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... aking methadone for pain control. I always thought it is used for people that had addictions problems. What kind of drug is it and can you use other short acting narcotics with it. ... (5 replies)
... hours a night but would wake up still exhausted. I could wake up at 10 am and be ready for a long nap by 12 or 1. Even with all the sleep, I never felt rested. ... (64 replies)
... Also, typically short acting meds are for breakthrough pain, not taken on a schedule, so it would be taken after the long acting med isn't sufficient. Is there a reason you take the Dilaudid each time you take the Oxycontin? ... (3 replies)

... I'm interested in meds that work as well as oxy and is also long lasting like oxy. ... (10 replies)
... even though it was long lasting. ... (19 replies)
... failed years of standard treatments and respond to short acting narcotics, I'd see a pain management specialist to see if long acting narcotics could be a good option for you. Its been the only thing to provide me any significant lasting relief. ... (15 replies)
... i have to agree with BB here. why are you not already on some type of a more long acting narcotic as opposed to what really sounds like a big old roller coaster of pain you are dealing with? ... (9 replies)
... Just my experience. Enjoy your pain free life. Any day that is without pain is wonderful. And here's hoping the injections give you long lasting relief. ... (17 replies)
... Hello Friends, First Thing is- The Opana Website has a voucher worth 25$ off each script for a year. I've been using mine for 4 months now and my out of pocket is down to 33$ with the voucher. Not too bad. Secondly, when my voucher runs out I will ask my Doc to write me for the generic IR Oxymorphone which will cost me only 12$. Oxymorphone is one of a few... (22 replies)
... Thank you. I went to see the Doctor yesterday and he prescribed percocet again. We dont know if this will be a life long thing when it comes to the pain as there are two seperate pain issues. ... (9 replies)
... Alright I am new here, very first post had no idea actually where to ask this question at goes nothing. This post is actually on behalf of my grandfather. Last month he went to his pain management dr they preformed a urine sample. He left and later got his pills filled (narcotics for bt pain as well as a long lasting) anyways about a week later the nurse from the... (11 replies)
??? Oxycontin
Jan 20, 2010
... I couldn't take Percs every 4 hours or they'd blow my head off, because they were so strong and the effects were very long lasting. Sometimes, one perc would last a good 6 hours. ... (10 replies)
... Hi Guys, I've been suffering with chronic pain for six years. First it was just fibromyalgia but now I have some disk problems in my back. I'm having a real problem finding a med that I can tolerate well. I started out with Elavil (worked only for a while but had some nasty side effects), then went on Neurontin (worked ok for a while but made by BP go up forcing me to go... (8 replies)
... of them. None of which carry any narcotics in them. I am sorry that the staff at your urgent care treated you with total disrespect as a patient.. ... (17 replies)
... More long lasting meds, like the patch or oxycontin, are long acting in nature. ... (16 replies)
... It has been about 30 days now since I have taken the narcotics for pain relief and it has been very tough. We have experimented with a few meds but havent had much relief. ... (5 replies)
... t med, but not one that is a long lasting as Methadone. ... (16 replies)
Methadone, anyone?
Feb 19, 2004
... Tragic, Hello. Unfortunately your naive view seems to be shared with most of the general public (ie - non-chronic pain people), but it's good that you've come here to ask. Because the fact is thousands of people (at least) use Methadone in America for the treatment of chronic pain, their situation has nothing to do with addiction. Many people here at HB use Meth,... (6 replies)
... Actually, it did cost a good amount of money to develope these long acting medications. You must find a way that will allow it to dissolve at a slow enough rate that the food and drug administration will allow you to market it. ... (19 replies)
Stronger meds
Jul 9, 2003
... Has it been made apparent or discussed that you will need to stay on long acting meds and no other treatment will work? ... (27 replies)

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