Roxane Buprenorphine

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Pattyh Says:


I had the same issue. I called CVS today and was told if i bring the paper script in, they will order the Roxanne 54 411 vs. the Mylans. There is a difference and I don't care what anyone says. Usually those who don't take the RX have the most advise. I don't know what is going on with ROXANNE BUP., but I bet its about money. The pharmacies give addicts crap cuz who cares....Stand up and order the Roxanes and tell them the other ones don't work!



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VerFree Says:

It is known that the inactive ingredients do affect some people, and can cause side effect issues. Science Translational Medicine, publishers of Science magazine, published an article on this on March 13, 2019. This article mainly covers the experience of adverse reactions, which in turn, could make it seem a medication isn't working as it should.

Thus, not all products from generic manufacturers work the same for everyone that tries them.

I've experienced it myself, I have a diuretic that I have to keep on hand, in case of emergency, since I experienced congestive heart failure almost 9 years ago, and there is one manufacturer's product that I cannot take, at all, it causes me severe stomach pain, heartburn, and GERD.

Thus yes, you may need to alert your pharmacy that there are certain ones that don't work for you.

Have you received the new ones, yet?

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