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PostPosted: Tue Dec 06, 2011 3:50 pm 
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Hey everyone. I'm new here, so I hope this is done right.. I just wanted to discuss my recent sub doses, and length of time. I had detoxed from Opana, at about 120mg a day. I've been on the subs for 14 days, as of today. I've gone through a sub detox before, about an exact year to this date. I used a lot heavier of a dose then though, as I was using WAY heavier.

Anyway, to get straight to it, I realize the best way to avoid sub withdrawal is short term, and smaller doses. I'm trying to find out from anyone here, what to possibly expect when I make the jump right now. Is it going to get very bad? Or mild, or what? The sub withdrawals of course.. I figured/hoped, that inside of 14 days and as low of doses as possible I could make out "ok" but who ever knows with this crap. I'm just tired of "detoxing/kicking" and cant hang with the withdrawals anymore.

Here's my breakdown in days to sub/mg.

Day1- 3.5mg, Day2- 2mg, Day3- 2mg, Day4- 1.5mg, Day5- 1.5mg, Day6- .5mg, Day7- .75mg, Day8- .25mg, Day9- .25, 36 hours later on Day10- .25mg, Day11- .15mg, Day12- .15, Day13- .10mg, today Day 14- 0mg so far.

Please give me some feedback on this short term taper, and what to maybe expect in the next few days..


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