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... I hope you do well on the patch as I have never looked back. I know it is a little difficult to get used to them but if you persevere it is worth the try. ... (27 replies)
... anticipation of my next oxy! So i done it! I weaned myself off, went thru the hell associated with quitting!The worst feeling in the world! And now i had nothing for the chronic pain that was not going anywhere! So i tried all the other meds out there, but they wouldn't touch my pain level. And talk about depression! OMG! ... (6 replies)
... I am very grateful for all of these helpful responses! Also, I had my PM appt. this past Thursday so I asked my PM Dr. if my goal is still to find the best strength on the patch, so that I can eventually stop taking any pills. He said, "Yes, for sure. ... (14 replies)

... relief is my goal. Glad you won't run out of patches, but increasing it on your own, even short term, doesn't sound like a good idea. I haven't been in a good place with my pain for a couple years, but since we have started trying to switch my meds to something better, I've only done worse. Hang in there! ... (63 replies)
... auths for certain ones, not filling too early, and quantity limits. They covered all three of these narcotic rx plus my 10 or so others! ... (6 replies)
... hours. It will probably continue to level out and take 1 week before it really become ablsolutely stable so do not go up on the dose for at least 1 week unless the pain in unmanageble. I know someone mentioned puking and the same thing happened to me. ... (19 replies)
... I went to my doctor today and he put me on Fentanyl. I was wanting to ask a few questions about it. Where is the best place to put it? ... (19 replies)
... Hi there Moldova did a search for you the other day glad to see you are about. I used those patches and was told no problem to get wet and shower away with it. ... (6 replies)
... hr patch for IC bladder pain and IBS. ... (10 replies)
... I use four strips on each patch to cover each side of the patch. ... (27 replies)
... But still, cutting a patch should only be done if a doctor instructs you to, and its tough to know what dose you are really getting. They make 12. ... (3 replies)
Feb 22, 2014
... Hello everyone. I have begun to regain consciousness in the past several days. I've been basically MIA on HB as I've been trying to adjust to Methadone for pain management. ... (51 replies)
... Yes there is probably quite a bit of room for dose increase on the opana, especially considering you need to replace some oxycodone too, but better safe then dead. At least the wd is subsiding. ... (63 replies)
... I am very new to the Fentanyl patch but I may be able to provide some info. ... (7 replies)
... I could not take the Fentanyl Patches due to the hot showers I like to take as it released too much medicine in my system at once.and wound up in the ER one morning.. ... (17 replies)
... I have been on Fentanyl for 8 years. I currently wear 2 patches at a time. ... (37 replies)
... While I respect your opinion of the fentanyl patch - based on your own experience, I would hope that you gave up the habit of nibbling on other pain meds. You're playing with loaded dice when you alter the way in which you take your prescribed meds. (7 replies)
... the Tegaderms are THE BEST in my opinion for holding the patches on. ... (64 replies)
... making the depression even deeper! I wear the 100 mcg. size for about 3 years now, due to degenerative disc disease, a torn rotor cuff, etc. ... (6 replies)
... This is pretty ludicrous to me. I wear a patch cover and have done this ever since I had 2 of them come off and one time it was while I was in the shower. ... (6 replies)

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