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 Post subject: pill vrs strip
PostPosted: Mon Dec 22, 2014 9:31 am 
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I got the 8mg light orange round pills this time around instead of the strips. It seems that the pills are making me kind of nauseated a little bit. Why would that be. Do the pills obsorb. 8mgs is 8mlgs right, nomatter in strip form or pill form wright? srry about the spelling.


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 Post subject: Re: pill vrs strip
PostPosted: Mon Dec 22, 2014 1:17 pm 
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Hey shaggy,

You should be getting the same amount of bupe from the pills or the strips. Some people do prefer one over the other for various reasons, but the absorption should be very close to the same on each one.

It seems like I have heard that the pills might take a bit longer to dissolve than the strips, so you would need to keep them in the mouth a bit longer to get the best absorption. But, I also think they are easier to spread around in the mouth more so that you can get more contact/surface area covered and improve absorption that way. Maybe just play around with the way you take it, you will eventually figure out the best way for you to get full absorption.

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 Post subject: Re: pill vrs strip
PostPosted: Tue Dec 23, 2014 9:20 am 
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Thanks, i'll try that. I still might go back to strips, im not sure yet.


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