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... I had some problems with patches not sticking and would tape just the edges, you can't cover it completely with micropore or other medical tape, only with the Opsite style covers. ... (7 replies)
... I am new to this forum and did some searching, but did not see this ? ... (7 replies)
... I am very new to the Fentanyl patch but I may be able to provide some info. ... (7 replies)

... But then I started having problems with the patches not sticking, even when I used athletic tape on the edges, and it seemed like the pain would come back much sooner than 72 hours. ... (1 replies)
... I appreciate the info. I'm going to try those for the interim. I'm not so worried about the patch bending or rippling as long as it stays on my skin while it does that. ... (64 replies)
... I am not sure I am using the patch correctly, I want to get the most out of it that I can. ... (2 replies)
... patch for CP from a traumatic accident. I am on these patches after years of trying everything else. ... (17 replies)
... Hi Nicole, I have been prescribed fentanyl patches for ! ... (3 replies)
... will be over or under dosed when switching. Some are more sensitive to these small changes. Another possibility is that because the Watson are so large, it is not sticking correctly...if even one little part is unstuck, the air that gets under it will dry out the med at more than that little spot. ... (6 replies)
... I just started Fentanyl 25mcg. I'm on my second patch. ... (63 replies)
... covers, if I called to say their Patch was not sticking. ... (6 replies)
... I too use Flonase with my patch as I was getting those skin sores as well. I have never noticed a problem with the patch not sticking because of the Flonase, but I use Duragesic brand patches. I just make sure it has ample time to dry before putting the patch on. ... (63 replies)
... Hello... I'm new to the board and have some questions about fentanyl patches. ... (63 replies)
... I have had an issue with my Fentanyl patches sticking and I have found the Duragesic to be so much more effective than the Mylan. ... (3 replies)
... reservoir syle. The matrix has the medicine in the adhesive which goes directly on your skin to were the reservoir style has a much slower absorption rate since not directly on the skin. So in the opinion once on a matrix style patch always stay with matrix.. ... (18 replies)
... I have tried two different brands of Patch: the Mylan and (sorry, don't remember the name of the other one) -- But Mylan is the one that worked for me, so i think they must work differently for different people/ "skins". I've also noticed that where i have a bit of extra fat (like hips), they tend to come off easily, so it's important to find a spot where one is least... (18 replies)
... I don't understand why doctors do that. When something is working, they want to change it. If you did well with hydrocodone he/she should have left well enough alone. It's certainly not due to an addiction; fentanyl is about 100 times stronger than hydrococone or morphine and Watson hasn't got the best reputation for its patches. Check with the manufacturer. Good luck -... (18 replies)
... weeks. They do not stick well. My insurance will not buy additional ones until the end of the time these were supposed to last. I have been trying adhesive tape but it does not work well. ... (18 replies)
... Try using the product TEGADERM by 3M. It is the same product that is used in hospitals to stabilize IV's and other type of catheters. The patch will not come off until you remove it. This product is remarkable! I wish I would have known sooner about it because I lost 3 patches right away. I hope this helps. ... (18 replies)
... they did not last the stated 72 hours. ... (27 replies)


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