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What is the dosage equivilent from DILAUDID 4MG to OPANA IR 10mg and..
I was just changed from the best pain meds I have found in 12 years of chronic pain (Exalgo ER 16mg + 4mg x 4 for breakthrough) because of a Medicare deal. Now I'm dealing with Opana ER 30mg twice daily and 10mg hydromorphone. So far the itching hasn't killed me, but I am reminded of why we switched in the first place. On the other hand, the strength seems more... I haven't been able to fill Opana ER (from Thurs to Tues is a long haul especially if I didn't have a spouse who hide meds when I need them to...) My math sucks. Not as much as withdrawal or OD though. What's the conversion? Happy Florist's Day! My first day here, glad I found you. ## Yes, you are on a slightly higher dosage, now. Thats why it feels like the strength is more. This is a narcotic analgesi... ...
Updated 4 days ago in Dilaudid.
Mon, Sep 15 '14, 4:37 PM   3  Subscribe to thread 260273
DILAUDID
My doctor put me on 16 mg of Dilaudid. The perscription says Exalgo. Is that a brand name? I was taking oxycotin 40 mg 3 times a day and 10mg perts. 3 times a day. isn't 16 mg a high dose? ## Both Exalgo and Dilaudid are brand names for the narcotic Hydromorphone. As to the 16mgs, it is not really high when you have an opiate tolerance and use high doses of them on a regular basis, which is what you were doing. It does carry the risk of side effects, such as: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and constipation. Read more: Do you have any questions? ## How long does it take for dilaudid to get off your system while pregnant. Ive beeb doung them all my 7 month of pregnancy and scared the state would get involved when i give birth and take my baby?, what should i do help. ## You should just... ...
Updated 10 months ago in Dilaudid.
Fri, Oct 25 '13, 8:05 PM   3  Subscribe to thread 208604
names for hydromorphone
I'm a 16 year chrnic pain patient, I just want to know the er names for it or can you just get that? I hate to go to morphine but my Dr. is a low numbers guy. Good Doc though. MS Contin does not work. I'd rather be on the Roxy ir but the numbers are to high for my Doc . Icannot take the new oxy op's they make me sick severe headaches and stomach pain. If any body could give me answers I'd apprectate it. I have to switch my next visit, in about ten days If he is doing the exalgo I am going for that. there is alot of hassle around it though. Answers thanks1 ## Hydromorphone is commonly prescribed under the trade name Dilaudid. It is also the ingredient in the Exalgo. Common side effects to it may include: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and constipation. Learn more: Are ther... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Hydromorphone.
Mon, May 02 '11, 12:15 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 209217


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