My Suboxone 8mg Strip Is Much Smaller Than Usual

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Princess Says:


i got my 8mg suboxone strips and they are about 3/4 of the size as usual. it looked almost like someone cut them in half. did i get the wrong meds???



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Verwon Says:

Where did you get them, from a pharmacy or treatment clinic?


Learn more Suboxone details here.

It's possible that they are just from a different manufacturer, since there is no defined size that they have to be, but checking with your prescribing source would get you an answer.

Is anyone else familiar with these?

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Princess Says:

from a clinic. i guess i could call them

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CHRISTA Says:
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I TAKE 12mg SUBOXONE STRIPS DAILY BUT MY LAST STRIPS "ARE SMALLER THAN USUAL" IAM WONDERING HOW I CAN FIND OUT WHY & WHO CAN I ASK TO FIND OUT!?!

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Cats68 Says:
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Hi Christa! I takie the 8 mg films and when I picked up last month, they were fine. I'm getting them next week, again. I will be certain 2 call the pharmacy if they r smaller. U can call the pharmacy and ask them, they would know. Let us know if u do, and what they say, please. Thank u!

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Rocco Says:
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I have been on suboxone 2/8mg for two years now and they started out as 1" strips now they're 15/16" long or the equivalent of 7/8". I have contacted an attorney about this and he is thinking of going ahead with litigation.

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