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PostPosted: Tue Sep 24, 2013 3:48 pm 
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I tried to reply to someones thread but for some reason it just started my own thread so I guess I'll just leave this here. Just to add my own experience I myself never count days/hours or go by the cows scale when Ive had to switch over, for me its as simple as waiting until certain key symptoms occur, we all have our own symptom(s) that we despise the most and dread and for me that symptom is the restless leg/body feeling. I know that once I have that feeling FOR ME it is completely safe for me to take my first dose with virtually no chance of PW because I know that my withdrawal is fully starting by the time that symptom comes along. Stomach problems are also a good indicator that WD has progressed far enough to take my dose. I switched over from long half life opiates (poppy pods) to subs as well and I had no trouble with PW following those guidelines that I set for myself. Another rule of thumb I use for myself is if I have to start looking for symptoms and ask myself "am I withdrawaling enough to take it" then its to early and I need to wait longer, as we all know when your truly in withdrawal you know it you can't escape the misery you dont have to "look" for it.


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