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PostPosted: Wed Jun 06, 2012 1:17 pm 
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about smelling things... i think i read on this forum that another person who was detoxing from suboxone would get a weird smell in their nose at times. And I know when I was detoxing with a juice fast, I kept getting this weird smell for the first few days. My girlfriend said she never smelt it, so im not sure what it was exactly.


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PostPosted: Wed Jun 06, 2012 6:16 pm 
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For my money, the fast taper was awesome. If I had it to do over again, I would take less suboxone. I dont think I needed as much as I was told to take. I took 80mg in 8 days, with 4mg on my last day. Not a single WD symptom for at least 12 days. Sure gets you off on the right foot.

I still have a script cause I've had two very painful back surgeries and then a bad car accident. I'm not saying I wont ever take it again, I'm saying I wont ever take it everyday as prescribed. If I do choose to use it for max pain, it will be on a case by case basis, never more than once or twice a week. I doubt I will use it, but I dont wanna just toss it out either. Some days I'm in a lot of pain and should take one or two, but not this close to being almost fully detoxed. I'm biting the bullet for at least 60 days.

Smells. Ya, WTF? I smell it right now. Its a sharp odor. Like sniffing glue or paint thinner. Really weird.

If I had it to do over again, I'd do it very similarly.

Hope this helps

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Ozzy619 wrote:
Glad youre doing good, I was always curious about a quick taper from subs. Why do you stillhave a script in your cabinet?


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