Generic Suboxone Which Is Better Cvs Or Walgreens (Page 2)

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who has been suboxone CVS or walgreens.I know thwy are generic but which is better of the two



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diver dave Says:
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Sounds that your over concern about junkies maybe a symptom of benzodiazepine withdrawal. Your intensity is overwhelming.

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Jimbo Says:
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Chrissy your not alone it is the same way for me. It's like I went to a doctor to get off of roxys now I'm stuck addicted to the suboxone and get nervous when I get low on my prescription , just like I got nervous when I got low on the roxys , I think it's just the nervousness of having to go through the suboxone withdrawal that's why a good taper plan is the key. I went from 24 mgs a day to 4 mgs a day and I'm stuck on that. I just need to keep tapering down till I get to about .25mgs or lower and just bit the bullet and go through the withdrawals , now this is all gradual for me over several months of slowly reducing till I'm off this crap. I've been on it for a long time and sick of being trapped by this crap, never knew it was going to be like this going into it. If I knew then what I know now I would have never took as much as the doctor prescribed me I would have just taken one 8 mg and started to taper once I was stable and tried not to stay on it past a week. Sorry to talk so much about me but I know the feeling and I would just taper down to the smallest amount and get off of it , and you got to reinvent yourself and leave that old life behind friends and all. Your not alone there are millions of us out there , but you got to put the priority on yourself and change your life for the better. I am typing a lot , hopefully I can back this up, I'm a work in progress too.

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kk Says:
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I totally agree with u ash!!!!

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ArtsieFartsieGal Says:

honestly, when did they come out with a generic suboxone? I had no idea!

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Aaron Says:
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Some people are wrong on here! For one they do sell Suboxone Pills, orange and white and the other are 8mg Buphrin and 2mg Naloxone. There isn't a 6 and 2 like someone stated, and Walgreens sells Orange generic and CVS sells White generic. No one sells the N-8 octagon Suboxones anymore, the round either orange or white are both generic and both are exactly the same. I don't care for the Strips, I only get the pill for and when they're out of Suboxone. I get the Zubsolv which is 5.7- 1.4 but it's still the same as Suboxones 8/2. They could not put that they're 8.2 mg because erexo doesn't have the patient on them like the makers of Zubsolv. So to answer your question the white and orange are identical except for the taste, but to me both taste good.

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mae222 Says:

No . A suboxone strip has 8mg bupe/ 2 mg naloxone. Thats why the script says 8mg/2mg

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Gun Says:
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I have been on Suboxone and Xanax for about three to four years but they just gave me the green xanax 1 milligram and I don't like him one bit.

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Aaron Says:
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They have been out for 4 years. Nobody carries the original Suboxone the N-8 Octagon ones. Ask your pharmacy and they'll tell you the same..

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Jim Says:
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Could someone please tell me if they have ever seen a red suboxan film strip its supposed to be a generics can any one help


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Aaron Says:
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No, I've seen them all and Red was not one I've seen. It's probably a fake, but I suggest taking it to a Pharmacy and have them check it. I've only seen orange Strips, and orange and White in the Tablet Form.

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Ohio Says:

Due to my chronic pancreatitas, I was on very many pain meds and once I said enough is enough I want my lilfe back my Dr. put me on Subutex. They are both different in many ways. CVS are the white ones and they taste like complete sh*t so I tried Walgreens and they are an orange color and the taste is a lot milder. They also don't make me feel nausea after taking it. That is my personal evaluation so do what is best for your body. Good luck!

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Kricket Says:
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I've taken the suboxone pills and strips for a couple of years. Then I was switched to zubsolve, which seemed to work ok, but didn't seem quite as strong. Recently, because of insurance reasons, I was switched to generic bupe. I went to Walgreens because they were the only pharmacy that would consistently have it. It's actavis brand, and it seems so much better in every way than name brand sub.

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Lolly Says:
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Cvs is better all day they dissolve quicker and the closest to the name brand is effect. It's cheaper for me than Walgreens but different areas have different prices..

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Meley Says:
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The activists brand by far surpasses any other generic but no pharmacy even those I've used for years want to order it why

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Amanda Says:
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No your wrong. If your prescription says 8/2 mg it means 8mg bupe & 2mg naloxone...I have no idea why you would think they would skimp on the bupe. Lol 8mg is 8mg!

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Lisa smirh Says:
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I take the 8 mg pill form so yes the pill form is still available

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Nick Whojustwantsmoreoutoflife Says:
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I'm with you hundred percent. I understand. It's something in your head and mine. I truly want to get better I just hope I have the strength to. I wish you the best i've noticed that if you try not to focus your day around it and try to put it on top of your day it makes it easier. I know easier said than done

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Aaron Says:
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I've been taking the fairly new pink oval subutex from WallGreens and I must say they work the best for me. I was prescribed 3 8.2 orange Suboxon a day and still felt terrible so my Dr switched me to 3 8mg subutex and I only have to take one a day on most days, I feel normal and just feel like I'm somebody again, while on the Suboxone I felt like crap and was always down.

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Kricket Says:
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Walgreens has it. I've been taking it for over a year. It is the best. I think it is better than suboxone.

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Januaryraindrop Says:
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Not here in Cambridge,Somerville MA it's opposite Walgreen has white CVS has orange....Does anyone happen to know what the Rite Aide in Somerville,ma use the orange or white?

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