No matter what the dose is, it takes a little over 5 half lifes to get out of your body. Not 22 days. If the half life is 37 hours that is over 100 hours to rid your body of any dose of Sub. Whether its 8mgs or 32mgs takes the same half life.
Thanks to everyone who sent me messages checking on me today. I am fine. Waking up from my sedation "coma" I was in most of the day. Feeling ok otherwise, a little sore.
To anyone who sent me questions in my inbox, I will get back to you tomorrow when I am more "with it" and can form actual sentences..LOL
I hope that these injectio...
This is getting ridiculous... Stop instigating debates!!! Can't you agree to disagree?!? Everyone is gonna have different opinions, accept it. Stop baiting arguments with people that don't share your opinions. Any post that is baiting another member or starting unnecesary arguments with another members will continue to be reported and deleted by th...
It comes down to this, Your thinking and actions is what got you here. Taking the suggestions of experts or people that have gone down this road before you is doing another way than your way. Your way was to take drugs.
Would you treat cancer on your own? If you had diabetes would you say "screw it" I don't need insulin or doctors? More than...
I really don't think you have been on it long enough to need to take Suboxone. I would attempt tapering first. And then if you are unsuccessful call a doctor for Suboxone.
Suboxone is also an opiate so it also must be tapered and some people do have withdrawals with it. You may be able to just do this once by getting of the oxy by tapering, instead ...
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