White Round Pill With N8 On One Side And An Arrow On The Other

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Lindry Says:
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Please help. I found this and don't know what it is? The pill is white, round and has an arrow looking thing on one side and N8 on the other. I need to know as quickly as possible please.

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Lindry! How are you?

This tablet is manufactured by Hi-Tech Pharma and they list it as being an 8/2mg generic for Suboxone (Buprenorphine 8 mg / Naloxone 2 mg - NDC 50383-287).

The FDA classifies this medication as an opiate that is most commonly used to treat drug addiction, so it carries the risk of being habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth and constipation.

Inactive Ingredients:

- Lactose Monohydrate
- Mannitol
- Starch, Corn
- Povidone K30
- Water
- Anhydrous Citric Acid
- Sodium Citrate
- Sodium Stearyl Fumarate
- Acesulfame Potassium

Ref: DailyMed

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clyde Says:
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I've been on suboxen for a while now and when i picked up my script today, they were these new generic N8's which replaced the round orange AN415's.I get them from the VA
and i hope they're equivalent in effect when i try them tomorrow.Google N8 and they come right up.

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Breezy Says:
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What is a N8 white pill with a m on the back of it?

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Jesse Says:
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Hey Im curious do they have the same effect? I was prescribed the same orange ones you mentioned and switched to these white ones n8 . I have been constantly urinating like a withdrawal.

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Ted Says:

I too was switched from the AN415 to these N8's. Been about 3 weeks now and I'm not sure if I like them or not. I feel as if they may wear off sooner and I could take more versus the orange ones I had. I really wish I could have stayed with the others. I may post a review in a month or two again to know what I really think of them. They work just fine the moment I take them but I'm not sure they are lasting the desired length of time they should. I can't find much info on the net about these as far as reviews ago

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Tiff Says:
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Yes I have to say pink ones or orange are better and cleaner. The active ingredients are different with generic and the pink. The naloxone is in the pink, hydrochloride in the generic. I feel different. I don't like them. Wasn't taking them to feel high. I take a very small amount, but my eyes feel sunk in or something.

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Chelsea Says:
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Hey there. Wondering where abouts that you are located?

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SonnyD75 Says:
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Suboxone 8 mg 2 mg naloxone it's used for opiate addiction

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Allie Says:
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What's the difference between the orange strip and the pill N8 white with arrow on the back?

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Bad Company Says:
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They make me sick to my stomach and they don't work as good as the orange ones

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Tigerlily Says:

The white round suboxone N8 (with arrow) are extremely hard for me to get to dissolve. The strips dissolve in less than 5 minutes. After 5 minutes with the other one under my tongue, half the pill is left and the other half sits under there in a big pile of goo! Any suggestions?

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Damagia Says:
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It's not supposed to be dissolved. Yuck. Just take it

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Missy Says:
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I was taking the light orange ones they worked get. My daughter picked up my script this month and didn't check before walking out. So I'm stuck with these white arrow and I have to say they wear off quicker. And just don't seem to help my pain like the others do. I still having a lot of break thru pain. Very disappointed.

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Wink Says:
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Re: clyde (# 2)

Hey bud you still go to the va I would love to hear your story

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April Says:
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Re: Tigerlily (# 11)

That's what I received instead of the strips. But I'm not sure if they have the full effect. Are these ones known to have a better effect? They say to leave it under your tongue to dissolve then not to drink nothing for 30mins?? I'm confused on what to do && if they are good? Someone please help me lol

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JrsMommy Says:
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Hi everyone my name is Rosa and I'm 29 yrs old I was in a severe life threatening rollover and ejected from passenger side of a car accident and since it took me months and years to get to where I'm today where I take Suboxone to help with my pain. I've struggled with opiates before my accident and since my accident I've broken many bones had many surgery's including back surgery and because I've had a prior addiction to opiates it was hard finding a medication that I could afford that would also work for my pain management and now I'm on the Suboxone. I totally agree when it comes to the orange stop sign one's or the an 415 they have been more successful for me as in working longer and getting the full effect of this medication. I don't like switching back and forth and since my pharmacist is someone I've been going to for years he always gives me the oranges which is very nice of them but I've taken the white n8 and white half Moon ones and always felt like a withdrawal feeling and everyone I spoke to about this said it was all in my mind but I'm glad to have read your mssg s and glad to know I'm not alone but I do know when I took the strips I would always end up with a rebound headache that would last til the next day so it's better to stay with one kind and listen to ur gut feeling because u know ur body better than others do.

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Bfield Says:
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Re: Damagia (# 12)

It says sublingual though doesn't that mean to disolve under tounge

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John Says:
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Re: Bfield (# 17)

Yes. You put it under your Tongue. The longer you keep it under your tongue the better it works. I take half a pill, put it under my tongue and keep it there for as long as possible. Try not to talk or swallow the juice from the pill until you absolutely have to. I’ve learned if you take half and keep it under your tongue for 30 to 45 minutes it works just as well as taking a whole one. Trust me you will get way more out of it.

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Butterfly 3 Says:
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Re: Damagia (# 12)

Yes they are supposed to be dissolved. My bottle says dissolve 2 under your tongue daily

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dfsgd Says:

Re: Damagia (# 12)

Wow, that's f***ing incorrect dude, they need to be dissolved. You can't just take it.

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