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... I have been having problems off and on with what I thought were "bad patches" meaning the patch was not working and I was going into withdrawals which anyone on Fentanyl knows what kind of a hell that is. To make a long story short, it was not a problem with the patch, it was me. ... (17 replies)
... Yikes!!! This is absolutely not a good thing. Can you find a doctor that would at least put you on the fentanyl patch or some other equivalent pain medication. I can definitely tell you that you will go through HORRIBLE WITHDRAWAL if you suddenly stop the Actiq losenges. ... (11 replies)
... very uncomfortable state mentally. How long has she been living alone, how long were there people growing up or living in your house. I wouldn't mess with the fentanyl withdrawals right now, the depression that came with it made me very suicidal. I had to adjust to a different narcotic until this passes. I'm 38 not81. ... (18 replies)

... be made to suffer because some doctor says "you shouldn't be on narcotic" and then drop you down and off way too fast. Get her into a detox facility because the withdrawal from the fentanyl patch can be EXTREME and she needs help to get through the withdrawal. ... (18 replies)
... I am desperately trying to find some help on what to do with my 81 year old mother who has been on fentanyl duragesic patches for 8 years for what appears to be psychosomatic pain. ... (18 replies)
... I have been on fentanyl for almost 3 years. I have a disease called genetic pancreatitis, that I use fentanyl for. I tried to get off this medicine, for it seems to be taking control of my life. I am on 100 mcq every 48 hrs. I started with 75 every 72 hrs. ... (6 replies)
... t since it was the first month I had taken them that he could not prescribe anymore than ten for the I worked through the past weekend in the midst of fentanyl withdrawal. I wouldn't wish that kind of pain on my worst of enemies... ... (11 replies)
... her stuff but you could transition to Methadone and feel no withdrawal at all. ... (6 replies)
... ng the pain relief I did with the Duragesic. Honestly, I would have thought I had come down with the flu if it hadn't been for the fact that I have gone through fentanyl withdrawal once before. About a year after I was put on the fentanyl I got it in my head that I had to come off of the patch. ... (28 replies)
... As usual Great Post........:) Ferd144 (16 replies)
... urs after the patch is removed, and continue to slowly fall over the next 24 hours or so and the days after. Generally, the second and third day are the worst of withdrawal and then by day four and day five, you start feeling better. ... (16 replies)
... It really sounds to me like your mom has legitimate chronic pain, and an addictive disorder. In that kind of situation, fentanyl is probably not the best solution. My suggestion it to get her to an addictionologist who can treat for both conditions. ... (18 replies)
... wanting Fentanyl is good enough. She should have it. ... (18 replies)
... I would highly suggest a slow taper process. I have heard of people on the fentanyl patch on doses around 100mcg that took 4 months to get off of. They do make a 12 mcg patch which is beneficial for reducing. ... (6 replies)
... Shame on the docs and PM docs for using opiates as an antidepresant, anti anxiety and simply to keep her quite. Pain from withdrawal is normal, It doesn't mean there is pain from that old stomache injury, surgery, disease? ... (18 replies)
... I'm 52 and that withdrawl nearly killed me. I am on suboxone now I was in withdrawal for 3 months from methadone I couldn't take it any more. The suboxone worked great but now I don't know whats gonna happen when I stop it ANYBODY? ... (18 replies)
... d replaced it with a 75 for 2 days, then to a 50 for 2 days and finally to a 25 for 2 days. I was totally off the patch in 6 days. Since I didn't experience any withdrawal symptoms, I am assuming that the oxycodone held them at bay. After about 10 days without the patch I realized just how much the patches were masking my pain. ... (6 replies)
... really quickly while you're adjusting to teh med. Fentanyl is a very strong medication and it's extremely sensitive to body temperature. ... (64 replies)
... e is any invasive procedure at that time, you will likely receive postoperative opioid therapy as well, meaning you may not experience withdrawal pre se from the fentanyl and Norco due to the cross tollerance with whatever opioid they use starting preoperatively, as well as perioperatively and postoperatively. ... (2 replies)
... I'm sorry for getting to this thread so late, but I wanted to let you know that withdrawal off fentanyl is not much different than for any other long acting opiate. ... (18 replies)

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