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Pain Medication Stronger Than Fentanyl

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beaver Says:
At the hospital with heart and.chest pain. already on a fentanol patch and its not working. is there anything stronger than the fentanol patch?

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Verwon Says:
No, Fentanyl is really the strongest narcotic on the market, since it's over 80 times stronger than Morphine.


However, there are medications they can give you that would work faster, but on that the relevant question is, what is causing the pain?

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John Says:
I need a dr in Binghamton area for my medications fentanol and Percocet my dr went out with cancer and the other dr is not weighting he scripts for anyone any more new York Binghamton vestal plead help

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Suze54 Says:
Ask at your hospital for the name of a Pain Specialist, or Rheumatologist. General Practitioners only know what the drug reps tell them. Attending a set of pain self-management sessions at your hospital's clinic will really help. I go every other year. I have been on Fentanyl for eight years. I started on 25mcg. The body builds up a tolerance to it over time. I am on 400mcg now. Half that amount taken by someone who had never used it before would kill a man. I am looking at Methadone next; since your body will not build up a tolerance to it! I hear that very weak laser treatments can eradicate soft tissue pain. You really need a specialist with all the new pain management protocols available now. Keep believing you are going to heal, never give up hope. We are wonderfully made!

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lmciver Says:
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I have full blown ms. I am on percts 10/325 and oxycontin 30 mgs and the pain is getting worse what else would work better the pain in my legs N back wake me every night any suggestions. I see my pain Dr. Next week

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