FENTANYL-100 Reviews

Average Rating: 3.5 (4 Ratings)

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RATING  REASONSIDE EFFECTS FOR FENTANYL-100COMMENTSSEXAGEDURATION/
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DATE ADDED
 
 5  Chronic Lumbar back and Knee pain Only pain relief I am on Fentanyl 100mcg patch every 2 days, this medication helps allow me to best manage my horrific personal pain problems. M 49 5 years
100mcg 1X D
5/17/2016
 4  adhesive arachnoiditis, FBS constipation, lack of concentration, mild irritation at the patch site, possible short term memory lapses I've been on the patch for about 6 months, and have tolerated it pretty well. I've been on morphine ER, methadone, and oxycontin, and the fentanyl patch has helped more than the others. For me, as with others, it doesn't last the intended 3 days, so my doctor has me replacing the patches every 2 days instead, which works out well. The best thing about these patches is that they have limited the severity of my most intense pain ("attacks" as I call them), and I can at least move around the house while on the patch, as I am bedridden without it. M 36 6 months
150 mcg. 1X O
1/28/2012
 1  back pain griting teeth, immediate withdrawal symptoms, itching, loose stools, depression, loss of appetite, emotions all over the place, and it goes on and on. My doctor and I strongly feel that I had allergic reaction to this medication because I am allergic to vicodin too. This medication was suppose to last 72 hrs instead I started having withdrawal symptoms as soon as I placed the patch on my arm! Be careful! I felt like I was better off dead and thought i was going to be. F 45 7 weeks
75 1X D
12/9/2011
 4  failed lower back surgery, fibromya sleepiness, loss of concentration, very bad side effects if you don't change patches every three days have been through withdrawal because a doctor told me to just stop using them so I could change to opana. Do not just stop at once! You must decrease your patches very slowly to avoid nasty withdrawel symptoms. F 54 6 years
125mg 10X M
2/22/2011
  

FENTANYL-100  (FENTANYL):  See also Warning section. This medication is used to help relieve sudden (breakthrough) cancer pain in people who are regularly taking moderate to large amounts of opioid pain medication. Fentanyl belongs to a class of drugs known as opioid (narcotic) analgesics. It works in the brain to change how your body feels and responds to pain. This medication should not be used to relieve mild or short-term pain (such as due to headache/migraine, dental procedures, surgery).   (Sources: U.S. Centers for Medicare Services, FDA)

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