About Me: Female, 61, Chadwick, MO, member since Dec 2009
I have been working on my trackers and am tapering off the suboxone and when I signed up I didn't know that I wasn't clean. So I have started to try and get off the Subs and imediatly went to 2mg no trouble for 3 days. and today went to 1mg and hope to last 3 days. No s
[More]ymptoms yet. wanted to track but can't change my addictions. No longer have the ones listed except ciggs.
The 2mg is only the naloxone. The main drug buprenorphine is where the 8mg comes from. If you will simply reduce your dose by 25% about every four days it will not be bad. Once you get down to about .5mg you'll do a process of skipping days which I can help you with. Keep me posted how you do and I can give you all kinds of suggestions to make this easier. I've been working with people on subs for years.
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