Belbuca 300+ Mcg (buprenorphine) For Chronic Pain Patients

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TnJack175 Says:


Has anyone else been prescribed Belbuca? I'm unable to have any other opiates prescribed to me and now I'm on this med. I'm surprised how well it works after a few adjustments to get the dosage right. I'm currently on 600 mcg 2x day. I have lots of back issues and I used to take Hyslinga 30 mg x 2 day and oxycodone 10 mg 5x day. This stuff is much easier to manage then the pills, and the pain relief is great..



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VerFree Says:

That's awesome, so very glad that it is working so well for you, since it tends to be hit or miss for some people.

The FDA warns that Belbuca does carry the risk of being habit forming, and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, dry mouth, constipation, and headache.

Is anyone else also experiencing good results on this medication?

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Jack175 Says:

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The dosage for Belbuca begins at 75 mcg and doubles up to 900 mcg. I was started at 300 mcg then went up to 600 mcg, and find this dose pretty effective. So if someone starts out low and is not getting relief, ask your doctor to increase the dose, don't give up on it unless there's an underlying reason. Also, it's pricey, but most insurance companies will pay for it, I've been with 2 companies and they paid (I had to go through hoops with both of them, but it worked out)

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Ty Dollar Sign Says:

It's not supposed to be for pain it's for narcotic addiction

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