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 Post subject: Day # 4 off of subs
PostPosted: Thu Sep 09, 2010 12:19 pm 
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I am not feeling as bad as everyone has posted I would. I mean I do feel like crap but nothing compared to kicking 60 Vicodin a day back in 1996. I just have no energy. I am going to force myself to walk and maybe go to the gym. Thank God for Clonidine!!!!!!!!
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Glad to hear you're doing well. Yeah, those "sub w/d will make your eyes fall out" horror stories are a bit extreme aren't they? :lol: Most people around here have said the same thing as you've said, that's it's nothing compared to w/d from full agonists.

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 Post subject: The worst part
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The worst part for me was the extra length of time. Previous withdrawals from full antagonists would only last 72 hours or so. Sub lasted 5 days, but no where near the intensity of H. It was more a lack of energy and a general crappy feeling for 5-6 days. I felt completely normal by day 7.


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