Zubsolv Can Not Find

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tim Says:


i have drove all over the county of pasco and called 40 or 50 phamacys and not one has zubsolv half have not heard of it why my wifes insurance didnt leave her on subxone is a mystery to me but most likly has to do with a kick back. now she has to go with out meds for over a week now. i even called the company that makes it and they cant find it. can any one help me. i live in pasco co florida city of new port richey



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Tim! How are you? I am very sorry about the problem that you and your wife are having!

Unfortunately, the pharmacies that you call likely didn't give you an honest answer. This medication does contain a potent narcotic and since they have no way of knowing if the person on the phone is a legitimate patient with a need, or a potential thief, they'll usually just tell you they don't carry it or haven't heard of it. Physically going into a pharmacy, with the prescription in hand, is the only way to get an accurate answer.

This is a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation.

Did you try asking if your regular pharmacy can order it in for you? They should be able to help.

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Orexo Says:

Tim,
We apologize for the diificulty you have had locating a pharmacy that can fill your wife's ZUBSOLV® (buprenorphine and naloxone) sublingual tablets CIII prescription. Our records indicate there are several pharmacies in the New Port Richey Florida area that have ZUBSOLV in stock. I can send you a list of those pharmacies if you want, or please call Orexo customer service at 888-ZUBSOLV (888-982-7658) and they can help you in locating a pharmacy that has ZUBSOLV in stock

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ALB502 Says:

I realize that this is an old post but after going through the same thing Tim did just a week ago, I felt I had to reply. I tried calling your Orexo hotline and was told that pharmacies in my area had Zubsolv. However, when I went into those pharmacies with my prescription, the pharmacists claim they had not heard of it. If they had heard of it, they said they didn't have it and would not be getting it. The truth of the matter is that the medication is ordered for the patient when they present a prescription. My pharmacy orders my Zubsolv every month but if anyone else calls, they say they don't have it. It is not a drug that is stocked. If anyone out there gets a prescription for Zubsolv, they should be prepared to wait a day or two to actually get it filled. If I had a choice, I would still be on Suboxone. For whatever reason (kick backs I assume) my insurance will not cover Suboxone and I can't afford to pay cash. No matter what Orexo says, it is not as good as Suboxone and takes twice as much for the same effect

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Meowg Says:
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I had to call every pharmacy within a 20 mile radius. I called my doctor and she said to go to the pharmacy near her because she prescribes it instead of sub so the ones around her have it in stock because there's more of a demand. I was able to find one pharmacy around me with it (since I don't live close to my doctor)

Your options are to 1. Keep looking 2. Call your doc or 3. Wait for a pharmacy to order it.

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wardinga Says:

start going to a regular pharmacy. me and my pharmacist are on a 1st name basis. This type of relationship will really help you! I had mine order my subsolv for me overnight. I was taking a ton of pain pills daily, and subsolv seems to be working fine for me. im also taking like ZANAX with it...it seems to help keep the edge off.
Best of luck to you ...Prayers Sent!!

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MBD63 Says:
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Can't you request your local pharmacy to order your script in for you.they should only need to order enough in for you for a month supply if they are afraid of large quantities not being used. That's what mine did

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Lee Says:
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I was just put on zubsolv. I myself like subutex. I find those little white pills give me bad headaches. My Dr says he doesn't prescribe subutex, that's bull s*** cause he is listed under subutex. It costs me 500 a month for those little white pills that don't help my pain but they're out there in indiana. All dr's are wanting to switch to these. I am no big time pain pill person. Like I said been on these for about 3 in a half weeks and don't like them.

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Pzilla Says:
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Yeah. They will not order it to the pharmacy until you bring In the script. Walgreens and CVS can have it within a day after you drop the script off. But it is controlled and therefor they will not do anything until they have a reason (script)

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Lolo Says:
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As for finding Zubsolv, I had the same problem. The cost is expensive as well. I got on Zubsolv assistance. I pay $35.00 a month for 60 tablets and there delivered to my door days before I run out. The number is 1-888-331-1002. They really are a blessing for me.

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Lena Says:
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You can get them at cvs Walmart and Sam's club that is where I get mine good luck

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Joey Says:
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They have then at pretty much every pharmacy in Brevard County, fl

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don Says:

Walgreens in Port St. Lucie has it but you have to wait one day to get zubzolv.They order it for you And next day you can pick it up..Same thing happened to me.I was on Suboxone for 4 years then my insur company changed to zubzolv..the Walgreens in pt st lucie is Port St. Lucie West..Next to the 7.11 store.Hope I helped

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