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... I have also read a lot of information concerning the sheer potency of fentanyl and the dangers associated. ... (5 replies)
... I just wanted to wish you luck when you go to the doctor. You are right when it comes to people's opinions on the fentanyl patch. You either love it or hate it. It is all or nothing. ... (63 replies)
... but I'm hopeful we can get there. However, these patches have been 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)

... to the adhesive but hey .. they stay on with a simple wrist sweat band.. instead of sticking to it and coming off with the sweat band I am going to be trying the watson tomorrow as my normal pharmacy began useing the sandoz even though I noted to them 2 years ago that I could not use it they switched to them.. ... (8 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)
... I have never tried the Watson brand but I believe they are comparable to the generic Sandoz brand. ... (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)
... does anybody have an opinion on the watson brand patches? ... (3 replies)
... Hi, I need immediate advice on my fentanyl patch. I'm in the middle of a med transition so I'm having trouble figuring out if the patch is working. ... (6 replies)
... first time Jansssen has put a date out there. Thus, I suspect the shortages will not last much longer. It may be a tough ride for the next month for all of us patch wearers. ... (16 replies)
... Thank you for your extremely useful information. My mother is changing from MSContin to the fentanyl patch. ... (7 replies)
... he ran into a problem. There was a recall on all Jaansen duragesic patches due to some type of dosing screw up and she was forced to use the generic in the 25's. Watson seemed to be the only other patch with the 25mcg that had the gel like the name brand and they seemed to be just as effective for her. ... (7 replies)
... I am glad to see you posting and hopefully the patch will help with your pain significantly. ... (7 replies)
... Watson Oxyfast is liquid Oxycodone made by Purdue Pharma (same Manuf as OC). Another equal brand is "Roxicodone" in liquid. Each bottle is 30cc or 30 droppers. The dropper that comes with it is almost identical to baby Tylenol. The dropper has 4 lines on it....Bottom one is 5Mg, next is 10Mg, three fourths full is 15Mg, and the top line or one dropper full is 20Mg. ... (37 replies)
... I got my Fentanyl Patch refilled today and instead of the Watson brand I got the Mylan brand. Now, I was reading previous posts about the patches and I read a lot about how the Mylan patch doesn't work as well as the others. ... (19 replies)
... Duragesic is the "brand" and the developer of the patch technology, made by Janssen. Janssen is also making the Sandoz generic. ... (19 replies)
... r yesterday and he discussed my options about pain meds. At first, he mentioned morphine, but I am completely against that. No way, no how. So, he brought up the Fentanyl Patch and I asked him a few questions about it, but not enough to ease my mind. ... (19 replies)
... Has anyone tried the new Generic Fentanyl Patch made by Watson? ... (8 replies)
... no NSAIDS or aspirin for me. I have a few scars from the patch or the covers but for me it had more to do with where i applied it than which brand. ... (3 replies)
... Mrs flannery, i didnt know for years that if a "white or cloudy" area showed under patch that meant it wasnt stuck so i wasnt getting the medicine. ... (9 replies)

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