Zubsolv Reviews

416 Replies Updated

Conversation Starter

zicky Says:

Has anyone tried it?

Showing Replies 1 - 20 of 416 RSS Feed

Page of 21    Next Page     Sorted By:
Oldtimer Says:
via mobile

Ya, I got it yesterday. I'm not really digging it. I have taken both suboxone 8mg tabs, and strips. This does not seem to be near as strong to me. Its only been a day so maybe it will get better. But, its suppose to be great for takin effect quicker? And it burns the shiznikks out of my mouth!

Was this helpful?     15     37  
Philip Says:

tried it yesterday, really good in my opinion a big step forward, easy to use and you get rid of the hideous aftertaste. Haven't noticed any difference in strength.

Was this helpful?     44     6  
JustinBe Says:
via mobile

Much, much, much better taste and really fast dissolve time - I really can recommend Zubsolv!!

Was this helpful?     37     8  
Jenna Says:


Based on my research, Zubsolv is a medication that contains the active ingredients Buprenorphine + Naloxone. This medication is intended for the treatment of Opioid dependance.

Buprenorphine is a semi-synthetic opioid that is used to treat opioid addiction in higher dosages, to control moderate acute pain in non-opioid-tolerant individuals in lower dosages, and to control moderate chronic pain.

Common adverse drug reactions associated with the use of buprenorphine are similar to those of other opioids and include:

Nausea and vomiting, drowsiness, dizziness, headache, memory loss, cognitive and neural inhibition, perspiration, itchiness, dry mouth, miosis, orthostatic hypotension, male ejaculatory difficulty, decreased libido, and urinary retention.

Naloxone is an opioid antagonist medication developed by Sankyo in the 1960s. It is used to counter the effects of opiate overdose, but is also specifically used to counteract life-threatening depression of the central nervous system and respiratory system.

Possible side effects include:

Change in mood, increased sweating, nausea, nervousness, restlessness, trembling, vomiting, allergic reactions such as rash or swelling, dizziness, fainting, fast or irregular pulse, flushing, headache, heart rhythm changes, seizures, sudden chest pain.

Naloxone has been shown to block the action of pain-lowering endorphins which the body produces naturally. The likely reason for this is that these endorphins operate on the same opioid receptors that naloxone blocks.

You can learn more about this drug on the page for Buprenorphine + Naloxone Details

I hope this information helps, please post back if you have any questions!

Was this helpful?     21     15  
JustinBe Says:
via mobile

Orexo is committed to advance the treatment for patients suffering from opioid dependence. Zubsolv was specifically designed to address many of the unmet needs expressed by patients being treated for opioid dependence,” said Robert DeLuca, R.Ph., President, Orexo U.S. “In an open-label, crossover study in 28 subjects, we found that ninety-six percent preferred the menthol taste of Zubsolv over the most commonly prescribed formulation of buprenorphine/naloxone.”

Was this helpful?     19     8  
Sam Says:
via mobile

I tried also. Not as potent. Did feel a burn in my mouth that was previously referenced. I thought this was supposed to be better? Is anyone else having the same experience.

Was this helpful?     22     36  
JJ Says:

Yeah, this stuff SUCKS. I just got switched (from 1 8/2mg Sub film a day) to 5.7/1.4mg Zubsolv. I cannot tell that any bupe whatsoever was in the pill.
I feel lousy every morning until i took my film (I take half when I wake and the other half on my lunch break, so 1/2 a film makes me feel 100% better/normal).
I took half the pill, waited 45 mins.....nothing (film takes 5-10 mins tops).
Took the other half and four hours later still nothing. Nothing.
Called my doc and was immediately switched back.
The savings are NOT worth it guys...

Was this helpful?     39     48  
Heather Says:

Just switched yesterday from suboxone films to this new zubsolv and I love it. The suboxone made me nauseated every morning when I had to take it. I dreaded it; now I don’t mind taking it at all. Also I have noticed no changes at all. I will never go back. But it’s only been 48 hours so that could change but so far I am so thankful for this new med. instead of $800/month it’s $700/month. Big savings if we are thinking long term. Now this is only cheaper because of a $75 off coupon for cash payers. This coupon could expire and not be refurbished at any time, however for now this is helpful. Good luck to everyone. And I will say I have not looked back and I have been ten months without a single pill and I used so much every day. I was very dependent. I hope I never go back.

Was this helpful?     34     9  

susie78 Says:

Hey all... just wanted to let anyone that is on the zubsolv that you can use the $75 discount card up to 6 times per script. I thought my Dr. was crazy when he told me that. You will have to break your script up, for 12 pills it would have been $85 but with the card it only cost $10. That was only four days worth for me so I went back to CVS 4 days later and had them do another 12 and it was only $10 again with the coupon. Make sure to tell the pharmacist every time or they won't run it. I had to explain it to mine both times so far but it has worked. If my Dr. hadn't told me to break it up the pharmacy wouldn't have known. He told me to get $75 at a time but I just go ahead and get a full 4 days worth. Good luck to everyone!

