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 Post subject: Dosing more often?
PostPosted: Sat Apr 27, 2013 10:47 am 
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I wanted to get opinions about how other people dose..because I have no insurance I try to stretch my script for as long as possible....I tear tiny pieces off of a 2 mg strip 3 or 4 times a day...every time I start feeling the gross feeling I take a small piece and it usually last about 4 hours. I have tried dosing one time a day in the morning but I find I have to take a huge amount for it to even last 8 hours! My theory is its better to take a small amount of subs then to take a huge dosage just for the purpose of dosing once a day. But then again I am experiences horrible low t and side effects. May this has something to do with it?... Also does anyone have any ideas for supplements for this low t problem.


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PostPosted: Sun Apr 28, 2013 1:40 am 
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Hi Joey,

You must have one of those fast metabolisms if the Sub wears off in 8 hours. What you are doing now sounds about the best way to go if you want to save money.

The Suboxone and low T has been discussed here many times. As far as I know there is no current evidence of Suboxone causing low testosterone. That doesn't mean it isn't a contributing factor, just no conclusive studies done. There is a fairly current thread about it by Moviemaker1. Check the Index under Side Effects. As far as a supplement is concerned, no one has apparently posted anything about it so I guess not. Those here who have low T are being treated by their physician for it. A blood test needs to be done, etc.

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