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... This morning was a revelation. I woke up with NO PAIN. I used no Flonase, and put the 75mcg Sandoz patch on my flank with two tegaderm covers next to each other to hold it down, and it finally stayed secure. I couldn't believe it. ... (63 replies)
... I'm sorry your having problems getting the patch you are used to but it lets me know there is still a problem with getting my patch again this month which is the Duragesic brand patch manufactured by Janssen. They also manufacture the Sandoz patch, so this in not entirely a surprise to me. ... (12 replies)
... Hmmm... I have been on Mylan since I started the patch and never had a problem. ... (12 replies)

... hello, I to am on fentanyl i think the reason may be because sandoz has more fentanyl in them . ... (3 replies)
... When I was on Fentanyl I found the Sandoz brand to stick better and work much better. They both nauseated me so I had to switch meds, but the Mylan was horrible with the nausea. ... (3 replies)
... My wife has been using a different brand until 9/4/2010. I believe the other brand was Sandoz. On the Mylan brand, she does not get 72 hours of pain relief. She has to change after approx. 48 hours. Is anyone else having this problem? (3 replies)
... It takes time to build up in your system, and your dr. should have given you MORE short acting medication to use while the patch was getting into your body. ... (11 replies)
Fentanyl sandoz
Apr 6, 2009
... The "Mylan" brand is usually the one brand that is the easiest to find because it's the cheapest in the patch market.....Thus, many pharmacies stock it. I would just call around and see which ones stock it. I would ask to speak with the pharmacist when you call.... ... (2 replies)
... fills, specifically ask the pharmacist to order the Watson or Sandoz brand for you. You will need to call about a week before your refill date and order them. ... (19 replies)
... I am sorry you are not getting relief yet, but you still have room to increase the patch and the breakthrough--I use the 100Mcg Sandoz patch--same as name brand--I had no luck with the Mylan brand (in case that is what yiou are using)--Tell the doc and see what he/she suggests. Good Luck--whit (2 replies)
... Well enuff already. I finally joined. A friend of mine gave me the patch to try. ... (60 replies)
... not one iota. The Sandoz patch works as well as the Janssen Brand, which it should since they are both manufactured by the same lab! ... (60 replies)
... Doc kept me on 100 mcg Fentanyl patch and added another 30 mg Roxicodone to the daily bt mix. ... (11 replies)
... I must start by saying that it is not a psychological response, but switching to the brand DURAGESIC 100 mcg patch from the Sandoz patch, I can feel a major difference. Is it enough to give me the relief I am hoping for? ... (1 replies)
... I'm on the 100 mcg Sandoz patch with 30 mg Roxicodone for BT. ... (7 replies)
... I have been on the Mylan Fentanyl patches and would like to try the Sandoz patch for all of the reasons I have been reading on this board.. mainly the fact that it doesn't last even 2 days. ... (3 replies)
... I know I've said it before, but when I think of the millions of pain people who never had the chance to use this patch I realize those of us who use it successfully should never whine about one thing...ever. Well, I'll clarify that just a bit..... ... (3 replies)
... I just called my pharmacy and they are carrying the Sandoz patch, so good news. Question though. ... (15 replies)
... Mylan may be another one to try if you can't find Sandoz as it is pretty common...lots of chatter which shows it being either hit or miss though. ... (5 replies)
... Thank you Kate. Never used Sandoz but is generic equivalent to Duragesic and hope patch to last 3 days. ... (5 replies)

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