Was this helpful?     23     7  
susie78 Says:

I am on them as of right now 4-5 days. I was on subutex b/c suboxone caused me severe headaches (my Dr. says its illegal to write for subutex now which is the same thing he told me when the strips first came out. But what can you do?) I haven't experienced any horrible side effects from them as of yet. The only thing I have found that I really don't like is the menthol flavor. I hate menthol, but if you don't mind that then you might give them a try. They dissolve within about 30-60 seconds so that helps a lot. You don't have to sit waiting forever for it to dissolve.

Was this helpful?     18     3  
LBaxter Says:

Hi Heather, I’m glad to hear that your experience with ZUBSOLV has been positive so far. I am an expert in addiction medicine and internal medicine, and I work with Orexo.

Do you know about Orexo’s RISE program? Orexo, the maker of ZUBSOLV (buprenorphine and naloxone) sublingual tablet (CIII), has launched this 24/7, real-time support program developed with the help of people with opioid dependence to meet the real-world needs of patients and their support team. The program:

- Provides continuous access to information and resources throughout the recovery process

- Offers customization based on patient needs

- Is mobile-enabled for access anywhere, anytime

- Facilitates 2-way communication between the patient and his or her doctor

If you choose to use it as part of your program, I would love to hear if you are finding it helpful.

ZUBSOLV is a controlled substance (CIII) because it contains buprenorphine, which can be a target for people who abuse prescription medicines or street drugs. Keep your ZUBSOLV in a safe place to protect it from theft. Never give your ZUBSOLV to anyone else; it can cause death or harm them. Selling or giving away this medicine is against the law. Keep ZUBSOLV in a secure place away from children. If a child accidentally takes ZUBSOLV, this is a medical emergency and can result in death. Get emergency help right away.

Do not inject ("shoot-up") ZUBSOLV. Injecting ZUBSOLV may cause life-threatening infections and other serious health problems. Injecting ZUBSOLV may cause serious withdrawal symptoms such as pain, cramps, vomiting, diarrhea, anxiety, sleep problems, and cravings

Note: I am compensated by Orexo to provide expertise and for my time to post.

Was this helpful?     20     16  
james Says:
via mobile

Hello I just got switched from suboxone to this new medication zubzolv I was previously on 1-8 milligram film a day and now its 5.7mg/1.4mg but was told that the 5.7mg is same as an 8mg film witch makes no sense to me if its the same thing as an 8 milligram film then why not mak the zubzolv in a 8 milligram form? Today is my second day on this new med and I do not feel the effects it not happy only good thing is the cost anx they say " you get what you pay for" and I picked up only a 10 day supply and only cost me $10 with the $75 savings not good at all sorry...

Was this helpful?     17     10  
gravyd Says:
via mobile

I was taking suboxone 8 mg tabs 2 a day and the doc switched me to these I think they work better and last longer my girl takes sub's to and she Is switching to these she thinks they r better the savings is just a added bonus

Was this helpful?     17     7  
tina1286 Says:

So I have been on zubsolv for a month now...at my last appointment I told my doc that I didn't feel that it lasted very long...he told me it as in my head....been feeling not myslef lately and I think its the zubsolv. I felt much more normal on suboxone films than the zubsolv. Seems like I'm not the only one. I just don't like that my doc said it was in my head that it didn't last as long.....as much as I like the menthol and the fast dissolve I still think I might switch back. Plus now that it is a new year there are more restrictions on that $75 coupon....I got 14 pills and they only took off $35....so kinda pissed about that as well. What can you do though....I did find a $50 coupon for suboxone films though!

Was this helpful?     15     13  
Gigi Says:
via mobile

I feel the same way, suboxone is so much better. I started zubsolv 6 days ago. I have been taking suboxone for 5 years now, 8 mg film 2 a day, and I truly miss it. Zubsolv doesn't have the same effect but I did get frequent headaches on suboxone too. I can't say that suboxone was the cause of my headaches either I guess time will tell. I only switched because my insurance wouldn't cover the full price anymore and I had to pay 80% toward the medication! I'm truly thinkn of just paying the cost for them so I can go back to the way things were. Sometimes the savings just isn't worth it. Maybe I just need to get use to these just like I needed to get use to suboxone after being addicted to percocets. Is any one else having this same issue? Do these get better? Am I just feeling this way because it's all in my head? I mean they do work but not as good as suboxone where it lasted longer.

