How Long Does Zubsolv Block Opiates

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hollywood Says:
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I took a zubsolv at 6:00am this morning, how long will it block opiates

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David Says:

Hi hollywood,

According to the FDA, "Buprenorphine's average elimination half-life from plasma ranges from 24-42 hours, and Naloxone's is anywhere from 2-12 hours".


With that said, not only will it depend on how much you took, but also how long you've been taking it for.. or if this was just a one time thing for you?

However you can also use the half life to try and estimate about how long each dose will be most active in your system, because after the time frame of each half life listed above, you're essentially going to end up with "half of what you originally took" and then "half of that remaining half" and so forth...

I hope this helps!

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brenda Says:

Oh my GOD or I should be saying thank you GOD because I was abusing oxycodone (10) 30mg a day and I started taking subzolve and that little minty tablet literly is a middle pill if you can get it from your doctor it really works I took my last perk 30mg one night and when I woke up the next morning and put the subzolve tablet under my tounge and it literly change my life. Please keep in mind if you have been abusing oxycodone you must take subzolve for no less then 30 days I suggest 6 months at least. Good luck & God Bless its really works

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Jennifer Says:
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Not sure if you will get this or not but i just went my doctor Wed. And he switched me to the zubsolv 5.7 tablets/3 a day. I got them filled today with a free coupon. I have yet to take one bc. I have 1 1/2 tablets of the real subutex, then i took opiates a few hours later and didn't feel s*** and everybody says you can still do dope on the regular subs. But i have no clue. Anyways how long should i wait before i try taking the zubsolv bc I'm terrified of making myself sick. Please help if possible! Thanks

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cc5205 Says:
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How did you get a free coupon? ? I was only able to get part of my prescription of zubsolv because I couldn't afford it. Please help!

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kristin Says:
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Doctor gave me coupon and the medication should have a web site that you can print a coupon

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touciebird Says:
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Whether subutex suboxone or zubsolv it all makes me puke my guts out regardless. You can take regulars on top of all of these but you won't feel their effects till the buprenorphine or naloxone wears off. Some say that with TeX there's no naloxone you can still feel the effects of other dope but I never could. If I took one pill/strip one day of the week I had to wait at least 4 days without anything before I could get off again. But the buprenorphine is what makes you violently ill, not mixing dope. Nobody ever tells the truth on these things.

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justanotherjunkie Says:
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The pills the dope is what makes u sick..each person is unique okay. Don't seek validation for a habit online.i was weaning off painkillers after being on them for years. Don't have to take zubsolv for 6 months take it as long as u feel u need it. It is a miracle worker. If u don't want to get off pill dont. If u do then do. Ruined my life. Just took a matter of time. Seek help. Took me 3 relapses detox and admitting to boss friends and fam
.lost my job. It's the devil.

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Lori anne Says:
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Get coupon on website or from doctor.

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opioiddependantnomore Says:

you guys r IDOTS!!!!!!! You all are ruining a very helpful drug. Use it right and it will really help you! Use it wrong (ABUSE) and you'll never get over your addictions. First thing you need to do is WANT TO GET OFF your addictions!! Sounds to me like a lot of u r just subsituting 1 thing 4 another! Don't listen to most of these ppl, if u really want it to work IT WILL! There is a key word, that key word is WILL u just haveto have a little. Thank u 4 takin the time 2 read this.

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Mandy Says:
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You should wait at least 12 hours honey :-) & I agree with you 100% I take suboxone have been for 5 years now and every time I took my suboxone and tried to take pain pills I never felt anything either lol suboxone has a blocker in it so I don't know how anybody says they can take pills with it and feel it:( lol Hope this helps hun

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Helping hands Says:
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You are correct
I took zubsolve for 2 1/2 days after a year and half of 50mg of Percocets per day on average.
I am 100% feeling normal with no WD.
Everyone's body is different and please understand and BELIEVE that you gotta WANT to quit. The human mind is the most powerful treatment.

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JE Says:
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I was doing about 8 to 12 bags a day for two months and I was scared to start the zubsolv because I've went into instant withdrawal in the past when not waiting long enough. Well I waited 12 hours and took the 5 mill zubsolv tablet and it worked really well. Believe it or not, the next day I didn't have any withdrawal symptoms at all, (reminder, I took Korea zubsolv). I've been on it for two weeks now and I am very happy with the results. The taste is better and I am not craving dope. I'd say don't be scared, I would usually have to wait atleast 24 hours before doing suboxin. Hope this helps.

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Stephen Savage Says:
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It stays in u for 7 to 14 days. I been doing it for 3 years no mater how big of a peace u do. But the more u do the longer it takes. I know some one that was sick for 2 months after stopping but he was doing 3 a day for a year to nothing.

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mommyx2 Says:
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If I took a p10 at 7 this morning, when can I take a zubsolv?

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Missy Says:
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I had the same problem of getting violently ill after taking either subs or zubsolv so I told my doctor and he said that the problem was that I was swallowing my saliva that. So you should try letting the subs/subs dissolve in your mouth the spit out the excess saliva. It worked for me, I don't feel nausea anymore after taking them

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shy Says:
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Your doctor should have a coupon for you you can only use it 2 times and it gives you 15 tablets for free for up to 30 tablets for free

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shy Says:
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Is well only took subs off for a week never had any withdrawals and I feel completely normal this new thing is way better than suboxone Works magically

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Nickster Says:
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Obviously everybody's body chemistry is different. When I was on methadone yes it did take well over 72 hours to get off on opiates after my final methadone dose. But to my surprise just about five hours after I ingested an 8mg suboxone strip I was able to achieve my regular effects off opiates. It was NOT psychosomatic either. I will say I had just tried the suboxone once unlike the methadone I was on for approximately nine months. Thing is some people aren't telling the truth about their experiences.

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Curious123 Says:
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A friend of mine took a half of a zubsol today and was wondering when he would feel the effects of opiates. Today was the only day he took the zubso . I know nothing about any of this.

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Mel Says:
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I feel u , u make a great point I can't stand.other people who bash other people everyone is different an.everyone's body is different .No one knows what it's like getting off opiates until they've been there it's like fighting a demons it's he'll

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