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... I have to deal with this problem due to Vicodin and Cymbalta. ... (12 replies)
... Hi, new to the board and grateful to have found all of you. I have been treated for chronic pain for about 9 years now for a painful peripheral neuropathy of still unknown causes, most likely CMT. ... (24 replies)
... I felt I could not handle the pain without medication any longer. About 2 years ago, I started with hydrocodone for pain and something for sleep. ... (9 replies)

... vere thunderstorms with straight line winds rip through our state last week. It caused significant property damage in our little town, but thankfully no injuries to human life. Our house was spared, but our huge barn and our woodworking shop were decimated. We lost so many "things" which I KNOW shouldn't be important. ... (67 replies)
Butrans Patches
Dec 26, 2012
... This is my first time on here, so here goes...I have a question about the BUTRANS patch. I have been on 7.5 hydrocodone for about a year now for ddd. In sept. I started having pain in behind my left shoulder blade and it was also all along my left arm. After an mri, at my last dr. ... (1 replies)
... I have been through the gambit of pain relievers. Morphine made me ill, and Hydrocodone made me foggy, ... both caused severe constipation. ... (106 replies)
... I've just started looking into hydromorphone as another treatment option. They also want me to consider a surgically installed morphine pump but that can't happen due to cost until I get aid. ... (17 replies)
Jul 10, 2009
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... My guess is that the patch probably contributed to your tolerance quite a bit due to it's overall strength. It's a good product though, and you found out yourself that it works well. I know what you mean about the itching and soreness.... ... (19 replies)
... hi ev1. my name is katy and i am new to this particular message board although i am not new to living with chronic pain. my dx. ... (9 replies)
Dilaudid questions
Aug 12, 2006
... phone" is in the same family of synthetic opiates as Hydrocodone, oxycodone and oxymorphone. As far as being like something else you tried, it's probably closest to oxycodone. ... (9 replies)
Jul 12, 2006
... Hi Misti, Ozzy is correct about Dilaudid or generic hydromorphone, but sttrength isn't just determined by by comparison to one drug or another, the number of mgs is really the key factor. ... (7 replies)
... th ptency of morphine ie epidurally it's the strongest and they can use tiny amounts, then you have IV, then IM injections and orally is the least effeicent way to take morphine, as is true for all opiates. ... (3 replies)
... ymer coatng, the ones with less will be released faster than the ones that have a thicker coating on the actual morphine inside the beads. The beads are designed to release the morphin e at different rates over a 24 hour erriod. ... (5 replies)
... S1 have a much higher failure rate than anterior where they completely remove the disc and have two large flat areas to fuse together. ... (7 replies)
Question on meds
Jul 24, 2004
... two metabolites, the M3g and the M6g, The M6g is responsable for most of the anelgesic effect but can also cause restless leg or jerking and twitching as you try to fall asleep. ... (7 replies)
... Hey Angel, This is what you read, It even had a catchy tune to go along with the pretty web site, this med can't possibly be harmful. ... (9 replies)
... I know this is probably something that happens to people all the time, but now that it has happened to me...I am at a loss, scared and offended. Please bare with me as I vent.. ... (16 replies)
Question on meds
Jul 23, 2004
... There are several distinct classes of opiates and opiods. Opioids are derived from the extract of opium, the opioids are Morphine, codeine and Heroin. They tend to carry more side effects like stomach upset and constipation. ... (7 replies)

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