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ZUBSOLV 5.7
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I was on subutex 8mg and ive been reading about these new subutexs with the 8 and the arrow on them. I got a different kind there zubsolv 5.7 mg/1.4 mg? I dont understand is one of these pills equal to a 8 mg? There small white round tablet imprinted with 5.7 on the front? ## Subutex contains just the narcotic Buprenoprhine as the active ingredient, so an 8mg tablet of it contains that much of the Buprenorphine… Where the Zubsolv is actually an equivalent to Suboxone, because it contains the Buprenorphine (in this case 5.7mgs) and Naloxone (in this case 1.4mgs). Learn more Subutex details here. Learn more Suboxone details here. So no, they aren't equal to the 8mg Subutex tablets. This medication is a narcotic opiate, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause si... ...
Updated 13 days ago in Zubsolv.
Tue, Nov 07 '17, 4:52 PM
new to zubsolv 5.7 mg
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i just started zubsolv and i love it. most pharmacy's did not carry it. however, it can be ordered overnight. most insurance covers it but may need a pre-aurthorization. its much easier to take then suboxan tabs or strips. you still put it under your tongue but it dissolve quickly. it did burn at first but this went away after a couple minutes and there's no gross glue aftertaste like sub. strips. the 5.7mg. is confusing at first. i contacted Orexo, the company that makes zubsolve. they explained that its simply a different formulation. you are actually absorbing 8 mg.......good luck to all !!! ## Hi Diana, I’m glad to hear that your experience with ZUBSOLV has been positive so far. I have worked in addiction treatment for several years with my area of expertise being medi... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Zubsolv.
Fri, Aug 01 '14, 7:51 PM
zubsolv
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Im thinking of switching from strips to zubsolv next month because I have no insurance is there anyone whos switched and liked it? ## It is the same, just under a different formulation and brand name, so it should work the same. 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. Is there a big price difference? ## I know you posted this a long time ago, but if you haven't switched, I would not recommend it. I did and it is awful. I was down to between 2 to 4 mgs of suboxone a day. My ins stopped paying for them so 3 weeks ago my doc switched me to zubsolv, telling me that it's the same even better. He said stronger and easier to get off of. I got 30 5.7 tabs and ... ...
Updated 7 months ago in Zubsolv.
Wed, Mar 22 '17, 7:47 AM
Zubsolv conspiracy
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I wonder if this medication is what they say it is I feel a conspiracy??? Anyone else??? ## Absolutely!!! I was on 2 mg suboxone films for at least 5 years, until Independant Health decided to go to bed with the makers of zubsolv. It DOES NOT work the same way!!! The meds half life is not at long at sub was. I could go a day and a half without feeling withdrawal symptoms when on suboxone. Not zubsolv!!! After 24 hours I had major withdrawal! Plus they made it impossible to wean off of zubsolv! At least with the zub films you could cut off pieces to wean. What do you do w that tiny white tablet??? Thank you crap healthcare system we have in the US. Insurance companies really have is all by the balls. Think Im just gonna end up paying out of pocket for suboxone. I know it works! ## March ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Zubsolv.
Sat, Feb 13 '16, 7:18 AM
tapering off zubsolv
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I'm on Zubsolv, 5.7 mg 2×day. I'm wondering if anyone knows how to taper off this drug? I've been on it for a year now and want to get off of it. My doc seems keeps telling me that " Well you know, your really suppose to be taking 3 ×s a day bc your parking spots aren't fully blocked." I feel like he's pushing me on this drug and to keep taking it. I'm ready to get off it now so if anyone know what does to go down to, please help. Thanks for reading! Btw, this drug did help me get off from hydrocodone. I'm a chronic pain patient in lower back. Did wonders for me but I'm ready to move on! ## Hi Robin, I think it's wise that you're staying mindful of your Dr's motives behind choosing to keep you on this medication. If you get t... ...
Updated 4 months ago in Zubsolv.
Tue, Jul 11 '17, 3:37 PM
suboxone and zubsolv
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I was going to a sub dr for 3 yrs best doctor ive ever met ... he went to jail 6 months ago n i have an appt monday with a new one but i was able to get suboxone while trying to find a new dr which might i add $1000 for the first visit is just ridiculous... should i go for the strips or zubsolv? ## I take 2 zubsolvs 5.7 mg tablets a day. I used to take the 8mg suboxone strips. Trust me stick with the suboxone. I would rather have 1 suboxone strip than 2 zubsolv tabs but my insurance doesn't cover suboxone. ## Omg subzolve SUCKS ive been on suboxone for a few years and my ins wont cover it anymore so now im suppose to be on subzolve and it has done NOTHING but throw in wicked withdrawal. Stick to subs id do anything for suboxone back ## I think it's a little ironic that the "... ...
Updated 3 months ago in Zubsolv.
