I am guest dosing at a clinic in Indiana. I am from Pennsylvania. My regular clinic gives Methadose tablets dissolved in water with a little bit of juice. The clinic that I am going to in Indiana has both the tablets that they will dissolve in water, or just red cherry flavored liquid methadone. A friend of mine who goes to the clinic with me, who guest dosed before and was also given the cherry liquid, said that she liked the cherry liquid better. Today was my first day guest dosing and they gave me the cherry flavored liquid stuff. To be honest, I don't think it's working as well. Like I said, my regular clinic gives us the Methadose dissolved in water and this clinic offers both. I've read online and there are quite a few different views on which works better, etc. I would just like to hear your opinions and if there are any differences, could you let me know?
1 Jan 2012
I myself have never been to a clinic im on methadone for back pain.I have seen the pills you are refering to that say methadose.As far as I know they arent available at the pharmacy any longer but I could be wrong.I recieved that kind years ago and I asked the pharmacist what the difference was in the two different pills and he said there wasnt.It was just made by a different company.Im not sure if this helps you or not but thats what I know about it.I hope you have a nice stay in our great state of Indiana take care.
26 Nov 2012
i was on the dispersable tablets for 3 years at an old clinic and i thought that they may have held me a little longer but as far as potency i dont think much diff but like i said it seems to have a slightly longer effectiveness on w/d. ps. thats what the methadose wafers are called;dispersable tablets.
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