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... What are some good breakthrough pain meds that can be used in conjunction with oxycontin 20mg twice a day. ... (4 replies)
... If you need breakthrough pain meds on other opiates, you probably will on methadone as well. ... (34 replies)
... I have been on opioid meds for years and years, so I am opioid tolerant. I had both knees replaced a couple of years ago, and after six months, my right hip began hurting... ... (3 replies)

... I have read other posters mention "brake threw" pain meds. What doesn't that mean? ... (2 replies)
... There are long acting pain meds like oxycontin and mscontin,and there are the short acting meds like percs and vicodin and the oxy IR that you are currently are not currently ON any long acting meds like alot of us are. ... (9 replies)
... like i was saying, im nott well educated in all the pain meds, i just know what ive taken. ... (9 replies)
... with no real luck at all. so i tried that meth when a friend offered it to me and the relief i got was better than what meds ive been trying lately. ... (9 replies)
... Hi Jujuhound. I'd like to share my experience with narcotics vs. methadone for pain control. I've been a chronic pain patient for about 5 years now. I have severe osteoporosis and consequently have broken almost every vertabrae in my back. ... (9 replies)
... i dont know too many people that have to take strong pain meds, although i do know some "old friends" that would not let me alone if they knew i took this type of med, so i make sure i tell nobody about it. ... (9 replies)
... i have been on different meds for some time due to 2 serious injuries and they just dont work as well as i had hoped. ... (9 replies)
... recovery board. Why is that I know that going into getting help for my cp is that getting hooked on the meds was going to happen but I need to keep myself in check on controling the intake of the breakthrough pain meds and how I am to do this. ... (3 replies)
... for chronic pain when using opioids is one long acting med with one short acting med. Plus in some rare cases a "rescue" med. ... (2 replies)
... acting pain meds for breakthrough pain. My new PM doc says that is how anesthesiologists deal with pain, but it's different for internal medicine doctors. ... (2 replies)
... day, not including my breakthrough pain meds. For almost two years now my pharmacist provides me my medications neatly put into blister packs. ... (7 replies)
... Fast forward to a few days ago and I was just not able to keep up with the pain with the meds that I had. ... (51 replies)
... They should start at a low dose and see how it goes. If you were in withdrawal, they could increase it right away. If you have a large amount of uncontrolled pain after a week or so, then they could increase it. For some folks it works really well. ... (51 replies)
... My pain doctor asked if I wanted to take the test. It seems that this isn't too widespread yet. ... (34 replies)
... Like Tortoisegirl, methadone was a life saver for me. I had run the whole line of pain meds from SA at very beginning to the fentanyl patches. I actually really like the patches, but an allergy to the adhesive caused it to start eating into my muscle. ... (34 replies)
Pain meds
May 12, 2013
... while and use ER like oxy, morphine, etc. Fentanyl should only be used if you've been on narcotics for a lengthy time. I'm on the fent patch with morphine for breakthrough pain, and it works very well. However, once you're on the patch, lesser drugs aren't very effective alone. Good luck and let us know what you end up doing. ... (6 replies)
... What is nice about patches is that there is no acetaminophen and you don't have to deal with pills unless your Doctor gives you something for breakthrough pain. ... (8 replies)

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