What Is The Strongest Narcotic Pain Medication

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pain medication need ansers
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Hi havry one i have a question about fethenol Im on 25+12-mg havry 72hr but still in alot off pain .now I heard from a friend that oxeconten 80 is stronger .im in the pain clinic n my drc sad my insuranse -bmc-dosent cover the oxes can any one tell me iff I can pay for the meds cash ## Hello, Caroux! How are you? No, Fentanyl is the strongest narcotic available, it is even stronger than Oxycodone. 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. However, you may need a medication for breakthrough pain, in addition to the patches. Most doctors will prescribe a low dose Oxycodone or something similar. Have you let your doctor know that your current regimen isn't hand... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Fentanyl.
Thu, Oct 23 '14, 5:34 PM
am looking for the strongest pain pill
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i have a very bad back,from an abusive marriage,sciatica,spinal stenosis,scoliosis,fibromalgia a frozen shoulder & a fusion,c,456 &7. i have a pain pump w/ dilaudid in and take opana10 5x a day. i do not like the opana,i was on morphine30 ir that seemed some better,the pump doesn't help much...i assume my tollerenceis awful high .just wondering if there is something stronger go stop this misery.ty ## Have you ever tried Fentanyl? It's a very potent narcotic opiate, over 80 times stronger than Morphine, so it generally requires just a very small dose to work. Learn more Fentanyl details here. 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. It is somethi... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Dilaudid.
Mon, Sep 12 '16, 12:43 PM
D Narcotic
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Which medication is strongest for extreme chronic joint and muscle pain! Ms contin, OxyContin, or norspan patches? I just want the best continual pain relief! My pain has been severe and chronic for almost a year and I go to a pain clinic this month! Just need more information as my pain is definitely effecting the quality f my life! I am also going to be going to a Rhematoid Arthritis Clinic to see if this is what I have or osteoarthritis! My blood work and bones study shows my bones and muscles are deteriorating! Just need accurate information! ## The pain is getting worse! I am waking up in the middle of the night out of a dead sleep screaming in pain. My husband has to help me as I have been losing muscle strength in my legs so between that and the pain it makes standing and walking... ...
Updated 4 years ago in OxyContin.
Thu, Jun 27 '13, 11:11 PM
strongest pills
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I need to know witch pill is the strongest Norco 5-325 or oxycodone 5mg my husband had a double knee replacement and is in a lot of pain.... ## Hello, Tina! How is he feeling? The Oxycodone is stronger than the Hydrocodone, but in this case, since the Norco also has Acetaminophen in it, they are probably both about equal. Learn more Oxycodone details here. Learn more Norco details here. They are both narcotic opiates that have the potential to be habit forming and could cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. Which has his doctor prescribed? ...
Updated 4 years ago in Norco.
Wed, Oct 16 '13, 5:45 PM
Pain Medication Stronger Than Fentanyl
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At the hospital with heart and.chest pain. already on a fentanol patch and its not working. is there anything stronger than the fentanol patch? ## No, Fentanyl is really the strongest narcotic on the market, since it's over 80 times stronger than Morphine. However, there are medications they can give you that would work faster, but on that the relevant question is, what is causing the pain? ## I need a dr in Binghamton area for my medications fentanol and Percocet my dr went out with cancer and the other dr is not weighting he scripts for anyone any more new York Binghamton vestal plead help ## Ask at your hospital for the name of a Pain Specialist, or Rheumatologist. General Practitioners only know what the drug reps tell them. Attending a set of pain self-management sessions at yo... ...
Updated 2 months ago in Fentanyl.
Mon, Jul 31 '17, 7:46 PM
strong non narcotic pain meds?
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I will be having wisdom teeth pulled. I would like to know what options are availiable for non narcotic pain relief. Preferably the strongest. I will be able to get a prescription, but I would like to avoid opiates or opioids. ## Wow, that's kind of difficult, because knocking out the opiates leaves only options for minimal pain relief. In many cases, a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory would be prescribed, such as just a strong dose of Ibuprofen, but that can depend on how complicated the extractions are and how much you're bleeding afterwards. Learn more Ibuprofen details here. Are they being done in office, or as surgical extractions? ...
Updated 4 years ago in Ibuprofen.
Mon, Jan 21 '13, 2:01 PM
pain medication without acetaminophen or ibuprofen
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I've had severe chronic pain for years. Pain dr. Gave me 7.5/325 hydrocodone. I have hep c and chronic anemia. I don't want either tylenol or Ib.. what can I ask for that has none of those and is stronger? Would a fentanyl patch work? ## Hello, Andrea! How are you feeling? Fentanyl is the strongest narcotic available, so it may not be wise to jump straight to it, because that's not going to leave you anywhere to go in the future, once you build up a tolerance. Learn more Fentanyl details here. There are several others that are stronger and don't contain NSAIDs. One would be Oxycodone, which is available in instant release, regular release and time released formulations. Learn more Oxycodone details here. There's also Morphine, Dilaudid and Opana. Learn more Morphine ... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Acetaminophen.
Tue, Oct 08 '13, 4:56 PM
narcotic patche's
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What doses do morphine patches come in and do morphine patches actually exsist. ## Hi. I know there is a strong opiod patch called Fentenyl. The available dose varies and I was told that this is the strongest form of opiod available. I was prescribed for a while and the patches last for 48-72 hrs before you need to change to a new one. Very easy to tale and I felt the least amount of paincompared to other types. I I've in V an ad a but I've read that Gentanyl with slight differences is in the USA as well. ## @Darby (original poster), I personally haven't heard of Morphine patches and do not think they exist. If they do make them, drug companies certainly aren't making any effort to market them. Post #1 had mentioned Fentanyl coming in the form of an opioid patch, and I b... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Morphine.
