Want people to post what state and city/county they're from, what dose of methadone they're on, and what policies they're clinics have like "do they require a peak and trough @ a certain mg" if so please tell me what mg.. Just wanting to know how other states and cities clinics are and what ur experiences are. I attend a mdone clinic in Paris Tennessee and am currently on 150mgs of mdone, and had to get a trough done @ 100mgs to go to 110 and 120, and had to get a peak and trough every 10mgs after that which seemed a little much. From what I've understood my state Tennessee is one of the strictest states on methadone which is a bad thing cause they try to keep patients on low doses and it messes up the patients treatment cause they're not on the dose they need to be on...
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