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Took 1/2 of a 1.4 zubsolv one time then 4 hydrocodone

I took one half of a 1.4 mg zubsolv yesterday morning then within twelve hours took 4 5/325 hydrocodones ! Im experincing withdrawl systems like runny nose nausea n headache . Any idea on how long they will last ? One time thing here also !

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Amount of Zubsolv each month

I've been prescribed 90 Subutex a month. My doctor quit seeing patients for Subutex and I am seeing a doctor about Zubsolv in the morning. I'm worried about getting a high enough dose that I'm use to and the effects. Can someone tell me how many I will probably get a month? I'm worried. ## Hello, Amanda! How are you? How did your appointment go? The best thing to do would be to make sure he gets a copy of your records from the other doctor, so he can see what dose you were on and prescribe accordingly. However, not all will prescribe a month's worth for a new patient. Some will start with only 2 weeks. 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 effe...

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will I be able to feel opiates after 48 hours of raking zubs

I took my last dose of zubsolv Tuesday at 3pm (1/2) a 5.7 tab. I'm going to the dentist today at 2 to get a tooth pulled and will get lortabs today about 3 will I feel the effect? I tried taking 2 5/3.25s yesterday at 3 ( @24hrs) will that screw me up for today?? They will be a stronger mg ## Well I took 5 7.5s lortabs today at 50hrs clean and felt equivalent to as if I took one lortab I will take more tomorrow And see if I feel the full effects at 60-70 hrs clean of zubsolv/ suboxone ## Hi ash, From what I understand, due to Buprenorphine's long half life, it's usually a good idea to wait a at least 3-5 days (72hrs or more) before taking any opiates in order to feel their full effects. Some patients may find those numbers debatable based on their experience. And I believe i...

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drug withdraw

how long do you have to wait to start taking subs or zubsolv, how sick do you have to be? Can I cut the pill in have I don't know if I need a whole one ## Hello, Pen! How are you? You should follow your doctor's instructions for starting it. You need to be in full withdrawals, otherwise the Naloxone in this medication could throw you into dangerous precipitated withdrawals. They are not time released, so they can be cut to lower the dosage, if your prescriber approves. 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. Is there anything else I can help with?

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Stopped zubsolv yesterday, out of system

I've been on zubsolv for probably a year now after a year of suboxone after 8 years of Percocet. I am having major anger and depression issues and want off this drug. It's been a full 24 hrs that I haven't taken one and I don't plan to take it ever again. How long until my mood stabilizes? How long will the drug be in my system?? Thanks! ## @Dez, According to the FDA, Buprenorphine's average elimination half-life can range anywhere from 24-42 hours, and Naloxone's from 2-12 hours. With such a long half life combined with the duration of time you've been taking Zubsolv, it seems to me like it would probably take a good several days to completely leave your body. That's just an estimate though, as everyone metabolizes drugs differently. As for the mood swin...

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will pharmacy fill my zubsolv prescription after norco fill

Ive been taking suboxonr for 2 yrs, my insurance switched me to zubsolv which ive been on 1.4mg every 2 days for 5 months. I went to urgent care center for strep throat and was given pain med script for norco. It was dumb to fill it and i found a pharmacy to do it but i dont want to take them and now im affraid my regular pharmacy will see that and not fill my refular zubsolv prescription. Any thoughts on this, please help!f ## Your dr will also see that the two rxs were filled. ## @jess, I believe the only honest way to know for certain what the pharmacy will do regarding your situation is to ask them directly. They will always adhere to their stringent policies, so if you don't get the answer you're looking for from them, then it seems to me like it would probably also be a go...

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how long after takin 2 tramadohl

How long after taking tram can i get back on my zubsolv.i take zubsolv 5.7mg/1.4 but hve taken tramadohl for a couple of days since i was out of my zubsolv.I have my prescription and want to get back on it.Thankd ## Hello, Amy! How are you doing? Since Zubsolve contains Naloxone, you need to be in full withdrawal, before you can start taking it, again. Just like when you first started taking it. Thus, a few days will most likely be required, to avoid precipitated withdrawals. Your doctor should be able to advise you on how long. This is a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. Is there anything else I can help with? ## How long after taking subzolv ,can i start taking ...

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anger symtoms on Zubsolv

Has anyone experienced this? Ive only been on it for 3 days and have never had anger issues. Trying this because sub strips caused tongue sores and suboxone, so much saliva tha I might not have been getting its full effect. I am my dr.s first patient on it so Im kind of his guinie pig. Again, the all of a sudden anger is really bothering me.. thanks ## Hello, Ellen! How are you? I'm sorry about the problems you've been having. Are you on an equivalent dose? That could be a symptom of withdrawal. Have you experienced any other symptoms? The FDA classifies this medication as a narcotic 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. ## MORR...

