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## Given as painkiller after operation - after 4 days, began itching, discomfort, I refused to take any more, left off all pain medication in hospital. I need to know what it contains and what warnings of reactions/allergies there are. ## Had been given fentanyl after Hysterectomy. Immediate reaction was severe rash and distressing, quite violent itching. Anaesthetist discontinued application. I am llergic to morphine for same reason - previous operation. What warnings and side effects other than mine are there? ## Fentanyl is a very powerful narcotic, it should not be used for somene who is not already tolerant to narcotics. It is 80 times stronger than Morphine! The most common side effects are similar to those of other narcotics, drowsiness, nausea, constipation, dry mouth and respir... ...
Updated 9 years ago in Fentanyl.
Wed, Jul 30 '08, 10:21 AM
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what are the side effects of di antalvic it's disadvantages ## From what I was able to gather Proproxyphene is the active ingredient in Di-Antalvic. Trade-names of this drug include Darvocet-N and Digesic Darvon with APAP for dextropropoxyphene and paracetamol and Darvon with ASA for dextropropoxyphene and aspirin. The paracetamol combination(s) are known as co-proxamol or in the United Kingdom, Capadex or Di-Gesic in Australia, Lentogesic in South Africa, and Di-Antalvic in France. Common side effects include: Constipation, vomiting, drowsiness, lightheadedness, and nausea. To learn more click on the link below... Do you have any more questions or information to add? Please post back if you do. ...
Updated 8 years ago in Darvocet.
Wed, Aug 19 '09, 5:50 PM

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