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 Post subject: FILMS TO PILLS TO FILMS
PostPosted: Fri Feb 17, 2012 10:31 pm 
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IS IT OK TO GO FROM TAKING THE FILMS EVERY DAY TO THE PILLS SOME DAYS THEN BACK TO FILMS SOME DAYS? ONLY REASON IS IM ABLE TO GET ALOT OF PILLS FROM A FRIEND WHO WAS TAKING THEM BUT GOT OFF AND IVE BEEN ON THE FILMS FOR 4 MONTHS NOW.... JUST WANT TO SAVE MULA $$$$$
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anyone?????


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There wouldn't be any huge problem. But you might need to account for, or at least be aware of, the differences in bioavailability.

Basically, the film is stronger. Not because it contains more bupe, but because we absorb more bupe when we take the film. I read the amount we absorb is around 20-30% more.

If you don't adjust your dose, there may be a stabilisation period each time you switch - ie when switching from film too pills you may have some mild uncomfortable withdrawal effects for a few days. It'd be a feeling like dropping from 8mg to 6mg... then when switching back you may feel more bupe effects, like a mild buzz and maybe some mild increased side-effects as if you were going back up to 8mg.

To minimise this, it might be better to switch each alternating day. That way your overall stacked levels would stay on an even level, and you might not have to restabilise as much.

Let us know how you go.


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tearj3rker wrote:

To minimise this, it might be better to switch each alternating day. That way your overall stacked levels would stay on an even level, and you might not have to restabilise as much.

Let us know how you go.


Sounds like good advice


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