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PostPosted: Sat Dec 14, 2013 3:00 pm 
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I have been given a proven protocol by a guy who has helped thousands get off Sub successfully. He used to be on Sub himself (By the way, per my previous posts, I disregarded what my Sub doctor said and trashed the Tramadol...my friend/helper told me it was garbage and should be taken off the market. He had a better way which I am following.)

Anyway, I have managed to taper down to what I thought was 1/8 mg p/day of Sub (film). However when I counted the number of film strips that I cut up from a 2 mg film strip and how many days it would last (I take one piece in am and the other around 4:00 pm) it came out to 15 days.

By my calculations that means I am really taking 0.133333333 milligrams per day of Sub.

Forgive my appalling lack of math skills (I'm a writer, not a math person), but would that mean I am taking more or less than 1/8 mg?

It would be very helpful for me to know this!

Thanks so much. :)
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 14, 2013 3:23 pm 
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I can't really help you mathwise, but I suggest checking this thread out. taper-easily-when-you-know-how-cut-your-suboxone-film-t8360.html

The author of the thread, RXFCG, created a template for cutting suboxone films and the template does the math for you. I'm sure that if you PM RXFCG he could be of help to you. There is a link to his cutting guide on his profile page.

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PostPosted: Sat Dec 14, 2013 6:31 pm 
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Thank you!!! I will check it out. Much appreciated. :)


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