White Round Pill D On One Side And 155 Other

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Tweek Says:
Suboxone aka buprenorphine. Opiate blocker used to treat opioid dependency.

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David Says:
Just to confirm, a white round pill imprinted with D 155 is identified as 'generic' Buprenorphine hydrochloride 8 mg (base) + Naloxone hydrochloride 2 mg (base).

Manufacturer: Actavis Elizabeth LLC

Depending on the application form, buprenorphine is indicated for the treatment of moderate to severe chronic pain, opioid dependency (as Tweek stated above), and for peri-operative analgesia.

You can learn more about this drug on the page for Suboxone Details

I hope this helps anyone who may still be trying to ID this pill!

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Trisha Says:
For those who find this post. the "D" is not actually a "D" but it is a crescent moon which is the logo of the company. So if you call the pharmacy asking about a "D", they cannot find it. It is a crescent moon on one side and 155 on the other and yes, it is the brand new generic which was approved by the FDA on March 3rd of this year. They are already hitting the streets and people are highly suspicious of them. They are legit!

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Jose Says:
I've been on suboxone for almost 6 years, just the other day on 3/16/13 the pharm gave me these generic subs that are white and read 155 on them. This is the first time since I started taking them almost 6 years ago that I wasn't given the orange N8 pill. These don't taste that great an have no line to split them evenly. I've tried the tabs that come in their own package but myself an many others believe they don't last as long...time will tell about these 155's , but at least these are cheaper since their generics.

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grant2013 Says:
so these are infact 8mg suboxone not subutex i can not find out any info online but i got them from someone, they actually feel a little stronger, the strips make me sick

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katie Says:
should i let the subutex (white round pill 155 crescent moon imprint) melt under my tongue or in my mouth like i would a orange pill suboxone? Please answer me somebody

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James Says:
My insurance just made me get on the new generic subs(white pills w/the half moon) and after 7years off and on w/suboxone maint.(2years sober now) I can't say that these newer subs are working. Is anyone else a little sick after taking them? Like they don't seem to work to well? I just wish they would let me go back to the original suboxone

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christina Says:
just got the generic suboxones today and pharmacy didnt specify if these were taken sublingually like the orange ones,can someone please let me know how to take the new "generic" suboxones

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Ashley Says:
yes u let them dissolve under tongue as you would a regular suboxone, i think these new generic ones are actually stronger than the original.

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christina Says:
thank u ashley for replying to my question,i read somewhere else that they had to be taken orally and that they didnt work as well or that they even made some people very sick.....thank u once again

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Kristy Ann Says:
these are not subutex they are suboxen, but made by a new company and are generic. not having the lines to break them sucks because most people are not taking a whole pill at one time. i am down to a quarter of a quarter once day and these do not want to break.

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Douglas Says:
These are simply the generic stop signs guys, 8mg bup / 2mg naloxone. YOU DO NOT SWALLOW ANY BUP its 10% bioava. thru your stomach. you must disolve them under tongue like normal. or in my case i blow the tabs and they seem to hit me quicker, and last longer. i save way more blowing them and dont have to buy them all the time like i do with the strips. hope this helps. i thiink these may be stronger than normal stop signs

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James Says:
I have confirmed that these little white pills with a crescent moon(looks like a D) on one side and 155 on the other ARE indeed subs. They are generic form of reg. orange 8mg. subs. Use these the same way. let dissolve under the tongue. Some say there better, some say there not as good. They are the same as originals. Its all in your head people. Just a cheaper way to get subs. Which most people are happy about. I hope this helps out.

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gamehater Says:
I agree there are not helping... been sick since yesterday. why oh' why do they mess w/ everything?

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Donkey Kong Jr Says:
Yes, but that is generic Suboxone, not Subutex. Trust me on that one.

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Dan Says:
Just started on the new D 155 tabs today and not yet have much to say as far as how well they work do to being in trial period. I can say when I took my 1st quarter of one it did seem as though there was a bit more of a kick to them compared to the Orange originals but every following dose was not unlike that of the orange ones. I am only into my 3rd dose.

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Dan Says:
I just wanted to agree, they are as good as you say in every way. I have been doing them that way for over a year. The only draw back to it is if you stop ingesting them that way or stop taking sub all together in most cases it causes your nose to be constantly stuffy. Kind of like when you stop using nasal sprays.

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Sam Says:
Not true a generic does not have to have the same amount of the medication as the original,there are goverment laws that state that the generic can't have anymore med than the original and can't be no less than whatever there guidelines are,but yes it can actually have a little less in the generic

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Joel Says:
I have the Amneal round orange generic suboxone tablets, and was wondering if the new Actavis round white suboxone tablets taste. Do they taste as orangy and terribly as the brand name or the Amneal or are they more bitter (like without much flavoring)?

Thanks for anyone who can answer.

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rich Says:
What is the manufacturing brand of those new sub u are taking I'm trti g to get them from the pharmacy but I do not know that manufacturing name I can not stand the taste of the subutex

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