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PostPosted: Sat Feb 20, 2010 10:13 am 
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mixing suboxone with water


in trying to take .5mg but it is hard with the 8mg tabs so can you mix an 8mg tab with 8mgs of water and just take out a .5 mg daily???



I saw this post under Misc. thought it should be here?

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As far as I know suboxone is less addictive. Doctors taper the dose for the patient at a very slow rate. Sometimes even down to dosage's as small as 1mg. This eliminates any physical discomfort of withdrawal. Addiction therapy continues to help with any psychological dependence.It is very dangerous to the health.I have taken some small piece of suboxone.

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