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PostPosted: Fri Oct 14, 2016 9:01 pm 
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Here's the web address. The so-called 8/2mg come as 8/1 and 2/1 in the foil marked 8/2.

http://www.accessdata.fda.gov/scripts/c ... result.cfm


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PostPosted: Fri Oct 14, 2016 11:30 pm 
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Hey 321,

You are reading it wrong. First, Suboxone does not come in a 3mg/1mg dose. Second, the '12 mg/1, 3 mg/1' from your citation from the FDA link means there is 12mg bup per each film in each pouch and 3mg naloxone per same film in the same pouch. In that 1 film, there is both 12mg bup and 3mg nx. Same for 8mg bup and 2mg nx

12496-1212-3
12496= Labler (Individior = manufacturer)
1212 = Product code (the first digits are type -- capsule, tablet, film etc...12 = film, the next are dosage = 12 = 12mg bup and 3mg nx)
3 = carton of 30.

Each number has a specific meaning per the FDA's SPL (Structured Product Labling)

SUBOXONE film is supplied as an orange rectangular film with a white printed logo in four dosage strengths
in polyester/foil laminated pouches:

NDC 12496-1202-3 (buprenorphine/naloxone 2 mg/0.5 mg/film; content expressed in terms of free base) - 30 films per carton
NDC 12496-1204-3 (buprenorphine/naloxone 4 mg/1 mg/film; content expressed in terms of free base) - 30 films per carton
NDC 12496-1208-3 (buprenorphine/naloxone 8 mg/2 mg/film; content expressed in terms of free base) - 30 films per carton
NDC 12496-1212-3 (buprenorphine/naloxone 12 mg/3 mg/film; content expressed in terms of free base) - 30 films per carton

If you check the back of your foil, the mg dose in the NDC # will match the dose stated on the front and will match the dose on your Dr's script.

Sorry you are having a hard time w this med this time around for you.

Wishing you my best, P

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