Fri, Aug 11 '17, 6:56 PM
zubsolv does one have 5721 and 93 on it
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round white pill numbers 5721 one side 93 other side is it zubsolv pill ## 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. ## 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 cert... ...
Updated 8 months ago in Zubsolv.
Fri, Mar 17 '17, 1:40 PM
Withdrawals from Zubsolv
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I was taking 2-scripts for oxy and now taking Zubsolv but just ran out after 65 days. I'm miserable not as bad as withdrawal from oxy but bad enough. I've got cold chills and sweating at the same time. Horrible feeling. Did anyone on here experience this when they were finished with Zubsolv? ## Hello, Matt! How are you? Zubsolv contains a very potent narcotic, Buprenorphine, so yes, it will cause withdrawals if you suddenly stop taking it, without tapering off very slowly. 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. What dosage were you taking? ## Hi, I was on hydrocodone 10 mg and 100 mg nyucenta. The reason I was on those is because I have had 2 foot/ank... ...
Updated 4 months ago in Zubsolv.
Fri, Jun 23 '17, 7:20 AM
Information on new Zubsolv pills- 8/2 mg & 12/3 mg
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I went to my doc in hopes of getting the new 8/2 mg or 12/3 mg because I'm on the 5.7/1.4 mg dose and have been taking more than prescribed and got shut down. She told me that because they were so strong the only way to get them was in a controlled environment, I'm guessing rehab. I honestly believe that they just haven't taken the new certification test to prescribe these stronger pills though. Advice for anyone that plans to ask for these higher doses, I've read that they won't switch you if you are on more than two 5.7/1.4 mg pills a day. Seems a little backwards but that's all the info I've gotten so far. If my docs decide to get certified to prescribe these higher dosages I'll let you know. If anyone has any more info please post. Have a great day. ...
Updated 2 years ago in Zubsolv.
Wed, Jul 29 '15, 11:52 AM
Is it safe to take four 1.4 mg zubsolv in one day?
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Is it safe to take four 1.4 mg zubsolv in a 24 hour period? I just started taking it today for the first time. I have bad chronic pain and am trying to get off of hydrocodone (10 mg / 6-7 times a day). ...
Updated 11 months ago in Zubsolv.
Mon, Dec 05 '16, 6:23 PM
Zubsolv for pain management
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I have recently started going to pain management and the doctor has put me on buprenorphine. Insurance won't pay for it, so the next thing is Zubsolv. I don't care for this drug, it makes me very drowsy and doesn't really do alot for my pain. In addition to that, most of what I find on the Internet about zubsolv is that it is for opiate dependence. I'm looking for those that have used it for pain....anyone? ## Zubsolv contains Buprenorphine and Naloxone, so it should also work for you. The FDA warns that it carries the risk of being habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth, and constipation. What other medications have you tried? ## I also take it for pain mgmt BC my husband started taking my oxycodones. It does not last I ... ...
Updated 10 months ago in Zubsolv.
Tue, Dec 27 '16, 7:44 AM
Zubsolv withdrawal and Prozac
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I had knee replacement surgery in March. I got up to high dosages of oxy (100 mg/day of the short acting 10mg pink pills). I wanted to get off the oxy without tapering for weeks so I went to a doctor who prescribed Zubsolv, because it would be "easy" to withdraw from. I was only on Zubsolv for 10 days, my highest dosage was 3-4 of the sublingual/day. He told me to taper for two days and quit. It has been seven days and there is no end sight of the withdrawal symptoms. In fact today is the worst day. I've been on Prozac for years and continue to take my regular dosage (30 mg). Could this be prolonging my withdrawal? Also, how long can this possibly last? I have two kids, one autistic and have been bedridden and haven't eaten in 4 days. ## Hello, Richard! How are you doing... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Zubsolv.
Thu, Jun 25 '15, 1:40 PM
Hard time staying asleep on zubsolv
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Started zubsolv 3 weeks ago after taking subs for 6 years. I would only take a quarter to half of 8mg sub every 24 hours and would sleep like a baby all night. On these zubsolv's I'm lucky to sleep 2 hours then wake up for an hour then back to bed for another 2 hours. Very frustrating! My dr. Has me on 3 5.7 mg a day and it seems to me that only 2-4 mg of suboxone a day was working better for me. Anybody have any similar thoughts on this? ## I have moderate severe back/ hip pain and legs too. A couple fusions , a pump.Been thru several pain drs.once I got a pump and then had it out. So , having a time getting a pain Dr. Have appt.for just consult with one in 2 wks. I was going to try a suboxone Dr. But decided against when I heard I had to come off klonopin . Taken this 21 yrs, ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Zubsolv.
Tue, Nov 24 '15, 1:57 PM
Zubsolv - is it safe to use 20 hrs after an opiate
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It's been 20 hrs since I used an opiate. Am I safe to take my zubsolve I have been prescribed. ## This medication cannot be taken, until you are in full withdrawal, otherwise, it could throw you into dangerous precipitated withdrawals. There is no specific time frame that I can give you, because it can vary from person to person. The FDA warns that this medication carries the risk of being habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth and constipation. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Yes - take 1 soon as you start to feel withdrawals. ## I've been taking 8mg Suboxone now I have 5.7 mg zibsolve how am I gonna feel kinda scared after reading the post ...
