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... When I was using the Fentanyl patches by the 3rd day I wasn't in severe pain either, but it was definetely noticeable and it was almost as if I was starting to go into mild withdrawl. ... (11 replies)
... t find much info on the web regarding this. My PM Doctor switched me to the Fentanyl patch, .75, along with my Dilaudid 4mg. ... (11 replies)
... I know it is a long acting dilaudid type capsule coming in strengths up to 32mg a capsule. Also I don't know much about methadone either? ... (5 replies)

... d's the Fentanyl will replace the oxy in your system. The fentanyl should give you pretty good pain coverage, it's the strongest out patient narcotic, and dilaudid works on a different pain center, so they should compliment each other well. ... (11 replies)
... Thanks for your detailed response. Interesting on the Fentanyl. As for my Dilaudid, my PM doctor wrote it as take it 3 times a day. So, my case is a little different in that aspect. I'm just thankful that he's found a combo that doesn't have me in horrific pain. Again, thanks for taking the time to write back to me explaining all of this. I've been on the patch before, but... (11 replies)
... I was on the Fentanyl patches for a little while. I found that switching the patches every 2 days instead of every 3 days worked great. ... (11 replies)
... however, it's not debilitating pain by the 3rd day... and the Dilaudid seems to keep it under control until I change the patch. I'm going to keep a schedule though, should my pain symptoms change. ... (11 replies)
... Hi Shawn, Actually different opiaites do work better on different types of pain. Everyone reponse is going to be difeferent but generally, methadone works better on neuro panin, Oxycodone works better on visceral pain. Because different opiates bind to different opiate receptors the response can be very dramatic from one to the other. They all bind to some common receptors... (5 replies)
... I can't take 4mg or 2mg dilaudid as it makes me feel sick and dizzy. Dilaudid works well for me in the IV form administered at the hospital, but the pills don't work well at all for me. ... (2 replies)
... up coming up soon. I might ask for something other than the fentanyl because it doesn't seem to be working all that well. ... (13 replies)
... I have also read a lot of information concerning the sheer potency of fentanyl and the dangers associated. ... (5 replies)
... My husband recently got hurt and is now in a rehab unit, the Nurses are using Dilaudid for BT pain. Is this Possible to use Dilaudid for BT with the Fentanyl Patch? ... (2 replies)
Fentanyl and Actiq
Dec 29, 2006
... Now, I also use Dilaudid 8 mg. I use the Dilaudid for certain types of pain, while I use the Actiq for the neuropathy in my knees and hips. Yes, it's a balancing act, but it's working for me! ... (8 replies)
... I use dilaudid and have multiple failed back surgeries. ... (9 replies)
... I just started Fentanyl 25mcg. I'm on my second patch. ... (63 replies)
... form of Fentanyl. These patches give the body a constant release of fentanyl. IF WE NEED AN ADDITIONAL BOOST OF PAIN MEDICINE WHILE ON THE FENTANYL PATCHES... ... (9 replies)
... Hello... I'm new to the board and have some questions about fentanyl patches. ... (63 replies)
Fentanyl questions
Feb 26, 2006
... already, the Actiq adds extra fentanyl when I need more pain relief. ... (19 replies)
... I hope things stabilize for you and this works out. As you know Pain Management is not about relieving pain, but making it manageable so that we can live our lilves as we endure it. The Fent patches can work very well but there are a lot of variables to consider. If they don't seem to be lasting long enough or working well enough you can go to a 48 hr. dosing as opposed to... (63 replies)
... that I've had in my side for over three years now. No one has been able to find out what is causing it. I've been on many different types of pain medication and Fentanyl was the absolute worst. My PCP started me out at a very low dossage and over the period of a month or more he worked me up to 200mcg. ... (5 replies)




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