The pharmacy gave me a new kind of Buprenorhine and it's a small white round pill that has a 8 on one side and an arrow on the other? This is still the same pills isn't it???
What do Buprenorphine sublingual pills look like?
Added 13 Jan 2012:
I was also wondering if anyone could help me with any information about getting help paying for my pills? I tryed the up to 75% but it only helped a very little, not 75% at all!!! I work part time and I'm stressed!!!! Can anybody help me? It's for my Buprenorphine 8mg.....I'm waiting to see if P.A.C. will help me but they told me that it will be another 3 weeks or less.
There is a generic version of Subutex (buprenorphine hydrochloride sublingual tablets) manufactured by Ethypharm S.A. that matches your description.
8 mg - White, round, biconvex uncoated tablets with "8" debossed on one side and a dart "→" debossed on the other side
- Buprenorphine Information for Consumers
- Buprenorphine Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Buprenorphine (detailed)
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