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... Hello again!! I am getting used to the patch schedule and now that my BT med has been changed I am finding some relief on a regular basis but...the area where I put my patch on alternating arms has started to itch. ... (1 replies)
... Hey Bard, I haven't tried this myself but have read dozens of posts about how effective it is to spray the area your going to aply the patch to with a steroidal nasal spray or asthma inhaler and let it evaporate prior to applying a patch to pevent an inflamatory response from the adhesive. ... (1 replies)
... I, too, have had some serious burning, mild itching, and left over irritation from my fentanyl patch. I didn't seem to have this problem when I wasn't using the gel type, but now I do use it and it's become a real bother. ... (63 replies)

... The scarring and itching is almost unbearable. Is there an alternative fentanyl that is used besides the patch. This was the first time I have taken this and it killed my pain. is there a pill form that is prescribed. ... (9 replies)
... Well, there is not a fentanyl pill. ... (9 replies)
... I have been using the Fentanyl patch for about 4 months now. Teva brand works fine except for past month i have had itching and redness at site where i apply it. ... (17 replies)
... for a couple of years...Ran out early and my dad gave me a fentanyl patch... 100 mcg....i put in on and wore it about8 hours....took it off because i was and am still itching.....i feel a little nauseated... ... (27 replies)
... if it were possible, I would just put it where the adhesive will go, but I'm never that accurate. Also, sometimes the whole area under the patch gets red and inflamed, so maybe covering all of it makes sense. ... (17 replies)
... Kate, I've been on the patch for years and I wear mine on my lower abdomin, right above my panty line. That way no clothes rub against it. But any of the locations you mentioned would be OK. ... (6 replies)
... driving me nuts. Everywhere I try to put them I can feel them every time I move. Plus, the Watson ones I got make a crinkle noise. I also have skin irritation and itching with them. ... (6 replies)
... In the areas that you are getting the redness and itching. You can try using cortisone cream on the area after you remove the patch and get the adhesive removed as well. The cortisone cream helps with the inflammation and redness. If this does not help very well then try Neosporin. ... (17 replies)
... It sounds like you are going to have pain for a long time and possibly the rest of your life. The goal of pain management is to get that level of pain down to a manageable level. ... (6 replies)
... I have to disagree with what Executor said about the itching likely to occur with the strong opiods. The only time that I have had itching was when I tried Methadone. Other than that I have not experienced itching with any of the other LA meds such as Oxycontin and the fentanyl patch. ... (9 replies)
... The risk of OD and withdrawls is also true for ANY opiate though. ... (11 replies)
... never had any problems before. I've wondered if sweat and heat are contributing to the problem. Are you talking about under the patch or itching all over? ... (9 replies)
... I've been on the patch for several years now and nothing quiets the pain for me like the patch. The only thing I don't care for is the concept of a patch... ... (17 replies)
... It's been 24 hours and it seems like I'm doing better. ... (63 replies)
... go once my skin gets used to the patch and does anybody know how to keep these patches on, I live in England where its really cold so I don't understand why the patch would be coming off after only wearing it for 1 day. ... (18 replies)
... Meaning, if you pick a bad place, or it doesn't stick, or whatever, you've got 3 days of problems. The patch is a one and done thing....You can not move it and get it to stick. I guess you could completely cover it with tape or something, but that's not something I'd like to try. ... (6 replies)
... I still needed bt meds the next day, but didn't need anything the next day. A few hours short of 72 hrs. I did need a vicodan. I now am on the first day after a patch change. So far, it's been great. No itching, no vomiting, and..good pain control. Mine is the Mylan so.. ... (6 replies)




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