Constant Feeling Of Withdrawal With Zubsolv

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Ashy Says:
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I have been taking Zubsolv for about 6 months now, prior to that I was on Suboxone. I preferred to stay on Suboxone but since insurance companies seem to rule the world I have no choice but to get zubsolv unless I want to pay hundreds of dollars. I had been taking 4mg of Suboxone and making it just fine for over a year on the same dose, after switching to zubsolv, I was originally taking 2 of the smaller triangular pills 1.4/.36 and I was constantly struggling, I was kicking and achy like I was having withdrawal. I told my doctor so she prescribed me 3 of them now a day. I'm not sure how it compares to Suboxone if I'm taking more or less. I am still feeling the same symptoms and they are worse than they were. My whole body aches my legs kick it feels just as bad as when I was actually kicking the strong stuff.
I told my doctor what I was feeling when I saw her Tuesday and now she wants to up my dose again! I don't want to keep increasing I want to come off of it.
She's now prescribing me the higher circular pills 3 per day. What is that even equal to???
Why isn't this medication working for me?
Does anyone else have this issue?

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Ashy! How are you doing? I am very sorry about the problem that you're having.

It's hard to say, actually. It could that is just doesn't agree with your metabolism, or something else entirely.

Are you on any other medications? Do you have any other medical conditions? Did your doctor offer any ideas?

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Ashy Says:
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I do not have any other medical conditions, fortunately. I have had bloodwork done to test and make sure I'm all in order and all tests came back fine.
I did speak to the doctor about it, her solution was to increase the dosage, which is now 3 5.7 pills. I try not to take 3, but I still feel like crap all the time.

It is very frustrating. I want to come off of it entirely. Which is an entire other issue in and of itself.

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lostandlooking68 Says:
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I'm on the zubsolv too. I'm constantly in withdrawl. I feel like crap, can't get out of bed, body feels like every bone is broken. Especially my hands. They hurt so badly that it makes me cry. Didn't have this problem with suboxen. How do I taper when I'm still in so much pain and know I will go through even worse withdrawal. Help

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Ashy Says:
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It's crazy! The medication does not work half as well as Suboxone.
Tapering is something I cannot see in sight for myself. I actually NEED the 3 pills a day on most days. I try so hard NOT to take it but if I make it through the whole day taking 2...I'm then up all night because my body aches my legs are restless and my back especially hurts.
I'm half tempted to go back on the substance I was abusing until the zubsolv is out of my system then go to a detox to get Suboxone or subutex and return home on nothing. I've been clean for more than 2 and a half years now. It's terrible that I'm even thinking that but I feel like it's the worse of the 2 evils at this point. I don't want to live addicted to another medication and if I were to be pregnant then what happens will my kid be born with an addition to zubsolv too??
You know?

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