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PostPosted: Fri Feb 05, 2010 1:21 am 
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Is their a difference in effectiveness.I have been on subutex for 4years 12 to 16 mg daily i dont' abuse it it i try to take less i am arecovering heroin addict i have been clean for 25 years but i am now in my 60's and have chronic pain thats why i/m on the subutex .I am thinking of switching to the generic but i don't want 60 8mg tablets that don't work as well .please reply someone. MY dr. and I are friends he doesn't know anything about the effectivness of the generic


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Hi. I Just posted this on another link but It might be helpful for you. I have found that the generic do not work as well. I did not like them at all. Last month I switch from 8mgs of Suboxone "Subutex with and extra inactive drug" And it did not go well. First off they tasted horrible, but more importantly they were not as effective. I found myself needing more and more to get the same effect. I had almost dubbled my dose. What good is a cheaper price if you have to take twice as much. I called my doctor and switched back after about a week. I hope this helps. Personally I would say don't waist your money.


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