Belbuca 150mg Strip Vs Norco 10-325mg

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Connie Says:
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My doctor gave me the Belbuca to replace the norcos. Which one is better/stronger: Belbuca 150mg strip or norco 10-325?

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David Says:

Hi Connie,

Because Belbuca (Buprenorphine) and Norco are two different meds, there's no accurate way to compare their efficacy without having already taken both medications yourself to know how your body reacts/responds to each one. Some people say that they get efficient pain relief from Buprenorphine, while others suggest that it does nothing for their pain.

There are also many variables to consider, such as the inactive ingredients that may affect bioavailability (or how well the tablet is absorbed and metabolized). Some of these pills have tons of binders/fillers and others have very little. Different manufacturers also use better or worse quality ingredients.

With all that said, I truly hope the Belbuca works out wonderfully for you. If you could please post back with your experience on them, then that would hopefully help others make an informed decision.

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