hslotsof at phantom.com
Wed Feb 20 01:16:07 EST 2008
Is see no value in your switching from 7.5 mg of methadone to
morphine equivalent. Your methadone dose is so low that it just
doesn't matter. If it is being done in a pain management practice
then talk to you doctor and do what you can agree on. In terms of
ibogaine I doubt there would be a difference but., people are
different and who knows how different you are.
As for gaining weight, that is another world entirely. What do you
think is the relationship between your weight and methadone?
On Feb 19, 2008, at 6:01 PM, Jonathan Brownstone wrote:
> I'm currently taking 7.5mgs of methadone (2.5mgs 3 times a day).
> Over the next 60 days my plan is to step down to 2.5mgs every other
> day, and then equivalent amount of morphine for 30 days, and then
> ibogaine treatment. I find that methadone really wacks out my
> "presence of mind"...I'm guessing this is why they call it
> methadrone...will morphine be any better, and how difficult is the
> transition? Does the schedule I've outlined sound alright?
> I'd like to keep going to work and also to gain 15lbs (5lbs per
> month) during this time. Realistic? Would making the transition to
> morphine earlier help this happen or make it harder? Can I expect
> more presence of mind on the lower end of my methadone dosing ladder
> or is 2.5mgs/day much the same as 7.5mgs/day? One good thing...when I
> was taking 25mgs per day I didn't know what was missing, I just knew
> it was something..... another good thing....Even without presence of
> mind there are many things that can be accomplished....
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