Substitute Of Qudict

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RITU Says:


What is a substitute of Qudict?



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aman Says:

There is a tablet name ADDNOK-N of rusan pharma of same combination to qudict. Or u can try gabatine 300mg capsule 1morning, 1afternoon and 1 at night. This has helped me for substitute to qudict tablet. Or u can take tramadol oral disepersible 50mg tablet 4 times a day with a gap of minimum 5hours. Plz consult your doctor before taking the above mentioned medicine.


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Verwon Says:

Qudict contains the active ingredients Buprenorphine and Naloxone and I am not sure what other medications are on the market where you are that contain this. Have you tried asking a pharmacist?

In the U.S., it is available under the brand name Suboxone:

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Suboxone/­

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Hussain Says:

I wanted to buy a substitute for qudict tablets or ADDNOK-N of rusan pharma. Can I try tramadol 50mg tablets or Suboxone? Will it be possible to get the above mentioned tabs at a pharmacy in the Maldives?

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udit Says:

i am taking buprocare-n dat has same contents as qudict , tramadol 50 mg is also der i used to take it but had no effect on me being a heroin addict if u are takin des for d purpose of pain killer den u can take trammy but its very dfclt for me to get buprocare-n in mumbai as m in rehab i have to buy it from my psychiatrists clinic can u lemme knw how can i get qudict in mumbai

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nitin Says:

buprocare-n & QUDICT are same.
same salt & same result.

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manjeet Says:
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Can I get buprocare medicine easily at medical stores?

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MAHAVEER PRASAD JAIN Says:
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Does anyone know where i can get Qudict?

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Ravi Says:
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In my opinion, the only substitute and solution for your disease is dhua and regular praying, trust Allah SW and keep faith in Allah SW, follow as he asked and how Muhammed SAW had guided us. Definitely Allah SW will help for those who ask and make dhua. It's 100% effective.

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