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... pay for the month for the Janssen's I am not going to worry about the Sandoz. ... (3 replies)
... hi again i'm deffo gonna look into the pain pump as everything i take now just isn't touching me as 4 the covers for the patches i get some really good water proof ones off my doctor 4 nothing there great i've thrown the box away though but i'm seeing her on thurs so i'll ask whatb there called and they are deffo free of charge also ,if u look on the back of the box there's... (11 replies)
... The Optisite Flexifix is nearly the exact same material as the Tegaderms but it comes on a roll that lasts 4-5 months for $35. I was spending that every month or two with the Tegaderm covers. brian p.s. One other thing to mention if you use the name brand Duragesic they used to send you out the Johnson & Johnson Bioclusive covers for FREE if you contact the customer... (64 replies)

... I'd also say that going from hydrocodone to Fentanyl is a big jump. Any long acting medication would be an improvement for treating chronic pain over a short acting medication. I have heard of others doing it however. ... (17 replies)
... patch for CP from a traumatic accident. I am on these patches after years of trying everything else. ... (17 replies)
... i use the covers provided by the manufacturer now so havent had any problems in a very long time. ... (14 replies)
... I want to express my empathy for all the pain you are in and all the problems you are having with your back and neck. ... (7 replies)
... Welcome! So what is the reason for tapering you off the patches and not just switching straight over to a different medication? ... (7 replies)
... Hi Nicole, I have been prescribed fentanyl patches for ! ... (3 replies)
... I have tried most all the breakthrough pain meds and am currently taking hydromorphone with it. I had been on oxycodone for the longest time. ... (34 replies)
... My pharmacist and doctor agreed these are the best way to insure they stay on. I also use Watson gel type generics which seem to be notoriously bad for staying put. Tegaderm is the way to go...just my two cents! Best of luck to you. ... (5 replies)
... AND ALSO ON THE FENTANYL PATCHES, I HAVE DIG DISC DISEASE AND IT IS PROGRESSING CANNOT HAVE SURGERY BECAUSE OF AN IMMUNE SYSTEM SITUATION. ... (5 replies)
... Hope your pharmacist can switch them out...I've heard often not, even when unopened. Interesting Mallinkroft is better than Sandoz for you. Most say opposite, but I guess you are only talking about stickiness, not pain relief. ... (63 replies)
... week and a half of bad DT's. The first time I wanted to take a break from LA meds, and the second time was when I contracted candida and became allergic to the patches and my other pain meds. It's not fun. I think I'm going to stay on it until surgery since I have now seemed to have found a good balance. ... (63 replies)
... They weren't lasting 48 hours so I'm hoping it helps. Still waiting for the increase from 150 to 200 to kick in. ... (63 replies)
... I am very new to the Fentanyl patch but I may be able to provide some info. ... (7 replies)
... issues, Mylan will provide you, free of charge, with Askin patch covers. You just need to contact Mylan and they will set you up. I've been using the overlays for several months, and all the problems I've had with adhesion cleared up. ... (8 replies)
... Tegaderm at most any drug store including CVS and Walgreens, Krogers, Walmart, etc. I even saw that CVS and Walgreen have their own generic brand of the Tegaderm covers that you can buy. ... (64 replies)
... I am a little concerned for you. ... (64 replies)
... VERY time and when I put a new patch on I flex my leg and get a good seal. I always put it on in the morning and it is before any shower. This technique works for me. ... (64 replies)


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