White Round Pill D On One Side And 155 Other (Page 2)

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

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Joel Says:
There are TWO NEW generic suboxone manufacturers.

1. Amneal (Orange Colored Pill, Round) Imprint: AN 415

2. Actavis (White Colored Pill, Round) Imprint: Crescent Moon 155

It seems like walgreens and CVS have these both in stock.

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johnny v Says:
I am not on suboxone but i am trying to use them with my wife to self detox. I dont know what they are but i can tell you that i took a half of the white one two days ago at ten am and i tried to get high at 8 pm and it didnt work. So i think that they are regular sobos. I also injected them and they did the same thing that regular sobos do which is make you sick for a half hour and then make u better.

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Ok, I have been on suboxone for 4 years, both n8 pills and strips. These new generics seem neither stronger or weaker. For those of you who cannot break them evenly, I am sure most of you smoke so take a bic lighter, hold the pill against the rounded side of the lighter and push both sides of the pill. It will snap right in half (old dilaudid trick) it takes a little experimenting to get an exact break but you will get the hang of it. Or ifyouprefer, every pharmacy in America sells pill splitters. Hope this helps

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Joel Says:
Suboxone and Subutex produce identical effects, naloxone which is what everyone thinks is the reason they can't get high on suboxone. The fact is that, if you have been clean off of full agonist and other opiates, and are using just buprenorphine, suboxone and subutex feel exactly the same. If you aren't taking your recovery seriously and still messing with other drugs, then you will get Precipitated Withdrawal from BOTH suboxone AND Subutex, because buprenorphine is what throws you into withdrawal when you still have active opiate receptor binding with an opiate other than buprenorphine.

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Deliciousmama Says:
yes you still use them the same way as the orange tabet

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Frankie Says:
Wrong subutex does not contain a blocker , and r useless to the people that actually want to do better..because you can sill get high later that day without having any problems doing so...suboxone on the other that contains the blocker will not allow you to feel the affects of getting high unless your a couple days off of them... depending on how much and long you been on them... Suboxone is a great drug to the normal working person that doesn't want to take pain meds anymore ...that been on these pain meds that doctors hand out like candy...and yes a lot of it is in your head try taking a quarter every other day and knowing you have them in the cabinet will help you mentally...try it it worked for me after being on all kinds of pain meds for ten years i think this us the best drug to for people who want change just a small piece a day or every other does the trick both mentally and physically

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MoMmAbEaR Says:
You are absolutly correct in the beginning of my recovery I did subutex and oxys with suboxone u can't noxalone is only to stop IV use and it does make u sick with other pills I have been on subutex for 2 yrs with nothing else my back was broke in 5 places my foot was cut off and reattached and leg broken on opposite side told I would never walk with hard work I did and anyone who says subutex don't work for pain there lying it takes all my pain away with 2 1/2 pills daily.happy searching

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mj34 Says:
My god. I am having major issues with these Actavis Subs. Not having the same effect whatsoever and are in fact making me ill. I am 100% convinced that these pills are not up to par. I hope something gets done about it. So disappointing.

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subby122 Says:
I'm having panic attacks over this!!! I've tried EVERYTHING, in the bup. category, & the only ones that don't make me so sick is the orange N8's & I have no choice but 2 switch 2 these new generic white ones, just released (D looking but it's a symbol 4 the company on 1 side & 155-I believe-on the other side-Round) & the way u mentioned is the ONLY thing that help's @ all!! Please any info. u might have on this wld help so much, I'm 2 the point where I have 2 switch in the next day or so, so I'm freaking out!! I've been searching 4 over 8 days now & this blog is the only thing I have found even SOMEWHAT USEFUL!!!! Thanks 4 sharing, it really helps others out there b/c u know the insurance & drug companies will say whatever they think u want 2 hear 2 make $$!!!!!

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jeremy Says:
I find that strange because I prefer them.to the suboxone tablets. They come on faster stronger and last longer. They also taste better and dissolve quicker. I am on the 2mg tablets.

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Jonathan Says:
Try rite aid I am still using the original suboxone tabs 8 mg they are still able to order and dispense them have your pharmacist try to order them. I am with you on this. I am fearful of trying the new generics and the film doesn't work as well as the tabs good luck email me with any further questions.

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lucy Says:
Me my self believe the new subs are stronger at first but dont last as long. And if u dont b carful they smash easier in ur fingwra. I like the othera better also bur i guess like u said time will twll.

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subby122 Says:
I do not like them nearly as much as the N8 Oranges but they are def. better than the strips 4 that!! They crumble apart, burn, taste like an aspirin...just not a fan of em' but they do work....just need more!!

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jeremy Says:
The white generics are awesome. They take effect faster, last longer, are stronger
Don't know bout the orange generics cuz I havnt tried the. Would be interesting to hear opinions from people who havr tried and compared both.
Actavis whites flavor is much better.

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cha cha Says:
i have the white ones with 155 and a moon on em and they have almost NO taste, kinda wierd cuz you can't tell if they sub is there or not LOL. I don't like em, feel like they don't work as well. made me have cramps and feel like i was in withdrawal... hopefully next dose is better

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J Says:
I have taken the strips for 2 years now and they weren't doing much for me anymore so I found out about the new white pills with the moon and 155 on them and I love them they last a lot longer not as good as the old Orange ones but at least they don't have that horrible taste. If they would only break like the old ones they would be perfect.

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Stavros Says:
I just got the generics for the first time and I do feel they are stronger and last just as long as the orange ones. Also I not get nausea from these new ones.

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Ricky Says:
They taste orangy like the brand name.

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subby122 Says:
*UPDATE* From my earlier post......These new ones are decent, defiantly better than I had anticipated!! It does take a little more 2 achieve the "Normal" Feeling though. It's been a week now and it's ok, I don't notice a BETTER or QUICKER effect from them, it's def. better than migraines and getting sick from those horrid strips!!!!! Hope this helps someone out there!! GOOD LUCK ALL!!

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