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... less meds in them and still be approved. Duragesic has now come out with the design similiar to Mylan's with the med in the adhesive. ... (3 replies)
... My left chest and abdomen are really broken out. ... (15 replies)
... What is the spray? I'm assuming it's some sort of antihistimine. I'm getting bad rashes since I switched from Mylan to Sandoz. Thanks (15 replies)

... My doctor gave me a spary and it works wonderful...no itching, redness or rash. ... (15 replies)
... I have been using fentanyl patches for about 18 months to help with very severe back, neck and bone pain, caused by an underlying condition I have. They are nothing short of MIRACULOUS. ... (3 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)
... 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)
... 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)
... 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)
Fentanyl Questions
Feb 13, 2008
... I don't necessarily agree with your pharmacist. I change them every 48 hours and I go from upper arm to left abdomen to right abdomen and then back up to the upper arm again. I was told as long as you wait days you can put it back on the same location. ... (18 replies)
... I get done with 4 surgeries on my arm and chronic pain from that and then BAM I get in this car accident and I am right back where I started with a different injury. ... (5 replies)
... I have never been on the patch but my aunt is and she had the same issue. Ofcourse the itching can be an allergic reaction but it may just be a side effect as well. I had a tumor in my neck and had 2 surgeries in 2001 to have it removed. ... (5 replies)
... already made an appointment with the PM doc who treated me for my arm injuries for workers comp. He is a very nice doctor who treats you with the utmost respect and takes his time with you as an individual. He explains everything and answers all your questions. ... (5 replies)
... I have been on the patches for aout 3 weeks now went from 75mcg to 100mcg and yesterday i increased it as ordered to the 100 mcg, i have been itching just today and I do that with alomost any opiate but my ? ... (2 replies)
... First off, I just want to say that I had the BEST luck with the MYLAN fentanyl patches. ... (27 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)
Fentanyl suckers
Mar 22, 2003
... the patch wont stay oneven with water proof hospital tape. It really irritates my skin. ... (13 replies)
... and have her take that into the doctor, saying that the Oxycontin isn't covered and she needs to be switched to a medication that is covered. ... (2 replies)
... Hi stupid feet, I thought when i read your meds that you were given the morphine long acting & then a mild bt, the oxycodone & a stronger bt the dilaudid. I just wanted to encourage you because it took 5 years to find my perfect combo & we have even dropped the dosage in the last 5 months & it is still working even after 8 years. It surely makes it harder when cost is... (4 replies)




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