Zubsolv Does One Have 5721 And 93 On It

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pooh bear Says:

round white pill numbers 5721 one side 93 other side is it zubsolv pill

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jonny Says:
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No its generic suboxin. 8 mg. /2 mg.Zubsolv is 5.7 mg./1.2 mg. The Zubsolv are ok but the 5721/93 have more medicine and are better in my opinion.

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David Says:

Just to confirm for other readers, post #1 is correct about the pill ID. The company who manufacturers these is Teva, who actually lists this pill description on their product page (with a national drug code of 00093-5721-56).

Regarding Zubsolv, I too have heard on many accounts that it was significantly less potent than generic/brand name Suboxone. Hard to say if it's the different binders/fillers they're using that may be hindering absorption or if they really did add less medication in there. I suppose a lab analysis would be the only way to know for certain though.

Hope this helps!

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SMC Says:

I'm looking for a coupon for 15 free zubsolv. I have a script for the larger dose (I don't remember the numbers) and Dr said there was a coupon in internet for 15 free. I have been looking for over an hour and can't locate it. Does anyone know the link or did it expire? Thanks

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thatskra Says:

I believe you have to get those cards from your doc. The pharmacy rep gives them to the doctors. You can use a total of 2 cards ever. Like, 30 total, 15 at a time, on different months. Ask your doc, they should provide you with one.

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allex Says:

I believe the drug reps give the doctors these coupons and this is the only way to get them. That's been my experience. Maybe your doc doesn't realize that the drug reps drop them off. The coupon has to be accompanied by a prescription. Hope this helps. Also, you can only use 2 of these coupons ever, so use them wisely once you do get one from your doc. Good luck.

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joe blow Says:
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Its suboxone 8mg. Not 5 mg subzal.its teva pharmaphetucal co.

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tim Says:
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Does it have a cherry flavor to ithuh

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Josh Says:
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Zubsolv is way more potent I am prescribed the 11.4 / 2.9 and they are equivalent to 2/8 milligram Suboxone and they last longer

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Josh Says:
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The zubsolv have a menthol flavor and they are nasty very very strong menthol it opens up your sinuses

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Lala Says:
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Nope it isnt a zubsolv its a suboxone pill big difference

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Ty Says:
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The pharmacy has them when u bring it prescription, lol u don't just get a coupon walk to a doctor and say gimme my 14 free...which u can only use two times in it entire life

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Beavis Says:
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Is there such a thing as cherry flavored suboxone ?? I have honestly never heard of that

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La la Lucy Says:
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No... they do not have a cherry taste who ever told you that is beyond crazy

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