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New Subutex laws
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I went to see my doctor this week and he told me that the FDA and the DEA had passed a new law for prescribing Subutex. As of July 1st 2015 Subutex can only be given to pregnant woman or to someone with documentation saying they can't take Suboxone. If you don't have that you will be put on Suboxone. ## They Are Both the same thing. Better yet, stop doing narcotics, get off opiates completely. Do you focus on school and work as much as you do opiates being controlled By the DEA??? ## Jim, not that it's any of your business, but yes I do focus on my career now that I'm off the opiates and taking subutex. I received my B.S. in molecular biology and am currently completely my 2nd year of medical school. So now that you know a little about me, what about you? Since I'm s...
Updated 3 hours ago.
need a pain specialist not an addiction who can prescribe subutex bupenorphine for my chronic boulder county co
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I've changed healthcare plans (I receive disability because of chronic degenerative disc disease and spinal arthritis, both of which cause chronic pain). I need to find a PAIN SPECIALIST, not an addiction clinic, who will continue my 12mg/day buprenorphine prescription as well as give me botox IV's in my neck for muscle spasms (caused by 5 fusions that have forced my cervical spine straight). When I search the web for physicians in Boulder County, CO, who can prescribe buprenorphine, all of the listings are for addiction specialists and clinics! What is this mindset among physicians that all patients who need buprenorphine prescriptions are drug addicts? Is there a directory on the manufacturer's site that provides the names of ALL physicians who can prescribe buprenorphine?...
Updated 1 day ago.
Haven’t taken subutex for 30 hrs is it safe to take Percocet
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I’ve been on subutex for 8 years I sick of it , it has made me start taking Xanax for 2 yrs because I feel so anxious! I want to stop all of it I do t leave the house anymore , I have been in hospital 6 times for pancreatitis and was on delaudid drip and a shot every 3 hrs . I’m hurting an need to switch again but want to try to stay off the subutex I’m sick of taking it ! It’s been 30 hrs since 4 mg that’s all I take for 2 yrs , When I take something for pain I don’t use the Xanax barely, please do I wait longer i don’t know what to do , im tired of medications period!!! Please someone tell me , will I get sick , I can’t remember from 2 yrs ago in the hospital I know when I went to the er they gave me a shot thru iv of delauded but I felt fi
Updated 2 days ago.
White Round Pill 54 411 how to take
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How do u take a subutex? Is it the same as taking as taking a subuxone? ## This is an 8mg sublingual tablet and yes, they are used in very similar ways to treat the same things, except Subutex eliminates the Naloxone that can throw someone into withdrawals from taking it too soon. Learn more Subutex details here. Since it is also an opiate narcotic, it does have the potential to be habit forming and it may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness and constipation. Are there any other questions or comments? Does anyone else have any advice to add? ## Hi katiy, I haven't found any prescribing information, but a recent review from another Subutex user was stating that "the pamphlet says to just let the tablet dissolve under your tongue, and to not swallow the table...
Updated 2 days ago.
Subutex after opiates
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How long do I have to wait to take subutex after opiates, as i've heard you will withdrawal if you still have opiates in your system? ## That is correct, you must be in full withdrawal, before you take this medication, otherwise it can throw you into dangerous precipitated withdrawals. The FDA classifies this medication as an opiate that is most commonly used to treat drug addiction, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. Is there anything else I can help with? ## I took a 4 mg Hydromorphone at 8 pm last night. It's currently 12:15 am for me. Can I take a piece of a subutex right now? ## I'm in the hospital on MS Contin 15mg for 3 days. I wanted more relief so I have a subutex...
Updated 2 days ago.
54 411 subutex for H withdrawals
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I'm trying to stop using H and I have the 54 411, round, white, subutex pills. Do I have to wait 24 hours from my last usage to take one or can I take it right away? I don't want to get withdrawal symptoms from taking it too soon. But I don't want to wait 24 hours because I start feeling sick much sooner than that. ## Hello, Timetoquit! How are you? This is an 8mg sublingual Buprenorphine tablet, a generic for Subutex and since this does not contain the Naloxone that is used in Suboxone to neutralize other opiates, you do not have to be in full withdrawal to start this one, it shouldn't throw you into precipitated withdrawals. Thus, you should take it according to your doctor's instructions. This is a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming an...
Updated 2 days ago.
