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Posted 2 Dec 2010 by • 7 answers
I understand that Methadone is a large molecule and covers the opiate receptors really well, so not much else will work. I've been using Fentora for breakthrough pain, but my doctor doesn't want to prescribe that anymore. One idea is oxycodone - are there other medications that might ...
Posted 23 Dec 2012 by • 3 answers
... individual sprays at once. NO DIFFERNT THAN ONE :(. Who has found this helpful for breakthrough pain? I tried fentora and got more relief from that. Now thinking of going to Actiq... who has had success with Subsys and is anyone on Actiq?
Posted 29 Mar 2015 by • 4 answers
As a chronic pain patient who is allergic to almost every other narcotic available, fentanyl has been a Godsend. I use the patches as my base meds, and have used fentora and fentanyl citrate (actiq lozenges) for breakthrough pain. Yes I have signed all the TIRF forms every year, and both my pain ...
Posted 19 Aug 2012 by • 3 answers
I am a 46 year old female. I have been on pain meds so long and i am very tolerate to them. I have throat cancer. My pain doc has me on 250 mcg' s of fentanly patches every 72 hrs. I am also on morphine 30 mg up to eight times a day, the doc put me on fentora last Tuesday.one of my questions ...
Hi. I am new this to group. I have been diagnosed with the"worst case of fibro" my pain doc has seen
Posted 12 Dec 2012 by • 2 answers
Anyway, I am 36 years old, was diagnosed 5 years ago after a traumatic spinal surgery where I coded and nearly lost my life. This surgery has been repeated two more times. I know that 75% of fibromites are female with a neck injury. I am on the highest dosage of meds that I can be. We have played ...
Posted 27 Feb 2010 by • 1 answer
I know you have to have a high tolerance for strong (opiate) pain medication. I also know it isn't used for acute pain, obviously. What type of medication is Fentora and how is it normally "delivered" in to your system? I heard it is a tablet that dissolves under your tongue. Also, ...
Posted 4 Mar 2010 by • 2 answers
and exactly how it is delivered in to your system? Is there a drug comparable to it?