It has a long half life. Are you trying to get clean? If so, this site will help a lot. We are very supportive to people trying to get sober. If you just want to pass a drug test, we are unable to give advice on that here.
Yes I am trying to get clean for good. I take a hlaf of a 8mg pill everyday, and sometimes depending on what I'm doing that day I'll take a whole one, I have tried to take more buy luckly it made me sick. Thank yopu for any help.
It requires a special test to detect subs, the cheap panel tests often miss it, methadone doesn't show up every time either. It is like throwing dice though. Don't try to, if protein levels are low, they will catch that. Anyway, if you want to get off subs you will need to taper down slow, over a few months from 4mgs. You will want nutrients, Epsom salts, and lots of support. Tell us more about yourself and we will try to help. Forget the test, let's focus on getting you clean. Best decision I ever made, even looking back on opportunities I lost to fight the addiction battle. What lead you to subs, how much of what did you use before subs and how long you been on subs?
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