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PostPosted: Thu Oct 10, 2013 9:27 am 
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switched to zubsolv because one of my coupons for suboxone expired, resulting in a $60 copay. yeah, not paying that. just took my first dose of the zub this morning and it feels just like sub, as it should. has anyone else hopped on this zubsolv train?


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Considering no one has answered your question yet, I'd say no. This will bump it up a bit so wait a little longer for a response.

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 11, 2013 10:34 am 
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I will have to change for sub to zub after the first of the year. How has your experience with zub been


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I have no insurance and was paying between 7 and 9 dollars per strip of suboxone for years! The trick with the zubsolv is to use the 75$ off coupon for 10 pills at a time not the whole script, then you get them for 90 cents a pill...I am saving over 500 bucks a month now...i can not believe how greedy these companies are. I have had no problem with the switch to zubsolve, I was taking 2 8mg suboxone's a day and now am taking 2 zubsolves a day with no problems at all. I am so happy that suboxone finally has come competition, maybe they will lower there prices now, I mean they been ripping off people that need help for years!


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Last month my doc gave me my regular script plusba script for 15 zub tablets with a coupon for 15free tabs. I like them lots but still dont kow if im gonna switch. Im on the actavis tabs and like em .


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 11, 2014 1:23 pm 
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okay been spelling it wrong zubsolv I had all the letters just wrong place (subzolv). now I tried them for approx. 8- 10 weeks due to their coupon but I found that they wore off fast.

now I am on generic sub actavis and so far (2 weeks) they seem to do the job as far as lasting for pain management .


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