54_411 vs M 924
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I've been on Subs for a while and i just received the Mylan 924 for the first time... I've been with Roxanne 54_411 for some time now... Does anyone have an opinion as far as which manufacturer is better. Or what's your opinion personally? ## Hi Strawz, Although I haven't taken Subutex (buprenorphine), I did want to offer an outsider's opinion when it comes to switching tablets or manufacturers in general. The truth of the matter is that each tablet can affect each person differently, which would in essence render any feedback null as there's no way to determine if you will experience the same benefits or side effects as someone else, until you take it and know for yourself. I think this is largely due to the seemingly ever-changing list of inactive ingredients (...
Updated 2 days ago.
how long after taking a subutex can you use opiate
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I been taking subutex the M924s 8mgs for 3 days now, but havent took any in a day and a half I don't feel too bad, but I only took them for 3 days. I was taking oxy 80s for a week before that and only reason I took the subs was because I didn't want to be sick. I it safe for me to take a opiate again? I do concrete and am feeling pain! Please let me know
Updated 4 days ago.
Subutex Wax Squares Images
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would like to see some images of the subutex 'wax square' tablets.(clear purple in color) *want to see the markings... if some have just the one line down the middle verses the line down AND across.( + ) ## Unfortunately, after trying several searches I haven't been able to locate a match in any of the U.S. prescription drug databases, nor any related possibilities on google. If you are certain that this is Subutex, then it's very likely that these pills could either be manufactured outside of the U.S. or that it is a fake (not in the sense that they don't contain the said ingredients or work as intended, but the pills could be manufactured from some unknown company). Until I find a square purple pill online that is regarded as being Subutex, I have yet to think othe...
Updated 5 days ago.
orange subutex 153 half moon
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I use these and they work great. I was on the roxanna pharma ones that were circular in size and these orange ones work way better. Wish I had been on them from the start. ## I just got those oblong orange ones today with Half moon - bottle says its subutex has anyone had these are they better than the white ones ? I don't know do I take them the same ? ## Are these new orange subutex time released? ## Can you please post a picture if you can. Thanks! ## @post #1, Reviews from the following discussion thread do "suggest" that it works better than the white ones as well as the strips: Discuss/orange-subutex-153-half-moon-286803.htm @post #2, No, these one's are not time-released... they are sublingual though. @post #3, Navigating google, I wasn't able to locate any im...
Updated 5 days ago.
Subutex Doctor needed in Indianapolis area
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Hello, my husband is a chronic addict, When saying that I mean he will do anything and he will do any amount at anytime and he doesnt care. He has been doing very well though here lately hes held a job for a few years, staying out of jail and he started a treatment program about 40 miles from where we live and he was taking the drug Subutex there. The issue with that is he had to go there everyday to get the dose. If you think about it, how can anyone do that and hold a job or afford to live right doing that, so hes been on 24mg a day and now hes not going there and we need to find a reasonably priced doctor that he can see to get the prescription for this medication and get it monthly. We do not have insurance so that is also a factor alot of doctors in the treatment list wont help if ...
Updated 5 days ago.
orange subutex why don't they feel the same as the 54/11s to
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I just got my first orange subutex 153 / half moon oval and I've taken them the same way as the 54/11sthat I have always had for a year now but I had to go to a different pharmacy cause mine was out and for to long for me so I went to Walgreens and these r wat they had,,so far these r alright but doesn't for some reason work fully like the 54/11s iam used toand I don't understand why cause they r 100%the same just different manufacturer the pharmacist even told me there really is no difference between them but did manufacturer can anyone tell my why my system I feel like they don't work the same plz lmk thanxz? ## Hello, Tweet! How are you? Actually, under the Hatch-Waxman Act of 1984, generics are allowed to differ from the name brand, in the amount of the active ingred...
Updated 7 days ago.
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I have been on subutex for 9 months now. But i have a very big problem next month k mart pharmacy will no longer carry subutex. I live in the tri cities in tn. I have called about 35 pharmacies around they either do not take new people getting subutex or do not carry it at all. I have no insurance i found 1 that cost 340 which is way more than the 215 i paid at k mart. Also some pharmacies I know only carry the small ones which to me do not work as good as the bigger ones. Huge difference i go back the 8th next month so if there is anyone that knows of a good pharmacy in my area your help would be greatly appreciated ## Hello, Scott! How are you? I'm sorry about the problem you're having. However, if you've called the pharmacies, then you've likely not actually received ...
Updated 8 days ago.
