Ever Had Problems With Suboxone Films?

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Cats68 Says:
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Hi everyone! I was wondering if anyone has ever had problems with the suboxone films? Sometimes, the film will b torn in half when I open the film up, or, it will stick 2 the inside of the package and it breaks off a piece of the film. And, u r stuck trying 2 get them out of the package. I asked my Dr and pharmacist about this, and, they said the manufacturer was working on that problem. It doesn't happen all the time, but , when it does , it's a real pain in the a&&.



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jolter Says:

Hey Cats, How you doing? Ya, thats happened to me to. Kind of a pain in the butt.

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Cats68 Says:
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Hey Jolter, I'm fine. Hope u r doing well. Yeah, u get some good scripts and others r awful .

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David Says:

Do you two happen to know each other outside of MedsChat? I got the sense that you might from other related posts and was just wondering, though there are a lot of supportive people on here. How have you guy's been managing through the suboxone strips? The problem with them sticking together sounds like it could be quite frustrating at times...and I'm sure you've probably tried various ways to get them out of the package more carefully, but I'm thinking it may come down to more extreme measures in some cases where you might have to cut open the box to allow for easier access to the strips? It's a thought anyways Lol. I'd hate to hear that you accidentally cut the strips in the process, though with enough patience and precision it may be worth the extra effort by doing it differently.

Hope this helps!

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