubsolv 5.7-1.4 mg tablet today at 2am and the other half was taken 6 days ago. I dislocated my shoulder and I have 4 p15s left to use being as though I can't afford to go to a dr. How long do you think before the zubsolv wears off and I can use the p15? ## Hi Ryan, This is just my own opinion based on what I've been hearing on some of these other related threads. But depending on how long you've been on Zubsolv, it's generally best to wait at least a few days to a week or so between taking Zubsolv (buprenorphine + naloxone) and other opiates in order to receive their full effects. This is primarily because of buprenorphine's long half life of 24 to 42 hours; at which point half of whatever dose you took will be eliminated from your body, and half ... ...
Updated 5 months ago in Zubsolv.
Fri, Nov 07 '14, 10:44 AM
white pill round big 5 and a small 7 on it what is this
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little white pill was told it's a subsitute for suboxone need to know very soon ## Hi Bino, Based on my research, what you were told is correct. The white round pill you're describing with a big 7 and small 5 is identified as a Zubsolv tablet containing 5.7 mgs of buprenorphine + 1.4 mgs of naloxone. This medication is basically another brand name for Suboxone used for opioid addiction/dependence. It's listed as being manufactured by a company called Orexo, here in the US. You can also learn more about this drug on the page for Zubsolv Details I hope this helps! ...
Updated 5 months ago in Suboxone.
Wed, Nov 12 '14, 12:58 PM
will I be able to feel opiates after 48 hours of raking zubs
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I took my last dose of zubsolv Tuesday at 3pm (1/2) a 5.7 tab. I'm going to the dentist today at 2 to get a tooth pulled and will get lortabs today about 3 will I feel the effect? I tried taking 2 5/3.25s yesterday at 3 ( @24hrs) will that screw me up for today?? They will be a stronger mg ## Well I took 5 7.5s lortabs today at 50hrs clean and felt equivalent to as if I took one lortab I will take more tomorrow And see if I feel the full effects at 60-70 hrs clean of zubsolv/ suboxone ...
Updated 1 day ago in Zubsolv.
Thu, Apr 16 '15, 3:16 PM



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