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... 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)
... I just started on this patch, due to chronic pain, and because i abused oxy's, and can't stand the way Tramadol makes me sweat and feel. ... (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. ... (19 replies)

... yeah I'm in the US, NC to be exact- see, my husband was dying from pain the other night and we went to the ER - the ER told him to go to this clinic because they couldnt give anyone meds who was on a fentanyl patch, and that he was probably addicted to it if he was still having pain, and I had no clue about it, or what they did - I just figured they helped chronic pain... (13 replies)
Fentanyl questions
Feb 25, 2006
... all of the great advice! I am taking the sandoz kind and I really like the convenience of them but I'm kind of scared about staying on them. I have been trying to research it a bit and from what I've been reading the withdraw is horrible. ... (19 replies)
Fentanyl questions
Feb 25, 2006
... I've been wearing the patch since about 9 pm last night central time. I'm not seeing a very big improvement at all. I was wondering if it would be ok to take a Norco? ... (19 replies)
Fentanyl
Oct 4, 2015
... hours to reach a steady blood plasma level when you first put it on. If your skin is dry, it may take a little longer, however, do not use creams or lotions anywhere near where you apply the patch. ... (3 replies)
... I am no longer on fentanyl thank goodness. Getting off it was very difficult and uncomfortable. Anyway I didn't,t swim bit found a swimmer,s tape at the grocery store of all places. DO NOT put this tape all over the patch. It is tan in color. Only put it on the edges. Held it in place great! ... (1 replies)
... the Tegaderms are THE BEST in my opinion for holding the patches on. ... (64 replies)
... I feel bad that you are having to endure all of these issues but you must be a very strong, caring woman to take care of your mother like this. Alot of these side effects will probably subside in the next week or two as the level of fentanyl levels out. ... (14 replies)
... Below is my post copied from a different thread, aplogies if you have read it already. ... (10 replies)
... hr patch for IC bladder pain and IBS. ... (27 replies)
... I can't put mine on the arms due to them causing a lot of pain....I don't think there is enough flesh there for me....I have boney arms and shoulders!! They made the bone actually achy feeling!! ... (6 replies)
... I was about to Post my info on Bilbo's Thread, but I saw your's, so I figured why not put it here.! Seems like Alot of people have the Same Trouble, with the Patch not sticking on. ... (6 replies)
... Hi everyone. I am very discouraged. I have Crohn's and irritable bowel. For those of you who don't know, Crohn's is a chronic disease of the intestines where they are comnstantly inflammed and hurt a lot. I am always having bad abdominal pain. ... (18 replies)
... I've been on 300mcg of the Duragesic patch for over a year. I take other drugs in conjunction with it. ... (11 replies)
... I'd give the fentanyl patch a try. When dosed correctly, it would only be as strong as you need it. ... (51 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)
... I just have to really, STRONGLY recommend the Nexcare Tegaderm and put it over the patch EVERY TIME. I have never lost a patch by doing this or had one come loose. Those things are SO STICKY they work amazingly well. ... (64 replies)
... nces as far as what meds or modalities they use as far as treating pain. There are long acting versions of oxycodone, morphine, and oxymorphone. Some docs prefer to use methadone and some docs like fentanyl patches. These meds last from 8 hours to 3 days for some on the patch. ... (12 replies)


Associated Tags: chronic fatige, chronic pain, depression, fenanyl, fentanyl, fentanyl patch, fibromyalgia, norco, overdose, oxycodone, pain management, pain mangement, withdrawal

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