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Romeo pretty much answered your question.

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upset tummy gone!!!!!!!!!!


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So i just took my last dose i went with 2 mg instead of four just to be safe... i have a question tho... whats mornings like is like on pills where it wakes you up cause you need to take it or no? THANKS FOR EVERYTHING. MUAH


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Hey Kassy,

I sent you a PM this afternoon explaining some things about Suboxone, check your messages.

The PM more or less answers the question you just posted, but here's a little more direct answer. Suboxone has an extremely long half life, it stays in your system a long time (37 hours). Most opiates like Oxy and Hydrocodone have a half life of 4 to 6 hours, unless your taking an Extended Release version like OxyContin.

So, because of this long half life, most people don't wake up and feel that burning need to dose right away.

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Hey, really happy things are going ok so far for you. Keep us all up dated on how things settle down for you these next few days. Good luck! Lots of love xxx


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