155 White Round Pill Opiate Blocker

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destiny Says:
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do I swallow the pill or do I take it in pieces or do I let it dissolve in my mouth please someone answer I really need it asap

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David Says:

Just to confirm, a white round pill imprinted with "155" and a "half moon logo" is identified as generic Suboxone, containing: Buprenorphine hydrochloride 8 mg (base) + Naloxone hydrochloride 2 mg (base); This medication is used in the treatment of opioid dependence.

From what I understand, it's supposed to work best when taken sublingually; where all you have to do is let it fully dissolve under your tongue in order for your body to absorb it. It would be a good idea to contact your Dr. though if you have any other questions related to how much you should take.

I hope this helps!

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Cats68 Says:
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Dear Destiny, David is correct. The suboxone needs 2 b taken sublingual. Take a drink of water b u take them 2 moision you're mouth. Then put th under you're tongue. Don't eat, drink or smoke until they r completely dissolved. Some Drs. Say 2 wait a half hour after the subs. R completely dissolved. That's what I do. Hope this info. Helps u.

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Ann Says:
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155 on one side half moon on the other. It's suboxone right? But,I'm on percocet will it block that from helping me ???

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casie30 Says:
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Re: Ann (# 3)

Yes suboxen will block the percocet. Also you take the sub then try to take A percocet it can make you sick but its a waste of time you will not feel the percocet. What you want is subutex . subutex does not have the blocker in it like suboxen. So there for you can still do the percocet while taking the subutex.

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Ronv Says:
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Re: Ann (# 3)

It will still help ur pain but u won't get the euphoric effect that u would normally feel.

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