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... Hi Barb, Meth is one of the hardest meds to predict conversions. Most equianelgesic charts only show a single dose comparison and don't take into acount the extremely long half life. ... (2 replies)
... Wow, I feel like I'm remarkably fortunate compared to your situation. I've gone through withdrawal twice in the last 10 years to switch and am on Methadone right now plus break through percocet, and a muscle relaxant for the back spasms in general, flexiril sp? ... (9 replies)
... th the cost of any pther med I could have been on and so I used it, I switched back to LA morphine when I had coverage for a year where my wife worked, but after that had to switch back. ... (4 replies)

... i wouldnt switch to dilaudid; it was my experience oxycodone worked better ask your dr to consider mscontin for long term relieif w 10/325 percocet for breakthru pain; it has helped me. good luck (15 replies)
... She got pretty close. It's actually equal to 2.8, or rounding to 3mg. This may not seem like much, but Dilaudid is very potent, so a little bit goes a long way. ... (15 replies)
... Hi there. Can anyone direct me to where I can figure out what the equivalent dose of dilaudid would be when compared to 7.5 oxycodone? ... (15 replies)
From Oxy to Opana
Nov 30, 2007
... lex in the beginning for muscle spasms and the cramping that hits me behind my knees, the tops of my thighs and the back of them all at once but when that failed to keep things in check, they put me on baclofen instead, which is currently 15 mg three tiems a day. ... (3 replies)
From Oxy to Opana
Nov 30, 2007
... a whole pills through a long nights. I was impressed with the pain relief with Opana ,but it did seem a little more impairing, forgeful, etc. It was also tough to compare the pain relief because the impairment was so new. Although I felt stupid, 5 mgs wasn''t really replacing 15 mgs of oxy. ... (3 replies)
Delaudid???
Jul 10, 2009
... (7 replies)
... Clocking everything is calculated by days supply based on how the script was written and how the pharamcist interprets it.. When a doc leaves the script open to interpretation, this is where pharamcist may not be seeing things the same as your doc. ... (11 replies)
... Welcome to the boards although you have been here for awhile. I know that nerve pain is one of the worst pains to deal with. ... (4 replies)
... one, All 3 drugs, Oxycodone, hydromorphone and oxymorphone are in the same family of synthetic opiates that relieve painin the same way morphine does, by binding to opiate receptors. Personally I thought it lasted a little longer than oxycodone but it caused more head fog. ... (7 replies)
... y get why her doc would be pushing for a long acting med. LA meds are for chronic pain, not acute pain from something like a fracture or surgery that is expected to get better in a few weks or months. long acting meds aren't recomended for the short term treatment of severe acute pain. ... (3 replies)
... Hi queene, Although there are plenty of short avtingmeds stronger than vicodin, Most PM docs are going to lean towards longer acting meds to remove the frequent dosing, the ups and downs, living life in 4 hour increments etc etc etc. ... (5 replies)
... ZuZu, You have a GP managing chronic pain. If you need a PM doc then you may have to travel or relocate. ... (18 replies)
... of what meds cost in the US. If you guys up north stay true to the same price structure we have down here you can certainly find something cheaper but will have to shop around and see if there is a difference from store to store. ... (4 replies)
Delaudid???
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)
... etc can be bothersome, but I don't think real dangerous. Like you mentioned its the other meds that are added that can cause long term problems. Tylenol added to Vicodin, Percocet, etc. ... (3 replies)
... Hi DeB, It really doesn't sound like you ahave been masively exposed to opiates. Darvecet is weak and it sounds like you didn't manage well with percocet cor sme reason. If it wasn't strongenough it is made in a 7. ... (2 replies)
... Hi Sue, Some people just can't tolerate the side effects or oral meds and it seems the older you are the less you are able to tolerate the side effects. Codeine is very harsh on the tummy and has a ceiling of 400 mgs a day, which is nowhere near the strenth of a durageisc patch. ... (6 replies)




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