Suboxone Approval Time

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Generic Suboxone

Does anyone know when a generic suboxone will be available ## Suboxone first received FDA approval in 2002 and the exclusivity patent will run out on August 30, 2013, but the doesn't necessarily mean that a generic will become available at that time. Learn more Suboxone details here. Are you having trouble affording this medication? ## The generic suboxone came out in February of this year..2013. I know this because i have them. They are white, have a half-moon on one side, and 155 on the other. They are much harder than the Orange tabs making them easier to break & proportion. Hope this helps. ...

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suboxone and soma

Can you be on suboxone and take soma for severe muscle spasms and pain? ## Yes. ## I would not suggest doing so without your doctor's approval, but yes, narcotics and muscle relaxants are often prescribed together, to help control pain that one doesn't touch. Suboxone contains the active ingredient Buprenorphine, it is used to help people with drug addiction and to treat some cases od severe pain. Soma contains the active ingredient Carisoprodol, it is a muscle relaxant. Taking the two, together, my aggravate the side effects, which can include: nausea, drowsiness, constipation and dizziness. You can read more about them here: Did you have any other questions? ## Yes, Im rxed both Flexeril, soma, and 16mg Suboxone EDay and Im told by my pharmacist and doc. to use either the flex... ...

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Medication, Oxycodone, Suboxone

I had back surgery and was taking 15mg of Oxycodone and I took 8mg of suboxone for 3 days thinking I would be ok but my back is in so much pain. How long before I can take my medication again? ## Wait 24 - 48 hours. 36-48 hrs is recommended. ## My Suboxone is not covered by UnitedHealthcare community plan wanted to know what would I be put on next for chronic pain besides any other opiates ## I have the same health care and got approved. Your doctor has to have a one on one with the health insurance doctor and if it's in ur benefit then this health care will approve for a short time. My first approval was only 3 months then my second 6 months and at tell end of this 6, going to ask for another approval. As long as you are following protocol and guide lines, (u have to go to out pati... ...

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Switching from methadone to suboxone

In 21 days i went down from 165 to 30mg a day. This past Wednesday i took my last 30mg. I'm waiting for insurance approval to pay for my suboxone. It's been 5 days and I feel like hell. Can i take a little methadone (10mg)? I will get my suboxone tomorrow. I haven't slept 4 hours in the last 3 days. I'm feeling really bad. Any advice please? ## Hello, Rob! How are you? No, you must be in full withdrawal, before you take Suboxone, or it can throw you into dangerous precipitated withdrawals. The FDA classifies this medication as an opiate that is most commonly used to treat drug addiction, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. Is there anything else I can help with? ## I re... ...

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Patient assistant program suboxone help

I just faxed my application in to the here to help program i pray to God i get this help. I really need it i cant keep a job because withdrawls and i cant pay for my treatment because no job. I do not have any insurance and am unemployed how long until i get a letter of approval or denial? My doctor where i go dose signed the application today and i signed it and my counselor faxed it for me. Keep Fingers crossed and prayers for me. I really need this so i can get a steady job and keep it and support my family. 1 year would be so helpful my life could change for the good in so many ways if i get this. ## I am trying to get help to pay for my Suboxone because it takes almost all the money I make to pay for the medicine and I can't pay my bills ## Hi, I was just reading your post and ... ...

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Cheap Suboxone/Subutex doctors in Louisiana

I am looking for a doctor who prescribes suboxone in the New Orleans, slidell Louisiana area. I am a single mom with no insurance, can't afford 350 a visit and prescription cost. My kids have medicaid but I don't. Thanks. ## Suboxone treatment is still pretty new, so I am not aware of any doctors that offer cheaper prices, because they do have to maintain special approval and monitoring to treat patients with it. Learn more Suboxone details here. If you're looking for a cheaper alternative, you might want to check into Methadone clinics in your area, as it is usually much cheaper, since it's been used for a very long time. Learn more Methadone details here. Does anyone else have any suggestions to add? ## dr. adriean talbot excepts all insurences if you dont have insuren... ...

