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PostSubject: suboxne, tapering down   Fri 18 Feb 2011, 10:36 pm

hi - would like to talk to anyone who is there - currently on suboxne - under 4 mg day, only have 6 strips left and this will be it, so I'm trying to lower each day. anyone with comments?
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PostSubject: Re: suboxne, tapering down   Sat 19 Feb 2011, 12:11 pm

Good morning Darlene,
I am glad to see that you have posted. I tried to send a message to you when I saw that you were logged onto the CHAT.

I'm sure that you already know that when you want to stop taking Suboxone the best way is a very slow taper to avoid as many withdrawals as possible. Your going to have some but if you taper slow enough you may be able to keep them to a minimum.

I can only share what I have read and been told by others But I myself haven't done a taper, nor am I a doctor. I always recommend that patients talk with their doctors to let them know what they are doing.
You said that you are taking under 4mg a day can you tell me how much? That would be a big help.
I will look for your response. Even though today is Saturday, I will be here off and on through the day. I do work on the weekend so that isn't a problem.
Talk to you soon,


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