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... long time Duragesic user. ... (67 replies)
... This is exactly the regimen I used while on the patch, except mine was every 24 hours....So, I changed a patch every day. ... (67 replies)
... I've been on the Duragesic Pain Patch for about 20 hours so far and I have to say that I'm really discouraged! ... (12 replies)

... effects from the patch any longer. My skin was breaking out in a rash from the adhesive that was around the edges of the patch. ... (6 replies)
... I would like to know what your experiences are with Duragesic withdrawal. What are the withdrawal symptoms? ... (15 replies)
... no pain relief, significant withdrawal symptoms. ... (37 replies)
... overlays for your patches, so the patch won't fall off. You can swim with these overlays. I order them monthly, and it's free. I know some people get good results from Flonaze. ... (63 replies)
... ncrease in my pain coupled with a change in their formulary meant I needed a change. The fentanyl has been more helpful, period, but I have some issues with the patch that contribute to an unevenness in how much it helps. ... (63 replies)
... I hope things stabilize for you and this works out. As you know Pain Management is not about relieving pain, but making it manageable so that we can live our lilves as we endure it. The Fent patches can work very well but there are a lot of variables to consider. If they don't seem to be lasting long enough or working well enough you can go to a 48 hr. dosing as opposed to... (63 replies)
... so on the 48 hr cycle. I started out on the 72 hr cycle and then soon noticed after a couple of weeks that after about 60 hours or so I would start to have minor withdrawal symptoms and not feel good. I would dread the 3rd day because I knew that my pain would shoot up and that the WD symptoms would start. ... (30 replies)
... I've recently gone from 120 mg. of methadone a day to the 100 Duragesic Patch changed every 48 hours with oxycodone for breakthrough pain. I had absolutely no withdrawal symptoms going from one to the other. Have you ever tried the methadone? ... (26 replies)
... Hi ICC, Do not cut patches in half, there is another way. I'm familiar with the name brand duragesic patches, not the generics, so I don't know if this will work with the other release systems. ... (10 replies)
... ragesic is difficult to transition to other opiates is because most other opiates have little effect on the Kappa receptor so most people experience differential withdrawal when switching from Duragesic to another opiate. ... (3 replies)
... since January. As some of you may have experienced, I have ups, downs, withdrawal periods, etc. while on the brand name. ... (15 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 was on the Duragesic Patch 100 mgh changed every 2 days AND dilaudid 8mg. every 6 hours for breakthrough pain when I first switched to Methadone. I took my patch off in the morning, took my first dose of methadone in the evening and NEVER had any withdrawal symptoms!! ... (44 replies)
... When the Mylan first came out, I tried it. Truly, I had one of the worst months of pain I ever dealt with. Plus, I didn't realize why I was having very serious withdrawal symptoms. I thought I had the flu or something because of the vomiting, fevers, and shaking. At first, I didn't link the symptoms to withdrawal. ... (6 replies)
... I was first put on .25mcg. of Duragesic and used the Mylan brand as it was available from both Walgreen's and Walmart. ... (7 replies)
Sandoz or Janssen
Nov 13, 2008
... I went from Duragesic to Mylan and went through some of the worst withdrawal symptoms a person could go through. I didn't attribute the vomiting and sweats to the Mylan patches, but my PM did! ... (2 replies)
... Of course it wasn't that bad coming off of meth,when you replace it with the strongest opiate known to man.Now have you not substituted fentyol you would of had horrific withdrawls. (6 replies)

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