Suboxone Film or Tabs, Whats The Difference?
Suboxone sublingual tablets are made up of buprenorphine and naloxone. Suboxone tablets were approved by the FDA in 2002 and have been used ever since to help thousands if not millions of people overcome there opiate addiction. Suboxone tablets are a schedule III narcotic and primarily used in private office-based treatment.
Suboxone film is a newer version of the opiate fighting suboxone family and was just approved by the FDA in 2010. Many people not only find the suboxone film easier to manage but it also comes in a child proof container and 71% of people who took the
pepsi, err suboxone challenge said the film was the same or better tasting then the classic suboxone tablet. Even with all these pro’s and the fact that the suboxone film dissolves faster then the classic suboxone tablet you will still find people that sweat by the tablet.
For some people, and I am one of them, if it isnt broken why try and fix it. Now that you know the differences between the suboxone tablet and the suboxone films what do you think, would you make the switch? If you were first trying suboxone would you want to try the 9 year proven tablet or would you go for the latest and greatest been on the market for one year suboxone film? Again, I look forward to your comment and thoughts.
This is just one of many articles that are going to be written about suboxone and the other medications used to treat opiate addiction.