Paying For My Subutex

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Shellis Says:
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I recently moved to another state, I'm been on subxone for 7 months and now I have no insurance at all, I paid 300$ to see a Dr. I received a free cupon for 15 Zubsolve and I went back to my Dr. He put me on Subutex for 1 month because its cheaper then the strips! I have my script and I went to one Pharmacy and its 320.00 for 48 of them.. I know its cheaper then 450.00 for my strips. I'm having trouble paying for my script. I can get generic for too but I do not know where to fill them. I heard that some pharmacies may charge as low as 2$ a pill but I'm having a hard time finding one. Just thought maybe someone might know of a place or Drug company that has assistance with help.. I will be out of my zubsolv in 3 days. I've never been on subutex before. My Dr said just one time he could write it unless I was allergic to nalaxone( I'm not) so trying to find answers and thought someone might know.. Thanks



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VapeCat Says:
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I just heard in PA they recalled all subutex and don't let people have it without that NASTY POINTLESS NALOXONE WHICH I AM ALLERGIC TO...I've been on this stuff for so long but I'm more worried about the klonopin I'm also on. I tried to detox and failed in the hospital. It's so dangerous. I'd rather just stop the sub but I must get off the benzos before I do that detox! Because the benzos are way worse, I need anything else to help get through it, but it's just so dangerous I can't really even try unless I find a rehab that will accept me using cannabis during the process, or I'm never going. So cannabis not being fully legal here is making me be stuck on this s*** forever almost 10 years now...its just insanity, and I'm moving between NJ & PA. Idk if I switch to PA will I be forced to take strips even though they do not work for me? The last time I was put on them I got worse than ever, the strips are just complete garbage and I don't think ANYONE SHOULD BE FORCED TO TAKE NALOXONE UNLESS THEY'RE OVERDOSING.

IT'S NOT A CHEMICAL U WANT IN YOUR BODY DAILY...AND WE SHOULD HAVE A CHOICE CONSIDERING THE CHEMICAL BLOCKING OPIATES IS BUORENIRPHINE. THE NALOXONE IS ONLY THERE AS A BACK UP SCARE TACTIC THAT LITERALLY DOESNT HELP ANYONE AND JUST MAKES IT WORSE WHEN PEOPLE DO ABUSE IT IMO. NALOXONE is grest by itself but not daily, not ever. It gives me heart palpitations and I always turn to other substances for relief. I don't think anyone should have to take this. Everyone shouldn't need more than 2mg of buprenorphine ALONE once or maybe twice a day. It's beyond over-prescribed and they love to start people on three 8mg a day which keeps them hooked forever. SMFH at how this whole system barely works...

I just pray I find a doctor I can see in PA so I don't have to keep taking a 3 hour drive to NJ just to see a PA Dr that's closer to where I used to live and I've seen him forever and I feel like a new Dr will just screw me over and not let me work on this at my own pace. I have yet to find a Dr I trust at all. I don't know how to find a Dr while moving between states. I just wish my insurance never stopped covering it, so its always a fortune n i have no choice but to buy it a week at a time. It's absolutely a miserable way to live...I cannot do anything without worrying about these stupid meds and their s***ty side effects! If anyone can help or wants to talk any help is appreciated. {edited for privacy}

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VapeCat Says:
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I dont know but i feel like EVERYONE IS ALLERGIC TO NALOXONE...u don't want to take that s*** daily, it's just not good imo. I'm allergic and it gives me horrible side effects; because im so sensitive to meds I feel everything they do...and no way am I ever going to take that daily. The strips make me sick and there's just no way taking NALOXONE daily is helping anyone. It's so dumb because unless you're overdosing it's pointless. The buprenorphine alone is an opiate antagonist that prevents u from feeling high off opiates. The NALOXONE is added just to scare people away from administering it intravenously and it doesn't work because they did anyway. It's just way more harmful for everyone because they want to market two drugs instead of one that works better alone imo. F*** NALOXONE UNLESS you're using it to save a friend from od'ing or need it yourself or use it separately under the skin, but even that I hear never works well. The person is just whiteknuckling it, it's awful... I hate to say it but i'd say ur ALLERGIC. Otherwise they'll give u all the junk suboxone they need to sell basically... it's always about money.

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