Generic Suboxone Which Is Better Cvs Or Walgreens (Page 3)

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William Says:


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



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Januaryraindrop Says:
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Where do u live ? Cuz here in Massachusetts we very much still have Suboxone pills I know that for a fact I get my insurance won't even cover the strips so yes there are generic but they are still around here

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Jr Says:
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Duh u should investigate b4 u post...theve always had the pills im eating 1 as i type

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SubGuy81 Says:
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Wrong...there are at least 4 different generic Suboxone tablets (buprenorphine/naloxone) currently available. I prefer the orange Amneal's currently available at your local Walgreens.

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Ovella Says:
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First of all, all of you are incorrect you have it twisted around because Walgreens actually have the white crecent half moons tablets, and CVS have the orange tablets...I've been taking the white tablets with the crecent moons for almost 2 years now and I always go to Walgreens, one time I went to CVS and they carried the orange tablets, I was like no thanks...but I have always wondered which of the two were better, so thank you Jeremy for confirming that the white tablets blow all other tablets away...lol.

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Ovella Says:
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You are very much correct January raindrop, that's what I was trying to tell people that Walgreens have the white and CVS have the orange...by the way I live in the NATI... FYI Cincinnati...

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Elysha Says:
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This is not accurate, as most all doctors are now prescribing burpnorphine tablets, as most insurances won't cover films anymore due to the cost. Furthermore, orange tablets imprinted "AN" are terrible and I question the proprietary ingredients as equivalent to films. I would recommend to anyone that they get the white tablets made by Actavis or the ones made by Hi-Tech.

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Maggie Says:
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Re: chrissy (# 17)

You would have been better off withdrawal wise just quitting the pills. When you come off Suboxone, even after weaning to almost nothing, you’ll still feel like crap for a week. There’s no escaping it. And I believe withdrawals from Suboxone take more like a month than the week that you would suffer through quitting pain pills. Idk, I just wanted to agree with what you wrote and to wish you good luck. The ONLY value I see in Suboxone is for people who have cravings, who are truly addicted. I took it after I was on pain pills for years after an auto accident because I was told I would avoid withdrawals. And I guess I would have if I had kept taking it forever. But gross, no.

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Tomservo Says:
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Re: jeremy (# 8)

Don't know if this thread is still active but i have a question Jeremy. So i started taking the 8/2 strips for last 2 years or more and saw that i could get the generic white pill half moon at walgreens. They are 2 dollars less than the strips so my doc changed my script for me. This is day 2 and they're nothing like the strips. I had to take 3 of the pills today and still don't feel right. I've also tried the peach colored oval ones and those actually were better than the strips. Pretty much the opposite of what affects you. So you think i should give them some time or can i ask my pharmacist if i can get the oval ones? Just like you were saying, these people are nice to me and treat me with respect as i dont bother going all the time getting 7 at time. I usually fill 30 at a time and some months fill all 60 at once. Anyways, I was asking what you think? I know my doc will help and work with me but wondering if i could just deal with the pharmacist? Thank you.

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Hp385 Says:
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Re: Verwon (# 1)

I know this post is dated, but it helped me. I was on subutex before and was only able to take the white ones from Walgreens. Now I have been switched from the strips to the pills and have had problems with the orange. After reading this thread and getting mixed information, I called my local Walgreens and they carry Actavis. It seems that depending on where you live different pharmacies carry different brands. My local CVS carries the orange, for example. Simply call your pharmacy and explain your problem. They were very understanding as many people have problems with different brands of many different medications.

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Gregs vapez Says:
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Re: J (# 2)

NO, it has 8mgs of buprenorphine and 2 mgs of Naloxone.

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Age Says:
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Re: J (# 2)

Srips n pills have 2 seperate effects. N there's generic pills not generic strips.


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Gregs vapez Says:
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Re: Tomservo (# 48)

Did your pharmacy give you the discount you can get on the strips? I end up paying about 6 dollars a strip after the discount; you must purchase a minimum of 14 to get the discount. I am actually getting 14 for 8mg strips for $80 dollars.

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Gregs vapez Says:
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Re: Januaryraindrop (# 41)

In Florida subutex is very hard to get anywhere for some reason.. I used to save a ton of money but knobody carries them anymore

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Benladin Says:
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Re: Ash (# 4)

Sorry but Your wrong the strip doesn’t have a generic but the pill does. And there are several companies making it now the patent is up.

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Lea Says:
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My Walgreens gives me the white circle crescent moon actavis pills, but yesterday when I filled my prescription they gave me the orange hexagon shaped 8N M pills. I've never had problems with the white pills not sure how the orange pills will be for me. I was hoping someone else would have received this kind.

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VAbabi15 Says:
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Re: Lea (# 55)

The exact thing happened to me today! I usually go to Walgreens, and they give me the white tabs in the foil pod things, where u punch them out. But today, I got the orange 8N/M, stop signs. I was freaking out when I got home because I don’t know if these will be the same. I’m not hurting, so I hope they work the same ????

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Mz Says:
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Hey guys.. Here in Malaysia there is only suboxone 8mg/2mg- 8mg buprenorphine/2mg nalaxone. And the 2mg buprenorphine/0.5mg nalaxone. Strictly for registered addicts under going treatment for drug abuse. And methadone 5mg/mL in bright red liquid form. The same only for addicts. The price for suboxone 8 is about USD9. / pill and the 2mg about USD2.50. /pill. methadone is about USD4.50 for 30mL. And here there is no generics for suboxone only the hexagon shaped white sublingual tablet.. Just wanted to share Info... Take care guys..

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Dedra Says:
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I like cvs because I get the orange 8.2 mil .they have given me a couple different kinds the peach no good white ok but orange are for me. I wish they weren't generic but they are. My appinion.

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Common sense Says:
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Re: J (# 2)

Dude no....it’s 8mg bupe and 2 naloxone know ur stuff before u give out bad advice to ppl and they overdose or something...thx

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Marie Says:
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Re: Lea (# 55)

Really?? So crazy. I usually get the Amneal orange AN 415 ones but all the pharmacies in my area are out and say they cant seem to get those ones again for some reason AND the white Actavis ones too. We are getting the orange Sun pharma ones though with 970 on them. I wonder if my pharmacy is able to order the ones you are talking about. These Sun oranges are not very good at all in my opinion and not nearly close to the taste of the Amneals I would be open to trying the kind you are talking about though. Any idea who the manufacturer is of the ones you got?

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