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PostPosted: Mon Nov 09, 2009 5:52 pm 
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as i started tapering off suboxone i noticed my w/ds came alot faster than most ive heard. I start feeling reduction in about a day or less. could it be a fast metabolism or is this more a mental thing.When i drop my dose the tiniest crumb i have stomach cramps within hours!Has anybody else experienced this?


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Hi. I too have a very fast metabolizim. I do not know how fast, but I do know with food and meds its always quicker for me. Oxy's never lasted 12 hours, etc etc..... I noticed that I CAN wait over 24 hours even with my fast metab. in between doses of subs (if something comes up and my next dose gets delayed for whatever reason(s)). Some have said that they feel effects wear off less than a day, and I sometimes wonder if the maximum absorbtion is taking place. I guess this has alot to do with the effects of suboxone as far as I understand it.

I guess this really did not help you much, but just wanted to let you know about my experiences. I am not a doctor or expert, just a recovering addict on suboxone for just over 6 months. Good luck and take care!!

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