FDA Approved Drugs and User Comments: ZUBSOLV

User Comments:


For Opiate Dependence “I have been on opiates for 17 years after a truck rear-ended me from a dead stop..I went to this pain doctor who is to help me get off the pain pills not to keep you on them. I started a few weeks ago, using zubsolv 5.7-12.1.4, I did my research on this drug and found it to be stronger than the subs..I must say how easy it is and was for me to adjust to them. It is a very clean drug treatment .I take three a day, still a little pain I do have, but to me this is a God send..for me this is not about getting a buzz, like I see so many do with the subs..first month, I am keeping a logged paper back book for me to write down my problems if I have any…”

mac666 (taken for less than 1 month) February 25, 2018


For Opiate Dependence “Please do not take this medicine with a SSRI else you may get serotonin syndrome. for example: Luvox CR”

He February 18, 2018


For Opiate Dependence “I started out on Suboxone strips at 12 mg a day( 4mg three a day) yes the subs worked but I absolutely hated taking them. They take forever to dissolve and tasted awful. I would almost rather go through oxy W/D than have to take a Sub. So I struggled taking subs as they were prescribed so I kept using for the majority of the time I was prescribed simply bc I thought they were that disgusting, not saying they weren’t effective when I did take them. Anyways, recently I switched insurance companies and they didn’t cover Suboxone so I had to switch to ZUBSOLV……WOW wish I knew about this a long time ago! I actually almost enjoy taking Zubsolv (I take 1 5.7/1.4mg pill a day) It tastes like one of those wintergreen lifesavers and dissolves waaaay quicker than Suboxone. I am extremely grateful for this medication. ZUBSOLV is a game changer.”

Mick1010 February 15, 2018


For Opiate Dependence “I’m on Zubsolve for the first month. I was prescribed 5.7 mg 1 and a half times a day. I tried that dose, and almost went into full withdrawals. I’ve been taking 12 mg of Suboxone strips for a year now. And all of a sudden my insurance wanted me to switch. Today is day 22 and I’ve used all my meds. I left a message with my Doc and have not heard back yet. I wouldn’t recommend this med to anyone. I’m in full withdrawal right now, and I’m going to a new doc on Friday. Please say no to it, I’ve been fine on 12 mg of suboxone until now!”

MsMark (taken for 2 to 5 years) January 24, 2018


For Opiate Dependence “I have been suffering with opiate addiction my whole life having been to 9 different rehabs in 9 years. Always relapsed. I have been sober since starting zubsolv a year and a half ago. No cravings, no side effects. I hate that I have to take a pill every day (2x a day) but I have a life again. after reading these comments, it seems like the only people who hate zubsolv are the ones that started off with suboxen and switched to this. from my experience, suboxen withdrawals are just as bad as or worse than heroin withdrawals, so I would guess that suboxen is just stronger or has different chemical make up (that I personally wouldn’t trust) and that zubsolv doesn’t exactly match up with.”

DTron (taken for 1 to 2 years) December 26, 2017


For Opiate Dependence “I finally checked myself into a clinic after 5 years. I have chronic pain issues, but I just couldn’t take it anymore, I had to be off of the 75-90mg a day Percocet habit. My doctor prescribed the Zubsolv (15 free while we wait for my PA with my insurance). He said I could take the meds at 12hrs but I was so afraid of precipitated withdrawals that I decided to wait 24hrs. My husband held my hand while I cried uncontrollably because of the shaking awful WD’s I was in, and I have serious medication anxiety and I was so scared. As soon as I popped it under my tongue it began breaking down. The flavor was pleasant enough. Within just moments I felt like a new person. Highly recommend so far!!”

ShayBay7 (taken for less than 1 month) November 3, 2017

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