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?

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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?



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David Says:

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 of that half at every passing 24 to 42 hours.

I know it seems like a long time to have to wait, but if you were to hold out for several days (until you're beginning to notice the onset of withdrawals), I personally think that would be the best time to start taking your other pain medication. However it's always a good idea to double check these things with your doctor just to be on the safe side.

Hope this helps! Does anyone else have advice to share from personal experience?

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