Has Anyone Had Success With Palladone?

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Karel Says:


I will be switching from Ms Contin to Palladone this weekend. Has anyone tried it? What are the advantages? disadvantages? over the other long term Pain meds?



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Verwon Says:

Palladone is actually considered milder than the Morphine, and Oxycodone is the strongest narcotic. So I am not sure why you are switching or if it will help you more than the morphine.

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Karel Says:

Well the morphine is givining me violent headaces as it did in another preperation I took years ago. I can't stand methadone, taking so many pills a day and my insurance doesnt cover oxyContin at all. So being that I have had had success with dilaulidid as a good breaktrhough med my doc felt we should try it carefully as a base med.

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