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PostPosted: Wed Jun 03, 2015 3:35 am 
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I've cut down an stabilized at .5 mlg suboxone of a 8 mlg film strip. Trying to get to .25 but feel horrible. I've been on it for 8 yrs maintenance only never abused . I only have 6 mlg left and no more money to see the doctor.trying to get stable at .25 and I guess then jump. Any advice on how to use my last?


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PostPosted: Wed Jun 03, 2015 8:29 am 
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Congrats on getting to .5! I can only offer the possiblility of you skipping a day between your .5 doses and then going to .25. Have you tried skipping yet?

Maybe some others will chime in with more ideas. Hang in there...you are in the home-stretch!

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Hi liftflip,

I wanted to let you know that I deleted the other two threads you had in Stopping Suboxone. We encourage folks to put their request/information in one post. Multiple posts do not result in more answers, but fewer.

I don't have any tips on how you should taper from here, but I want to urge you to have a recovery plan in mind for when you do step off.

Also, there are many threads here that you can read and find information about tapering from.

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