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... I have used all the brands of patches and i've found it to be quite the contrary. I actually prefer the Mylan brand patch. I didn't hvae the issues with them sticking like I did the resivior types. ... (4 replies)
... I have found they have made a significant difference in my pain levels. Prior to the patch I was taking 8 Norcos per day and now I'm down 4. ... (4 replies)
... How often are you changing the mylan patch? ... (4 replies)

... Hi There, I haven't been on here in a couple of years...i went the pain management route for 5 years, got on methadone (with xanax because it gave me serious anxiety) and went through a detox...Long story short I have all those wonderful discs popping out in the neck and lumbar. MY QUESTION...the pain brought me back to PM. I was taking probably 10 norcos a day....went... (4 replies)
... ll my Doc, and I told them I couldn't remember exactly and may have read it on line somewhere. They called my Doc and told him that if I wasn't going to use the patch as directed that it should be discontinued and I should be put on something else. I guess it's a liability issue. ... (15 replies)
... I'm assuming it's some sort of antihistimine. I'm getting bad rashes since I switched from Mylan to Sandoz. ... (15 replies)
... Your other choices would be Duragesic brand, Watson, and Sandoz. I have also listed them in order of potency with Duragesic being the highest. Mylan is typically the least potent, if you switch, keep that in mind. ... (7 replies)
... Yes, I am using the Mylan patch. ... (7 replies)
... I'm guessing you're on the Mylan patch. You could try the Sandoz version. ... (7 replies)
... I could be overreacting, I am not experiencing increased pain at this point. I'm just wondering if the patch is even effective. So, at this point it is taped and my question is it still releasing medication? ... (7 replies)
Fentanyl patch
Jul 16, 2009
... If you're still having problems, I'd report things back to your Doc. You may not be a suitable candidate...Not everyone can use the patch for the reason you're experiencing....But keep trying. ... (8 replies)
... MY concern is that the patch is so strong and people have O.D. ... (64 replies)
... Anyhow, I have several questions about Fentanyl and other Chronic Pain Meds. ... (64 replies)
... it will be a big change. I tend to OD on any other maker's patch due to being used to Mylan. They are not interchangeable and you should consider that in your search. ... (3 replies)
... the Watson brand vs the Mylan brand, but as far as Sandoz I am unsure and Jansen about the same as Watson...... ... (3 replies)
... I use the name brand "Duragesic Patch". Do they have you on a generic. I tried the Mylan brand for a while and it is like a piece of tape and I had the same affects you had and it stopped working after a day and a half. ... (7 replies)
... I was very reluctant to try the patch as well. I knew that it was not a decision to make lightly. So you know what I did? ... (5 replies)
... c the levels are fluctuating so much right now and switching out a patch that isn't delivering the med well for one that is makes a bigger difference than it would if my body was stable. ... (6 replies)
... Mylans I used tegaderms without a problem. However, with the Watson, I have found that water is going through the tegaderm and causing the "sticky" stuff on the patch to come off. They just work differently, and I'm not used to it. ... (6 replies)
... I use the Sandoz type, but any patch that has the "goo" in it will probably be reasonably like the original. ... (10 replies)


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