It is a white round pill with an 8 on one side and an arrow on the other side.
What Is This pill - With '8 and a arrow Imprint?
Question posted by lover gurl69 on 18 Aug 2011
Last updated on 16 February 2012 by Kenny60
Buprenorphine hydrochloride (sublingual) 8 mg.
Buprenorphine is used in the treatment of opiate dependence; pain and belongs to the drug class narcotic analgesics
It is 8 mg. subutux, which is buprenorphine, used to treat opiate addiction. It is similar to suboxone, but without the ingredient that stops a person from "shooting" it. Most doctors would not prescribe it without total assurance that the patient would not inject it. It is an opiate blocker. However, it is an opiate, so it does relieve pain. When on buprenorphine, other opiates, such as percocet, percodan, oxycontin, etc. would be useless, as it blocks them from the receptors. It is also used to treat opiate overdose. (I am not a medical professional. I am a patient on subutex, and this info is correct to the best of my knowledge.)
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