Subutex Class?

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I'm trying to research subutex legalities and I can't remember what class buprenorphine is. Is it Class II or Class III? Anybody know?

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BunnyWoman Says:
 
Oops! I meant to say schedule. I'm still looking for regs because I'm having a problem with a pharm here filling an emergency rx for subutex.

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Verwon Says:
 
I'm sorry, I could provide you better information if you told us what country you were in?

It is an opiate narcotic, and as such, it is a controlled substance in the U.S. and is listed as a class II, along with all other narcotics and medications such as Benzodiazepines.

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Buprenorphine/­

Can you post back with your country, or let us know if this answered your questions?

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tommy Says:
 
why cancer? i need it fore staying alive after 12 overdoses so do i need cacer to get help. im trying to stopp and going to use the subutex to stop my habit?

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BGD Says:
 
In which Schedule is it listed in India & was there any change in its schedule, if yes-when?

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Dr House Says:
 
Its a Schedule II

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BGD Says:
 
Thanks for the same.
One more querry-Buprenorphine-Since when it is in schedule II?


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aj dmccolly Says:
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So its a schedule II... but what will it come up as as far as an opiate. which class of opiate?

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Antonio Says:
 
Subutex is Schedule 3 drug!!! Buprenorphine has been Schedule 5, and since 2002 it became Schedule 3 drug! Regards


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Antonio Says:
 
No, You got it all wrong,! Buprenorphine is an opioid, not an opiat! You willl find the differences on net! And its a Partional agonis!

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Treatmentoptions Says:
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Antonio,

According to the DEA's page on suboxone what you stated is in fact 100% accurate However,several subutex related referal sites states it was reclassified to a CSN class ll.

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