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 Post subject: switch to subs with ease
PostPosted: Sun Apr 14, 2013 4:55 pm 
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Okay so I have had subs for awhile... But when I tried them before it only made me want to hang myself (literally) so game plan (not the best) eat as many xanax needed to make you sleep threw the worst part... I took 8mgs over a couple hour time... Well to say the least I was OUT... Slept threw the horrids or w/d... 24hr mark hit... Dropped the film under the tongue & bam no precipitated w/d.... Good day... So FYI 20 xanaxs and a days of sleep you can skip the whole sweaty achey feeling! Good luck all... Believe me I was on 30 10mg vikes a day... But everybody has to grow up sometime ; )


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Welcome to the forum... Lol....I pretty much did that only it didnt take too many xannys. I was using H. I induced after 15 hrs...on 4mg I am down to less than a 1/2mg. suboxone and on day 13. Its not heroin/pill withdrawl I am worried about. Those go away after a week or two. Sub wd lasts a LOT longer unless you taper off them subs right away my friend... Glad you didnt have to suffer withdrawl. That shit sux. Do you plan to be on sub for long? Im hoping to be off this week. Best of luck Irish....k


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