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PostPosted: Sun Feb 17, 2013 11:47 am 
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I think I might have finally broken thru this film barrier and feel something. Here is my new ROA for films. Take a 4mg strip and cutt into 4 pieces-1mg pieces. First start off with one under the tungue. Then wait 15-20 minutes for that to pass and take another strip and dissolve in 2cc warm water. This one gets insufflated. Then wait 15 minute and dissolve another in ethanol, then take. Another 15 minutes and take the last strip in front lip. This is alot of work but harnessing all membranes of absorbtion and seems to give similar effect as tablets. Hopefully over time I can lower this dose back to 2 mg like I'm used to with tablets. Finally making some progress but def time consuming and alot of work compared to taking one tablet. Thanks for all your tips and advice.


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 20, 2013 1:16 pm 
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Well I finally getting used to these films and have my dose down to 6mg a day. 4 in a.m. then 2 at night. This seems to keep me level all day-24hours. It still doesnt feel as strong as the tablets for me and not too happy my dose trippled as result of switching to sub films. Everyone has diff experience with these but I cant see staying on films for long period. If I had to would make it work but going to try switching to subutex tablets. Hopefully its no big deal with insurance. I really dont think it should be. Subutex is the same amount of bup and costs almost half the price of suboxone due to the generic manufacturing of it. We'll see how it goes but that only other bup my ins covers. Seems if your ins approved 8 mg if suboxone already switching to subutex should be no problem. They going to save alot of money and drugs are almost the same minus that nasty naloxone that suboxone has.


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