Thread: Zubsolv

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    Quick question: Was wondering if anybody has had any success using Zubsolv, either as a quick taper or maintenance med. I was
    given (well, I paid the good doctor a tidy sum first!) a script for it last year and still can't bring myself to start taking it. Which brings
    me to my next question: will the meds still work? They are in a blister pak. Thank you.
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    Apr 2011
    Well Zubsolv is same as buprenorphine and there are plenty of success stories of either ORT and tapering with buprenorphine.

    Most drugs will have expirary date either on package or in the blisters. Year is a short time for drug to be out of date.
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    It's the same as bupe just made by a different company. Should work fine. Take all the precautions you would for bupe when inducting to avoid precipitated withdrawal
    Addicted? Want to stop? We can help! Come to the sober living forum!
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    Thank you for the quick replies! I am trying to psyche myself up for detoxing this weekend. I have a couple extra days off for the 4th of July holiday and I don't know when I will have a chunk of
    time like this again. I hope five days is enough to stabilize on the Zub and get myself back to work. I'm so tired of this and yet that fear of being in withdrawal is a motherf#cker. I know I have to lay off
    the heroin before induction. If not now....when?!? Anyway, thanks and this site is awesome. I've been a lurker for years.
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    Just thought I'd mention, I was on zubsolv for about a year. I've also tried brand-name suboxone and generics...honestly I never found a difference among those options, in terms of efficacy.
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