Zubsolv Beginner

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JRD30 Says:
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Hi,
I just started taking zubsolv and I hardly feel any different. I have been taking opiates for years. I am not feeling horrible withdraws with subzolv but I don't feel normal, and I'm really craving a pill. However, I have been prescribed suboxone before and feel as though they work a lot better then zubsolv. Any advice/experiences/thoughts?



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Verwon Says:

What dosage does your doctor have you starting at?

The goal isn't to create a high, but rather to prevent withdrawal and cravings, but your dose might not be high enough for you.

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.



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Mrs fed the hell up Says:
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Can anyone tell me if you smoke, is there a waiting time before you dose? And zubsolv suck! I had to switch. Yep stuck with uhc ins. They make my life miserable! Someone should shut them down. Your dr doesn't treat you. United health care decides if you needed this shot or procedure. No not your dr that went thru med school. I hate them. Got it thru husbands employment. I've had them twice in five years and they just keep getting worse. I had to get off my lyrica! Go to neurontin. That was loads of fun too. Suboxone saved my life. Been clean 3 & 1/2 Yrs now. The dr's don't believe the zubsolv is making me this sick. It started with zubsolv. My ana diagnostics were positive and they think I have lupus. Got to do more evaluations. I'm telling you it's this zubsolv. I found a few sub strips and just took half.

I felt great. It helped me more than two zubsolv and I'm on the 8. Whatever mg which is the highest dose. I can no longer work. Been suffering since February this year. I've been disabled 16 Yrs now but could work part time. I've had 14 surgeries since I was 20. So yes I do suffer from pain. Got hooked on lortab soma klonopin. I shouldn't have been allowed to drive. Blew thru thousAnds. Got help nov 2012. Suboxone saved my life my marriage and most of all the love and respect of my children. There is a difference in these two meds. Idk what it is but I see I'm not the only one! The only thing I can think of is that I smoke and wait 20 mins before dosing. Should I wait longer since nicotine sticks to the same receptors in the brain as Suboxone. I'm at a loss. If I could sue United heal care I would. I fell asleep with a zubsolv in my mouth. Well yes I drooled and when I woke up hours later my face was blistered. Dr's think its auto immune disorders. I say it's this damn s***ty zubsolv. Can I get a hell yes!!

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Ashley Says:
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i feel exactly as your describing! This s××× is horribly useless! Suboxone strips are 100% more effective vs.this crap.i am sweating profusely, nauseas and craving hydrocodone badly at this point.

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CPS Says:
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I took 8 mg films 3 times a day for nearly 3 yes and nvr craved or withdrawled. Insurance stopped paying and now I'm taking 3 zubsolv 5.7 mg daily . Started taking yesterday and I'm still withdrawing off opiates. I'm sick to stomach. shaky. sweaty palms etc. They are not working. I've a already taken my full days amount. Wat is going on here?

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Nda24t Says:
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Re: Mrs fed the hell up (# 2)

It a the exact same 2 ingredients in the medicine. The pill smaller and tastes better. And in love it compared suboxone. But I do know people whonwkuld get sick from the batting taste of suboxone so I guess each lesson reacts different. I would try and give it another day or 2. The disease is less because the days the it is higher bioavailability so 5.7mg is same as 8mg in the strip.

Good luck

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