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PostPosted: Mon Nov 24, 2014 2:24 pm 
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I've been on really low doses of sub for around two months. I take less than 1mg once a day, usually less than .5 mg. So I'm wondering what will the withdrawal will be like? What should I expect? I figured it'd be hard or pointless to taper since I'm on such a low dose. It's been one day since I've taken any and I don't feel bad, although I heard it takes a few days for WD to start. So what should I expect?


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Mondays are usually slow. I guess cause we were all up late watching the greatest catch in nfl history being made last night, then back to reality today. Anyways, do you mind giving a little back story? What, if anything, were you on before subs? How much for how long? I'm not sure what your withdrawal will bring but I would imagine with a bit more information someone will come around and answer or give an educated guess. Good luck to you.


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Well when my doctor prescribed it to me I had actually been clean for a few weeks. I was taking 20-40mg of vicodin a day, so really not a whole lot. He said he wanted to put me on sub to help with cravings, which if I knew more about it I wouldn't have started taking it but oh well haha past is the past.


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