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PostPosted: Thu Oct 04, 2012 1:53 am 
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I'm new on here, and it was suggested to check out rear view section for people tapering off sub.. So I hope I found the right forum.. I started taking .125 in the am and now the pm, for the past 2 days... I hve actually tapered down from 8mg.... .and what im wondering is, if I even tapering right... Because the past 2 days hvnt been good at all... I've been feeling pretty yucky... I was at .25 mg for a few weeks before I was able to go down to .125.... Im also just trying to find the easiest amt to be able to jump off sub...


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Hey there,,,,,,,,,,

your definitely in the right place :wink:

yes, you'll want to look in the "stopping suboxone" section, and "bupe in the rearview"

they both have stories and taper schedules people have used,,,,,,,, both stories of people having a rough go of things, and stories of people having a pretty mild experience.

Clicking around and reading a few stories would probably be the best thing to start with.
And Im sure you'll have some more people write on here, and get you some advice.

Most people say to listen to your body, and if your feeling really crappy, then you've dropped too low, too fast.
on the other hand the general 'conesus' seems to be,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
the experience 'mild' w/d the entire time while tapering slowly,,,,,,
OR experience 'moderate' (to severe) w/d while jumping from a high dose.

There's lots of support here, no matter which way you decide to go!!!!!!!!

good luck
your doing great so far :wink:

and just post any questions you may have, that you dont find the answers to elsewhere!!!

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I just realized, I already answered you somewhere else :roll:
whoops

anyways, heres a good thread to read

when you have some time..........................

http://suboxforum.com/viewtopic.php?t=296

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Welcome, Tania! I'm not surprised that you're feeling a little yucky after your latest taper. Even these small jumps toward the end of your taper are pretty major to your body. I would stabilize on .125 before I went any lower or jumped. It's a process for sure. You're doing awesome!

So it's 4 days later now. How are you feeling today?

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