7 Mar 2012
Talwin is another narcotic opiate, meaning it is also addictive. If your goal is to be opiate free, you would be defeating your purpose to turn to talwin, which would keep your addiction active. In short order, you'd have to detox off the talwin, which would produce similar opiate withdrawals.
However, if you're NOT looking to get clean - but just to get by until you can get more of your drug of choice, talwin would be a comparable substitute.
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