Was this helpful?     15     9  
StretchAble Says:

I tried one of these yesterday for first time. Tasted wonderful and feels like the same as 8 mg film. I come to the conclusion they put a mint flavor to help with nadeau. Since mint helps calm nadeau and a lot of people hate the sublingual taste of film and nasty taste of subutex. They have 5.7 in bup which is why you feel less. And the strips have 8. Idk maybe take 1 1/2. Our it could be your tolerance as everyone knows you develop tolerance quickly on these meds. Yeah thought one did me good and I took on 2 mg Xanax with my cup of coffee and feel nice. Ready for the day. That's all I need.

Was this helpful?     13     10  
StretchAble Says:


Was this helpful?     5     6  
Jessie James Says:
via mobile

Can you use methadone or opiates on this drug? Also how long does it last in your system? Also would two 8 mg strips a day work for for someone like me. I've been addicted to methadone and herion sine i was 17 yrs old, i am now 33 yrs old and want to make changes. Its been off and on. I have had nice jobs and done good at points in my life. However mostly always on methadone. Please respond . I also am concerned about my pain. Will this drug block my pain?

Was this helpful?     0     26  
SEH Says:

The packaging really sucks. The tabs are hard to get out, then break up. I much preferred sub ozone 8 mg strips.

Was this helpful?     19     10  
Brian Says:
via mobile

I jus tried my first dose of Zubsolv. I usually take an 8mg film or 8mg subutex (have had to start trying diff things bc my insurance dropped suboxone). After I take my dose I feel so much better and can actually tell a difference from before and after I take the dose. With Zubsolv, I felt like I didn't even take anything. The pill def didn't even dissolve in 5 mins, took about the same amount of time as the film, which usually is around 20ish mins for me. I jus took 2mg of the film to see if I can make up the difference in dose with the Zubsolv bc I really don't fell well. Good thing it only cost me $7 for the script, never using it again. I should have listened to my doc, he advised against it bc his other patients tried it and didn't like it, they're sticking with subutex pills, which I actually feel way more the this 5.7mg dose. It jus takes forever to dissolve. It's really messed up how you get stabilized on a medication and bc of an insurance company you have to change despite what your doctor wants. It's not right.

Was this helpful?     26     13  

Viewing page 1 of 21     Reply

Next Page >

More Discussions:

I was on subutex 8mg and ive been reading about these new subutexs with the 8 and the arrow on them. I got a different k... 183 replies
Im thinking of switching from strips to zubsolv next month because I have no insurance is there anyone whos switched and... 19 replies
zubsolv does one have 5721 and 93 on it
round white pill numbers 5721 one side 93 other side is it zubsolv pill ## No its generic suboxin. 8 mg. /2 mg.Zubsolv i... 13 replies
zubsolv can not find
i have drove all over the county of pasco and called 40 or 50 phamacys and not one has zubsolv half have not heard of it... 12 replies
Zubsolv to pain meds. How long do I have to wait?
I take zubsolv daily. Have been for years. Recently broke a bone and was prescribed pain meds that are opiates. How long... 11 replies
Zubsolv conspiracy
I wonder if this medication is what they say it is I feel a conspiracy??? Anyone else??? ## Absolutely!!! I was on 2 mg ... 8 replies
Zubsolv beginner
Hi, I just started taking zubsolv and I hardly feel any different. I have been taking opiates for years. I am not feelin... 5 replies
reviews on different levothyroid generics.
My TSH goes and up and down but i mostly feel OK with TSH at 1.0 at a dose of .075. Recently my nails are splitting, hai... 3 replies
Reviews on Zolvest, Zolfresh, Zolpidem and Ambien
Zolvest comes in a blister pack of 10. They are generic for Ambien. They work better than any other Zolpidem generic I t... 3 replies

Post a Reply

No registration needed.
Simply fill out the form below.



 Optional, stays hidden.
Get notified when a reply is posted here.

4) Text Verification: *
Prevents SPAM.

Click here to show the question

with the privacy policy (20191231).

This form will be submitted securely


Discussion Thread Guidelines: Any participation in the discussion threads signifies your agreement with the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. (1) Act civilized and be respectful towards others. No profanity, vulgarity or lewd / suggestive content is allowed. (2) Posts encouraging, facilitating, or seeking advice about the abuse of medications or other substances are prohibited. (3) Personal contact information (such as telephone numbers, email addresses, etc) is not allowed to appear on our discussion threads. (4) We do not allow our forums to be used for buying, selling, trading, or for the promotion of a product or service. (5) Posting external links to other web sites is not allowed without our prior approval. (6) We reserve the right to edit or remove content which we find objectionable to the community at our sole discretion.

Note: All times displayed are GMT - 7.

This information has been independently compiled and is for informational purposes only. It is not intended to be a substitute for medical advice from a qualified healthcare professional; nor is it intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. For more details please see the Medical Disclaimer. This page was last updated on 10 October 2018.

We are committed to your privacy.

Copyright © 2005-2020 All Rights Reserved. MedsChat® is a registered trademark of Limelight Innovations L.L.C. 9888 W Belleview Ave #5000, Denver, CO, 80123, USA