10/325 Oxycodone & 60mg Morphine

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Chuck Says:
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I take 60mg of Morphine 3x daily + 10/325 mg Oxycodone/Acetaminophen daily. My cancer is getting worse. Any ideas?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Chuck! How are you feeling? I'm very sorry that your cancer isn't improving.

Many cancer patients end up requiring a very potent narcotic, such as Fentanyl. It's available in a patch that you wear on your skin and change every 48 to 72 hours, so that may be something to discuss with your doctor. It was actually specifically created to help cancer patients.

The FDA classifies this as a This is a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation.

Does anyone else have any suggestions?

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TOrrell Says:
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I am so sorry you are suffering from cancer! My father went from the doses you are on to the pain patch mentioned above. The placement of the patch is very important for maximum relief so ask your doctor if you try this. It is a very stong medication. From my experiences it would be better to get by with the meds you are on if at all possible. Prayers for you!!!

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Fentanylcanbehell Says:
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Torell,
The reason fentanyl is reserved for only those in end stage cancer patients is because of the level of sedation it causes. I heard of some intractable pain patients using this drug which blows my mind. There is no where to go from here so if someone has years to live and they are initiated on this medicine only hell can be the end result as upward dosing will be required and if cessation is ever required Withdrawl is almost an impossibility because of the overwhelming health complications accompanied by that.Only methadone Withdrawl can match in intensity of abstinence syndrome symptoms.Thats why this chemical should be reserved for only in those extreme end stage conditions.

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