You became unstable after 20mg as this was your highest drop. Lets have a look at the maths to see how your withdrawal went;
60-50 = 17%
50-40 = 20% (+3%)
40-30 = 25% (+5%)
30-20 = 33% (+8%)
20-10 = 50% (+17%)
10-0 = 100% (+50%)
So as you can see the first drop was 17%, so not too bad, then you went to 20%, 25%, 33%... tolerable perhaps. but then a massive jump to 50% after the 20mg. Your withdrawal was +17% based on the previous, so no wonder you felt the sting at that point!!
Apologies if I am losing you here with the maths. I have been doing some research analysis tonight which involved crunching lots of data, so you are lucky I don't attach a graph to this... maybe I should... no, calm down IUN!!
If you are happy counting the beads, you will not need a compounding pharmacy, but ideally should be sticking to the same pharma for the length of the withdrawal as different manufacturers have different amounts of beads in the capsules. For example, Teva 20mg might have 120 beads, but Eli Lilly 20mg might be 180 beads per capsule. So the math worked out would need to be re-written to suit the change. Personally I would prefer to do it myself to know that it was done correctly. But whichever choice you go with, we will help you along the way.
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