P.S. and this is a BIGGIE, I watched my wife come off xanax and it was very ugly..BE VERY CAREFUL if you wana come off em you have to carefully taper..It can be done but YOU have to do it for your self.as in you have to try and do your own taper..I did it from suboxone over 6 months and did'nt tell anyone.. Keep a strict journal and stick to it.. The W/D from xanax is uglyeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!!! bolpak
just a note to tell you it took after 12yrs continous use of opiates it took 1 n half yrs on methadone and 5 yrs. of suboxone.. saying that some of may need to be on maintents forever... let me know what you think....bolpak
your comment on the mess in the club sauna made me laugh so hard my 15 year old daughter who is baking cookies in the kitchen demanded to know what was so funny.......could'nt really tell her.....!
thanks for the laugh!
Sue (9th day off hydros 6 days off ultram)
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