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PostPosted: Sat Jan 14, 2012 1:53 am 
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Been on subs roughly 2 months... A few 2-3 day breaks in there, a few slip ups with dope as well... But now I'm at about .5 mg a day, tapering with 1 pill left (8mg). Anyone been I. A similiar situation? We're your WDs as bad as they were when being on it for 6 months or a year?


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not sure what the question is......

w/d from suboxone or w/d from dope or w/d from 'slip ups'

so maybe re-word what your asking?

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oh sorry about that, I was referring to the WD's from Suboxone. The slip ups (dope) was just a little background story, I guess. I've been taking roughly .5mg/day of sub for the past two months, and have one 8mg pill left, that I'm trying to taper down to tiny doses, and hopefully be able to make last for the next 3-4 weeks. I figure if I can do that, my doses will be around .15-.25mg/day, and that with doses that small, and overall use around 3 months, the WD won't be too intolerable. I was just hoping maybe someone on here has been in a similar situation, and could shed some light on their experiences. But anyone and everyone please feel free to offer your advice/experiences.


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