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PostPosted: Sat Mar 24, 2012 1:53 pm 
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I'm having problems finding accurate & consistent information regarding the 1/2 life of suboxone..... with extremes ranging from 32 hours to 60 hours. Could anyone provide accurate info? It would help me get a clearer understanding of how suboxone effects the mind/body.

Thanks to all & keep up the good fight!


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Hey JA.

The reason there's such different figures for half-life around the place, is because there is a fair degree of variability in half the half life of Sub.


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37 hours. If you go to this site: http://www.subotex.com/SuboxoneTaperChart.aspx. It will give you more information and it allows you to track your reduction. It is really kind of neat. I really hope this helps. I find if you just ask questions here no one answers you. There is lots you just have to read the blogs. Somewhere someone wrote about most things....

If you have any questions, ask I will send you or tell you what I have read.... And, Imodium help through w/d. It is an opium base that doesn't cross over the receptors. It is a good piece of information and might just help out in the end. LOL...


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