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PostPosted: Mon Jul 29, 2013 11:06 am 
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Ok so if I was on 4MG a day 7/24 and now it's 7/29 which is 5 days later.

I took 4mg 7/24, 2mg 7/25, 1mg 7/26 7/27 7/28, and now today is 7/29 and I'm either thinking of taking .5mg or none.

Would this sort of super fast taper strategy help me to get through the worst of the WD ? I had trouble sleeping the past few nights, but I don't think that'll last forever. I just want to be done.


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dzeman21 wrote:
Ok so if I was on 4MG a day 7/24 and now it's 7/29 which is 5 days later.

I took 4mg 7/24, 2mg 7/25, 1mg 7/26 7/27 7/28, and now today is 7/29 and I'm either thinking of taking .5mg or none.

Would this sort of super fast taper strategy help me to get through the worst of the WD ? I had trouble sleeping the past few nights, but I don't think that'll last forever. I just want to be done.


tough to say because everyone is different. ive tried stopping subs many times, and this time i jumped at 2mg 15 days ago and it really hasnt been too terrible. insomnia sucks and what not but what can you do? im sure someone else with more experience can chime in, but if it were me, i wouldn't take that .5mg. the whole body RLS really gets to me, and i didnt really get it this time around, and i think it might have something to do with jumping at a higher dose than normal....


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