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zubsolv wean off

Taking 1.4 zubsolv twice a day can I cut it in half to wean off? ## Hi mark, From what I can tell, it doesn't look like there's a score line on the 1.4mg/5.7mg pill. And because Zubsolv (buprenorphine + naloxone) is composed of two different ingredients that (in theory) could inadvertently be separated if you were to cut it in half, I would recommend contacting your Dr. or local pharmacist to determine if halving the pill makes any difference as far as getting evenly distributed doses of each active ingredient. More often than not it's usually fine cut pills in half that aren't in extended release form, but I just think it's best to play it safe until you get a doctor's opinion or feedback from someone with personal experience. Hope this helps!

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Switched from 8mg. Sub strip to Zubsolv

hello, this is my second month of being on Zubsolv from 8mg sub film. they work just fine for me. I actually use the copay card and got my prescription today absolutely free. I'm in the process of actually cutting back with the ultimate goal of taking nothing at all. Have a great day! ## Awesome! I'm so very glad that it's working for you. Some people have had problems switching. This is a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. Have you had any new side effects, or has the switch been completely smooth?

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zubsolv sucks !!!

After being on strips for 5 years and pills for 25 years I know !! This medication sucks! personally I think it is a sugar pill! It does nothing full detox everyday! ## @Jeffrey, Sorry to hear about that. I for one have also noticed a lot of negative feedback surrounding Zubsolv in comparison to brand name Suboxone. Makes me wonder if they stuck a few different "inactive" ingredients in there that prevent it from being absorbed properly. I found this to be the cases with other manufacturer's pain meds as well. Actavis for instance, reformulated Watson's Norco with the same dosage and now it doesn't even work half as good. The only differences this leaves room for is within the list of inactive ingredients. Perhaps the pharmacy can give you a print out of the differen...

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small white round pill 57 and blank on the other side

Found a white small round pill has a 5and small 7 on one side and blank on the other side do u know what it is ? ## Hi Mindy, From what I could gather, the white round pill marked with a large "5" next to a smaller "7" on one side and blank on the other, is identified as Zubsolv, containing 5.7mgs of buprenorphine + 1.4mgs of naloxone. For additional verification, this tablet is made by a company called Orexo, here in the US. Zubsolv is used to treat people who are addicted/dependent on opioid drugs and is reported to be another brand name of the more commonly known Suboxone. You can learn more about this drug on the page for Zubsolv Details I hope this helps!

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i took 1 2 a zubsolv today at 2am and the other half 6 days ago how long before can use rest of my p15s?

I used a half of a zubsolv 5.7-1.4 mg tablet today at 2am and the other half was taken 6 days ago. I dislocated my shoulder and I have 4 p15s left to use being as though I can't afford to go to a dr. How long do you think before the zubsolv wears off and I can use the p15? ## Hi Ryan, This is just my own opinion based on what I've been hearing on some of these other related threads. But depending on how long you've been on Zubsolv, it's generally best to wait at least a few days to a week or so between taking Zubsolv (buprenorphine + naloxone) and other opiates in order to receive their full effects. This is primarily because of buprenorphine's long half life of 24 to 42 hours; at which point half of whatever dose you took will be eliminated from your body, and half ...

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Constant feeling of withdrawal with zubsolv

I have been taking Zubsolv for about 6 months now, prior to that I was on Suboxone. I preferred to stay on Suboxone but since insurance companies seem to rule the world I have no choice but to get zubsolv unless I want to pay hundreds of dollars. I had been taking 4mg of Suboxone and making it just fine for over a year on the same dose, after switching to zubsolv, I was originally taking 2 of the smaller triangular pills 1.4/.36 and I was constantly struggling, I was kicking and achy like I was having withdrawal. I told my doctor so she prescribed me 3 of them now a day. I'm not sure how it compares to Suboxone if I'm taking more or less. I am still feeling the same symptoms and they are worse than they were. My whole body aches my legs kick it feels just as bad as when I was ac...

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new to zubsolv 5.7 mg

i just started zubsolv and i love it. most pharmacy's did not carry it. however, it can be ordered overnight. most insurance covers it but may need a pre-aurthorization. its much easier to take then suboxan tabs or strips. you still put it under your tongue but it dissolve quickly. it did burn at first but this went away after a couple minutes and there's no gross glue aftertaste like sub. strips. the 5.7mg. is confusing at first. i contacted Orexo, the company that makes zubsolve. they explained that its simply a different formulation. you are actually absorbing 8 mg.......good luck to all !!! ## Hi Diana, I’m glad to hear that your experience with ZUBSOLV has been positive so far. I have worked in addiction treatment for several years with my area of expertise being medi...

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zubsolv not suboxne or subutex.

I was recently on zubsolv for 2 months. I quit cold turkey and amazingly no withdraws!!! I took suboxne for the same amount of time before and was severely sick for near 2 weeks. So i would recommend zubsolv. Not sure if it was a miracle or something crazy happened. ## I do find it interesting that Zubsolv containing the same active ingredients as Suboxone (buprenorphine + naloxone) would cause such a completely different reaction in some users. Do you think your positive experience with Zubsolv could've just been a matter of each manufacturer putting a different set of binders/fillers in each tablet? If you happen to know the pill imprint or who makes that particular brand, I could post back here with the corresponding list of inactive ingredients to help determine what it is that ...

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