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... med as needed, then you would start to have some or a lot of your bt med left each month, ofcourse this is all relative to the type of pain you are dealing with. ... (10 replies)
... The only real difference in the long acting versus short acting medications is the duration of effect. ... (14 replies)
... I'm just tossing this in for information purposes. Ultram and Relafen aren't really standard or typical meds used in pain management. ... (12 replies)

... I just think that extra pill would get me to the managing of my pain and stable like the lortab did, if that makes sense. As I said before, I understand the oxy is stronger and should last longer but it just is not. I was just wondering if anyone else has encountered this. ... (7 replies)
... Because if you are taking 3 pills...4 times a day...that is 360 pills a month...This could cause a red flag for the DEA and your Dr. As the larger amounts per month aren't very common. ... (8 replies)
... Yes....And this can happen at any time....Even to those who have been taking a particular med for a long time. ... (9 replies)
... I can totally relate to where you're coming from, as I have been switched from medication to medication, short acting to long acting and back again, countless times over the past two years. I'm sorry in advance if I ramble at all, but I'm just trying to offer some help. ... (9 replies)
... First of all, oxycodone is not for you. List it as an allergy from now on. Secondly, tell the prescribing doctor what you told us. ... (4 replies)
Med Question
Feb 6, 2007
... I was wondering if anyone here has had the problem where they cant take any of the long acting meds like methadone,MSContin,fentynl patch or oxycontin? ... (18 replies)
... like i said theres no doses of my meds missing or drop to cause withdrawal. ... (12 replies)
... Shoreline is correct, I really don't understand WHY your doctor is saying you should try the patches... Although you seemed already convinced the patches are the way to go. ... (12 replies)
... to fentanyl patches is too much. ... (12 replies)
... mg, In fact you don't even compare it MG to MG. Fentanyl is certainly not the next step up from Hydrocodone. Is your doc a Board certified PM doc. ... (12 replies)
... My doctor did not suggest any of the other long acting pain medications. ... (12 replies)
... If the patch were prescribed, the medication you are using now is considered when initial dosing. ... (12 replies)
... and sometimes one norco is not enough. ... (12 replies)
... in the last 8 years I have gone from 3 norco and 3 soma a day, to 5 norco and 4 soma a day. some days I do better and have a pill left over. I never know how I will feel from day to day. ... (12 replies)
... short acting for breakthrough is because for most folks, their chronic pain isn't constant. ... (14 replies)
... No the pharmacy typically won't take any meds back, neither would your doctor. Look up what is suggested locally for disposal of unused meds, whether they have a drop off place, or its suggested to dispose of meds in the trash with something icky. ... (3 replies)
... about the fentanyl patch, I don't think you had it on long enough plus the fact you are only at 12. ... (16 replies)


Associated Tags: hydrocodone, long acting opiates, lortab, oxy, oxycodone

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