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Estrogen, Suboxone and Lisinopril after partial hystorectomy

Can I take estrogen with suboxone and lisinopril? Also is it safe after a partial hystorectomy? I have had one ovary for ten years after my surgery but suffer with hot flashes and night sweats. ## Have they all been prescribed for you and are the prescribing doctors aware that you are taking them? Estrogen may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, spotting, irritability, and PMS-like symptoms. It may also elevate your blood pressure, so should only be taken with your doctor's approval. ...

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Backdated perscription

Ok I was supposed to get mine suboxone field on the 1st of this month but the insurance said there was some problem with the approval so I had to wait long story short I had to get home field on the 6 but they said they backdated it to the first does that mean that I get them filled on the first again next month or is it now on the 6th could anybody help me with this ## You should be able to get them filled 30 days from the date on the prescription. Did they give you a few to hold you over from the first until the sixth or did you have enough? It's always 30 days from the date on the prescription. ...

Updated in Suboxone
I Have A Question

I found on the web a replacement drug for oxycodone, but now I can not find it. Can anyone help me find this so I can get off the oxycodone. ## Are you possibly referring to Suboxone? It contains the active ingredients Buprenorphine and Naloxone, it is used to help treat addiction and enable people to eventually become drug free. The Buprenorphine is a narcotic, so it may cause the same side effects that others do, such as: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and dry mouth. The Naloxone is an opiate agonist, to prevent the abuse of other narcotics, while under Suboxone treatment. This medication does require a doctors approval and prescription, for treatment, because it must be used properly. Learn more: ...

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## NEED TO KNOW USES, SIDE EFFECTS, DERIVATIVE OF ? ## I was doing a lot of searching around myself; Not too much out there on Saboxone. Then I stumbled across a document which made mention of the name along with other related chemicals: Saboxone (pending FDA approval) - Naloxone (antagonist) - Buprenorphine (partial agonist) - Tx of heroin addiction (more efficacious than methadone???) These drugs are for the treatment of opiate related addictions such as Hydrocodone, Herion, etc. Found an article on Buprenorphine at Hope this helps... ## Please see the drug SUBOXONE for more information. Thank You! ## I want to get a prescription online, and dont know who would give me one? ## I erroneously clicked abuse next to Susan Ellis's nam... ...

Updated in Naloxone
will subutex block oxymorphone

I take subutex for opiate addiction but I'm still in chronic pain. Will oxymorphone be blocked by buprenorphine in subutex like it blocks other full opiate agonists? ## Hello, Robin! How are you? No, it isn't the Buprenorphine that blocks anything. I believe you're actually thinking of Suboxone, which contains Buprenorphine and Naloxone, it is the Naloxone that blocks other opiates, not the Buprenorphine. Subutex doesn't contain the Naloxone, so it doesn't block them. Oxymorphone is also a very potent narcotic, so you shouldn't take it, without your doctor's approval and supervision. If you're being treated for addiction, it may also be against the rules of your treatment contract. Is there anything else I can help with? *These medications carry the risk ... ...

Updated in Subutex

I CAN'T TAKE THE 80 OP OXYCONTIN. IF THIS IS AVAILABLE WHAT WOULD BE MY TITRATION? I TOOK 3 A DAY PLUS 30 IR's. ANY ANSWERS? ## The only thing new that could be used for pain that I am finding listed by the FDA is a new formulation of Suboxone as an orally dissolvable film. Do you remember any more details or where you read it? I am sorry, but I cannot find anything else on it, I did a search for news and drug articles. Do you remember any other details? ## yes verwon thanks for the reply. it is exalgo and it has been approved when i go anywhere to look for it is hydromorrphone analgesic, i found the site and it reccommendred all non prescription mens health care products levitra viagra ect, it gives all the info on the morphine once a day confrmed the fda approval but not under... ...

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