How Long Does Zubsolv Stay In Your Body

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Joe Says:
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I've been on zubsolv 5.7 for 6 months and I'm getting myself down to a quarter of a pill a day. I'll take a quarter of one for 6 days and I'll run out. Does anyone how how long the withdraw and the half life will last?

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Joe! How are you?

The withdrawal can vary from person to person, because much of it depends on your own body chemistry, so there's no precise time frame I can give you for that. It may be a week, or it may take a month.

The elimination time can take anywhere from 10 to 252 hours.

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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Robin Says:
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I've been on Subsolv for about 1 month. I'm going back on oxycodone in five days. I'm taking my last Subsolv today which will be 5 days before I go to the pain Dr. Will all the Subsolv be out of my urine?

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tupuli Says:

is there a chemical (another drug) that can remove zubsolv from your body? i started taking and its scary like depressing feeling and im not being monitored as they wouldnt take me back at the clinic i got it at.

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ManifestDestiny Says:
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Unfortunately there is not. You'll just have to ride out the effects until it's completely eliminated from your system. If you were on for such a short period why would the clinic not monitor your condition? If you violated some tenant of your treatment protocol any future attempt at treatment will be met with great scrutiny so I suggest follow the withdrawal protocol published online for that particular site. Good luck.

p.s. - the administration of alcohol or other substances may magnify your abstinence syndrome and complicate the process. The last thing anyone needs is the extension time one needs to completely eliminate this very potent cds.

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tupuli Says:

The protocol for withdrawal on that particular site. Is it on on here or are you talking about the place I got the zubsolv filled. That place is the most unorganized place ever. They sent me to the wrong address.

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AlTayJay Says:
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I took a half of a zubsolve 9 hours ago... can I take percocet pills and still be able to feel the effects of the percocets. I am in horrible pain.

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cannibal Says:
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Re: tupuli (# 3)

Kratom. Take it and all your problems are solved. No more suboxone or opiates. I quit zubsolv cold turkey after two years of using Kratom. NO PROBLEM.

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Joel Says:
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Re: Verwon (# 1)

What will happen if I take an opiate 24 hours after taking zubsolv?

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