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... I don't think that you will go through physical withdrawal after only eight days. I have had surgery and been on morphine for a week and did not suffer withdrawals from that. ... (7 replies)
... e addicted to oxy's, well let me tell you from experience, coming off fentanyl is much worse, I can't see going from one addiction to a much more severe one, the patches are so hard to come off of. but I also know....... you have to do what you have to do. ... (51 replies)
... eran and go to a VAMC for treatment. The VA decided to stop prescribing the patch to any Veterans other than those with cancer. I was reduced from 75 to 25 level patches for 15 days along with methadone to assist with the withdraw. ... (51 replies)

... Hi Artgal, and welcome. Geez, it's amazing (and sad) how similar all our stories are. I am in the midst of my third attempt at a taper now, so I feel totally inadequate to give any advice. But it does sound like you did quite a drastic reduction when you completely discontinued the patches. Does Darvon even have any narcotics in it? If not, you may be in full-blown opiate... (13 replies)
... I don't agree with your comment that people who are not addicted will not get withdrawal symptoms after taking opiates for some time. ... (12 replies)
... eventually got off 'em. Was easy because I never felt anything from the fentanyl patches other than pain relief. When they started causing anxiety it was a relief to get off of them. These short term hydrocodone pills are MUCH more addictive. ... (5 replies)
... I'm fairly new to these boards and usually hang out over in pain management and fibromyalgia but I have an addiction problem with my prescribed Opana and I need some advice and help from anyone who knows about my situation. ... (2 replies)
Nov 6, 2005
... Hi Dig, The medication you are talking about is called Fentanyl and is the medication found in the Duragesic Patches. These patches are prescribed for the relief of chronic pain sufferers. ... (4 replies)
... n who was severely injured 10 years ago. Since then I have had numerous back surgeries including a 7 level fusion. In addition, I suffer from post polio and my pain level is sometimes off the chart. ... (1 replies)
... The pain flares.... all we can do is deal with the symptoms of them and it looks like you have that covered with the heating pad and hot baths. ... (13 replies)
... My biggest problem came when I started using for mental pain as well as physical pain. ... (29 replies)
... You might look into fentanyl patches then. ... (6 replies)
... I am also from the back pain board. ... (72 replies)
... looked symptoms by doctors and patients. Chronic pain can turn us into monsters. ... (12 replies)
... a week has passed, my back still hurts, but not like it did when a dose of hydro wore off. So it is my belief that persistant use of hydrocodone does exaserbate pain levels over normal levels. Hope some of this helps someone. ... (9 replies)
... I have had chronic pain for most of my life, in my early 20's doctors did not take me seriously so I learned to live with it... ... (3 replies)
... My pill use started about 15 years ago when I was in treatment for cancer. Radiation burned me so badly towards the end of treatment that I was prescribed pain meds. I am thinking maybe it was Vicodin. After the radiation, I had a huge surgery to remove the mass from my thigh. ... (86 replies)
Jul 31, 2005
... thier medications right, you are right it is up to the addict and it is the addicts fault that abuse drugs , I am blaming people who go to the dr ,get meds for pain and sell them ILLEGALLY ON THE STREETS . ... (48 replies)
... I do the math right based on your info you supplied and you are putting on one of the last 2 patches you have and you can wear the patch for 4 days and when the patches are gone you switch to the pills and take them 1 every 4 hrs you will run out of meds on the 21st and be in full withdrawal by the 22nd. ... (7 replies)
Jul 30, 2005
... Those in Chronic Pain rarely get addicted. ... (48 replies)

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