Are All Suboxone Strips The Same Size?

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BillCat Says:


If they are from the same manufacturer, are the 4mg, 8mg and 12mg the same size.Basically what I am asking is are 8mg and 12mg typically the same size strip?



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Happy P Says:
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12 is larger.

Do you know why the 8/2 would be two different color oranges? Does that mean anything (i.e. old, expired, generic, etc)

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Kevin Says:

Hello Billycat,

Here are the dimensions of the strips according to the FDA website.

2 mg/0.5 mg
22.0 mm x 12.8 mm

4 mg/1 mg
22.0 mm x 25.6 mm

8 mg/2 mg
22.0 mm x 12.8 mm

12 mg/3 mg
22.0 mm x 19.2 mm

Surprisingly the 4/1 strips are the largest.

I hope this information helps.

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