Updated 1 year ago in Zubsolv.
Tue, Sep 27 '16, 6:16 PM
how long after taking zubsolv can you use opiate
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I do not see the answers to this question. You have to be in full blown withdrawals. I wanted something to get of 40 mg of oxycodone and then the doctor told me I could have withdrawals if I took too soon so your going to be in withdrawals anyway. Im scared. What kind of drug can you take so you don't get that opioid withdrawal syndrome. Wish sounds as about as scary as withdrawals ## Tunpuli, Well no matter how you proceed you will have to experience some level of Withdrawl Before you can transition to one of these ORT medications. It is highly advisable to seek care with a trained medical provider so they Can initiate treatment at the appropriate time.Good luck in this new Phase of your life. ## @tupuli, Re: "how long after taking zubsolv can you use opiate" With all due r... ...
Updated 3 months ago in Zubsolv.
Tue, Aug 15 '17, 4:25 PM
Took 1/2 of a 1.4 zubsolv one time then 4 hydrocodone
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I took one half of a 1.4 mg zubsolv yesterday morning then within twelve hours took 4 5/325 hydrocodones ! Im experincing withdrawl systems like runny nose nausea n headache . Any idea on how long they will last ? One time thing here also ! ...
Updated 2 years ago in Zubsolv.
Fri, May 01 '15, 7:41 AM
How long after taking opiates can I take a zubsolv?
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I just got prescribed zubsolv and my last dose of opiates was last night around 6pm. It's now 10:30 the next morning. Can I take it now or do I have to wait till I start going into withdrawal more? How many hours do I have to wait after opiates until I can take zubsolv? ## Hello, Rebecca! How are you? You must be in full withdrawal, before you can take Zubsolv, otherwise it may throw you into dangerous precipitated withdrawals. The FDA warns that this medication carries the risk of being habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth, and constipation. Is there anything else I can help with? ## My quistion is i take alot of lortabs but i took a half of the 5.7 subsolve today at 11 am its now midnight almost i just took two 10 mg hydrocodone/... ...
Updated 5 days ago in Zubsolv.
Wed, Nov 15 '17, 7:53 AM
Trying to get the courage to stop suboxone (zubsolv)
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I've been on suboxone (now zubsolv) for a couple of years now. I really want to get off of them, but without them I'm extremely depressed and have absolutely no energy. I've tapered myself down from 2 mg to now .25 of one zubsolv. I have been on this quarter for one week Sunday. Im so scared of withdrawals, and I am in a situation where withdrawing heavily isn't an option. I am in an extremely difficult program in school, while also doing clinicals. I am in school or clinicals 5 days a week 40 hours a week. I got into pain pills when I was 18 because my boyfriend was taking them. We were both on 30 mg a day. We are both now on the suboxone (zubsolv). He gets prescribed them, but we both take them. With my school situation, I'm petrified that I will be denied into the... ...
Updated 11 months ago in Suboxone.
Tue, Nov 22 '16, 5:54 PM
i took 1 2 a zubsolv today at 2am and the other half 6 days ago how long before can use rest of my p15s?
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I used a half of a zubsolv 5.7-1.4 mg tablet today at 2am and the other half was taken 6 days ago. I dislocated my shoulder and I have 4 p15s left to use being as though I can't afford to go to a dr. How long do you think before the zubsolv wears off and I can use the p15? ## Hi Ryan, This is just my own opinion based on what I've been hearing on some of these other related threads. But depending on how long you've been on Zubsolv, it's generally best to wait at least a few days to a week or so between taking Zubsolv (buprenorphine + naloxone) and other opiates in order to receive their full effects. This is primarily because of buprenorphine's long half life of 24 to 42 hours; at which point half of whatever dose you took will be eliminated from your body, and half ... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Zubsolv.
Fri, Nov 07 '14, 10:44 AM
white round pill 93 5721
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As far as the zubsolv go they are 5.7/1.4 mg. That's why they're less potent because of less medicine. They claim the bioavailability is higher but I disagree. Zubsolv are junk. ## I like them. If used correctly they work just fine, but if misused they can give you a headache and are junk. I take them so they do work. ## This is not true. I received 8.6 mg, the highest ones I know of zubsolv. My doctor asked me to try it for one month and they were the strongest form of bupe I've ever taken. I took one and a half the first day because I was skeptical and man I was zooming but insurance wouldn't cover it so it was way too expensive. So I went back to the white 93 or whatever generic they have for me. What's funny is I got the strips for 3 years and all of a sudden the... ...
Updated 9 months ago in Zubsolv.
Tue, Jan 31 '17, 9:07 AM

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