How Long Does It Take 30mg Embed To Work An How Does It Make

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Sunshine Says:
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I recently was changed to embeda30mg time released from 30mg ms cotton time released. I know why the change an I think it was genius. Is there a big change in the pain relief or does it work better? I'm all in on safety and the more meds.they can do this to is fantastic. Any way just curious about the change in my meds.

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Sunshine! How are you?

Just like with any other medication, it varies from person to person, there are some people that have found it works great and others got no pain relief from it. The only way to see how it works for you is by trying it.

Have you taken it, yet?

The FDA classifies this medication as 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.

Has anyone else been on this medication?

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N Dallas Says:

I have had severe joint pain for over a year. Started seeming a pain management dr for pain control. Took narco, and pain patches for months prior to surgery. Now three weeks post joint replacement and pain melds stopped working. Pain management put me on Embeda ,it wasn't working. Then my doctor told me it could take up to 2 weeks to work. Is this true? I can't work, sleep is difficult and I am frustrated. N Dallas

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justmebrie Says:

I have been on embeda for 6 months, it is a joke. It does nothing for my pain at all and I was taking more oxycodone than ever because of that, then finally they switched me to the patch but I have been in hell for 3 days crying in pain, the patches are not working and once again, I will be out of oxycodone before my month is up. Embeda works for some, but my genetics evaluation showed that my body metabolizes morphine too quickly, so that may have been why it was not working for me.

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