just got the new suboxone strips and they are supposed to be 30% more effective anybody on these and re they better than the pills?
- 28 Sep 2010 by oxyaaron
- 22 January 2020
well so far thestrips are doing about the same as the pills but i am getting more headaches since i started the strips i am going to wait and see what happens
Let me know how these work for you. I go back for my 1 month appt. in a week and was going to see about getting switched so it would be nice to hear some info from someone actually taking them
After many years of Suboxone therapy I am highly disappointed with the film. Firstly, it is a defective product. Suboxone film cracks and crumbles, the film is sometimes in brittle pieces when the packet is opened. I have contacted Reckitt, the distributor, and they are "looking into the issue" at the manufacturing facility.
If the physical structure of the film can not remain intact then I can guarantee you that the pharmacological chemistry of the product is also compromised. Bad news!
The tablets were much more effective, and didn't leave your tongue feeling numb and sore.
All things considered, the film is an inferior product to the sublingual tablets.
I have no problem with the strips as a matter fact they are more effective then the generic form( pill form )...
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