Need Dr. to Prescribe Subutex-Naloxone Allergy
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I am seeking help. I am from the Winston-Salem area of North Carolina. I am an addict of 18 years. It is time to quit. I have friends who have left the addiction circle. They have successfully taken buprenorphine. Here is my problem. I am severely allergic to the blocker in suboxone - naloxone. It is not an option for me. I have a dear friend who gave me her remaining subutex tablets. She tapered off and is clean and doing well now. I have been clean for 1 week which is a PHENOMENAL accomplishment for me! I am afraid of what will happen if I cannot find a doctor who will prescribe the subutex. Please, will someone out there lead me in the direction of a Physician/MD/Doctor that will write me Subutex? I have called so many places. I have tried, and other directorie...
Updated 8 days ago.
subutex doctors in alabama
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Does anyone know??? I need help? ## Hello, Bev! How are you? They do have a search engine that you can use to check for doctors in your area. You can find it at click here. It allows you to search by zip code and will provide the doctor's contact information, so you can call them to see if they have patient openings. The FDA classifies this medication as an opiate that is most commonly used to treat drug addiction, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. Is there anything else I can help with? ## I'm sorry, I should've added that it would be the same doctors, they can usually prescribe Subutex or Suboxone. However, you should be aware that unless you're pregnan...
Updated 8 days ago.
new orange subutex 153 half moon
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Can say from experience these new 153 are no good...I cant say it more clearly,They suck!! If you depend on relief from your daily dose of subutex like i do, then be ready for a major LET DOWN ## Soooooooooooo True. I don't know what to do I hate these. ## Yea I think they suck, white ones so much better ## I just got these too and I am experiencing the same thing! Someone please help! ## Horrible, i feel like they giving me sugar pills, seriously feel like they're not 8mg. I have cold turkey detoxed before and i really feel like im withdrawing slowly over this month that ive had them. ## Sorry to hear about everyone's experience with these tablets... Reading all these reviews, including many on other related threads here, it almost seems to me as if the manufacturer (Actavi...
Updated 9 days ago.
Generic subutex/buprenorphine. Ranking from best to worst..
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This is for people who actually take Subutex for the intended purpose for which it is used. So if you actually take the medication sublingually, this thread will help you. I have been taking buprenorphine for three and a half years now. This is what I have found: (8mg) Best: Avtavis 153/half moon (orange) Middle: Roxanne 54/411 (white) Worst: Hi-Tech 8/arrow Again, this is for people who take medication as prescribed. You can actually break the medication in half and put it and the front of your lip like dip & chewing tobacco. It will take longer for it to dissolve like this but you will get much much more of the bupe. ## Does keeping the leftover saliva\bupe mixture under your toung for longer periods help at all? I try not to swallow the bupe-liva for 30 min.+...but it's a pai...
Updated 11 days ago.
Subutex and opioids
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My friend took a subutex at 6:30 this morning after not touching opioids since 5pm the night before. She had only been taking a small amount recently (so I'm told) but for a long period of time. After an hour she began to get the chills and sweats but nothing else like that full blown WD that is completely unbearable. Anyway worried about working in a few hours she had relapsed about an hour after the Tex.. I told her if the first one didn't help to wait an hour and take another; obviously she didn't listen so now what? Do we let the opioids run through their course then give her another Tex? Or just give her the Tex now that it's been almost 2 hrs? If not, how long till she can have another and is it the opioids making her worse? I thought that these would block just li...
Updated 14 days ago.
Subutex 153 halfmoon orange pills
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I want to start taking subutex 153 orange half moon shape pill in morning when I wake up. I took my last dose of opiates around 8 pm. Will I go into withdrawal? I am very scared that I will. I have done it before with suboxone and thought I was dying and it's something I never want to experience ever again. ## Hello, Lisa! How are you? Unless your doctor has instructed you otherwise, you need to be in full withdrawal, before you take Suboxone, otherwise it may throw you into dangerous precipitated withdrawals, again. The FDA classifies this medication as an opiate that is most commonly used to treat drug addiction, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. Is there anything else I can he...
Updated 15 days ago.
dr to prescribe subutex in indiana
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My Dr went out of business. He had been prescribing me subutex for 2 years, and the Dr I transferred to him from had been prescribing me subutex for a year before that. I don't have insurance so my dad helps me with the cost & the subutex are the cheapest to get filled. I desperately need to find a new dr that will prescibe me subutex. Please help. Im out of medication ## There is a doctor in arcadia Indiana who will definitely give you subutex. His name is Glenn leer look him up. It's $225 for the first week $85 for the next 3 weeks then $140 for the next two weeks x2 then $140 a month after that. ## Did you find you a dr? If not respond back i can prob help you out. ## I just got a new dr and he is awesome, he understands addiction and everything its really great to have a...
Updated 19 days ago.

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