How Long Does Zubsolv Last

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biashton Says:
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I took two 5.7/1.4 zubsolvs yesterday morning at about ten o'clock. How long will that block the therapeutic effects of opana for??



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ashley Says:
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Iv only taken 1 zubsolv yesterday afternoon it is now 18hrs later, will I feel a fentanyl!

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in need of help Says:
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I took one zubsolv at 9am. How long tell the blocker is gone? It's the only one I have ever took. Help would truly be appreciated

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Jen Says:
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Ive heard 24 to 48 hours but u should ask a medical prof to be safe.

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David Says:

I concur with Jen in that 24-48hrs is a general estimated time frame that patients would typically wait for; albeit this window of time may vary for each individual depending upon a variety of factors. If you browse through some of the related discussion threads here pertaining to Suboxone (i.e. Zubsolv's twin) people tend to follow the same inherent protocol.

However if you want to be 100% sure, then I'd recommend contacting your prescribing doctor and/or pharmacist who can provide more specific details on safe dosing and mitigating possible drug interactions.

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Sara Says:
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Usually 3 days before you can experience the full opiate agonist effects

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