I can't find the answer to this anywhere on the internet, so I figured that I would put the question out there and hopefully get some kind of response. I, like most suboxone patients, have received the orange hexagonal pill for the last year. Now I am being forced to switch to a generic version because my health insurance won't pay for anything else. I have to inject my suboxone. When I use it sublingually, I get such terrible canker sores that I can't eat or speak without tremendous pain. I tried using it rectally, which seemed to work for awhile, but this led to a pain in my side (which I didn't associate with the suboxone for moths). After getting a colonoscopy, I was told that I had ulcerate colitis. Once I discontinued that method of administration, the pain went away. Suboxone eats away at my body wherever I use it. Injection seems to work, but I'm sure it's doing damage that I'm not noticing. But, I'd rather not notice the injury than the other two options, which have been horrible for me.
So, anyways, I want to know if anyone have injected these new generics without experiencing any side effects. I am really interested in the inactive ingredients in these pills, but I can't get a hold of the manufacturer. I've called maybe 10 numbers, none of which worked. I am out of options, and I need help.