Wed, Apr 15 '15, 1:08 PM
Kick Ass Pain Pill, strongest and best for back pain.
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Howdy folks, in bad shape and need some relief. I've taken the Lortabs/Lorcegts, Darvaset Percoset, yada, yada yada. Come here pretty lady I have something to put in your mouth! ## Have tried any of the straight narcotic analgesics, such as Oxycontin, which is a time released formulation of Oxycodone, or MS Contin, which is a time released formulation of Morphine? Otherwise, the strongest on the market would be Fentanyl: ...
Updated 5 years ago in Lortab.
Fri, Apr 20 '12, 2:31 PM
what is the difference between oxycoddonone and tramadol
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I was taking hydrocodone 7.750 now they have me on norco 10/325. I don't feel that the new medication is working as well, I get really upset stomach aches and also takes long to heal my pain which I have two bad disc the pain is so bad like if I'm about to give birth or if someone is tearing my back apart,can somebody help me please. ## All of these are opiate analgesics, but Tramadol is the weakest of what you've listed, Hydrocodone would be next and Oxycodone is the strongest of these. 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. Thus, if the Norco isn't working, you may want to speak to your doctor about trying Oxycodone or Percocet, which combin... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Tramadol.
Sat, Feb 27 '16, 3:41 AM
Pain Killers That Start With The Letter C
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What is the name of a strong analgesic starting with the letter C ## Codeine, which is a mild narcotic. Learn more Codeine details here. There are others in other analgesic categories, but this would be the strongest one of them. Are you trying to remember the name of something? ...
Updated 4 years ago in Codeine.
Mon, Apr 08 '13, 3:46 PM
What should I so?
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Hello I'm currently taking Hydrocodone APAP 10/500mg! I was prescribed 60tabs but after taking at least 10 of them I have not be releaved of pain nor does this medicine have an affect on me... What should I do? ## I meant relieved of pain And what should I do? ## Did you take 10 at once or separately? Because you should be informed that taking a lot at once can be very dangerous due to the Acetaminophen in this. It is toxic if taken in amounts exceeding 4,000mgs a day and 10 of these tablets would have been 5,000mgs. As to what you should do, the 10mg of Hydrocodone, a narcotic pain reliever, is the strongest that this is available in, so if it is not helping your pain, then you need to contact your doctor and discuss the issue with them. Have you called them, yet? ## my dr change... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Acetaminophen + Hydrocodone.
Mon, Dec 17 '12, 1:00 PM
dilaudid and fentanyl what is stronger
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my fiancée is on 25 mg of fentanyl she was on 12 mg of exalgo. what is the difference and what is stronger? the pain management company she is dealing is very hard to talk too and get ahold of. she has a lot of breakthrough pain. can anyone help me with these questions please and thank you. ## Hello, Alexander! How is your fiancé doing? The Fentanyl is actually the strongest narcotic available, but she may need a stronger dose of it. 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. Has she consulted her doctor? ## She has called a couple of times. She has been on them for about 7 days now. How high will they put her just to get to the break though pain? She i... ...
Updated 4 months ago in Dilaudid.
Thu, Jun 01 '17, 11:52 AM
What's the difference between oxycontin 80mg and opana er 40mg
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I have been taking this med app. 6 months, oxycontin 80mg, they just changed it to opana ER 40mg., does anyone know the difference? Does anyone know which is better for arounf the clock severe pain? Thank you ## They are both different opiates, but you've been given an equivalent dose. There really is no better or best medication that anyone should tell you, it depends on you and what works best to relieve your pain. Have you tried the Opana, 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. ## Opana is probably one of the strongest narcotics out there for in home use. I'm not talking about injectables, pills only. It has very ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Opana.
Mon, Sep 12 '16, 4:54 PM
which dosage of vicodin is the best
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Which dosage of Vicodin is the most effective or strongest? My family physician put me on 5/500, but my surgeon has put me on 7.5/325. Is one supposed to do more then the other one? ## Hi marie, Vicodin 5/500 contains (5 mg) of Hydrocodone and (500 mg) of Acetaminophen; Vicodin 7.5/325 contains (7 mg) of Hydrocodone and (325 mg) of Acetaminophen. Hydrocodone is the narcotic pain reliever and is much stronger than Acetaminophen-which is included to increase the effects of the narcotic. That being said, I believe that the surgeon gave you a somewhat stronger dose since 7.5/325 contains (2.5 mg) more of the narcotic than 5/500. Medication effects each individual differently however. The surgeon may have given you a dose with less Acetaminophen seeing as it can be very damaging to the liver... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Vicodin.
Fri, Jun 21 '13, 3:42 PM
Is there a stronger Hydrocodone than 10/325?
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I have tried the oxycodone 10/325 and they make me sick to my stomach. I have been on the Hydrocodone for 8 yrs and they are not working anymore. I am allowed 4 a day and the pain is not easing for me anymore. ## Hello, Tammy! How are you? I am very sorry about the problems you're having. And no, this is the strongest dosage available, now. Have you consulted your doctor? You may need to switch to a different medicate to regain pain control. 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. ## hello tammy, Just ready read your questions pertaining to why your is not working like it used to. I to have been having the similar problems. My chronic pains stems back 40 y... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Hydrocodone.
Fri, Jul 01 '16, 2:12 PM
Info about my pain management
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I just recently visit pain managment doctor and he put me on some medication that I have been on in the past roxycodone, methadone for the break thru pain i still am in so much pain is there something new out there to try the pain is intolerable.I'm on medicaid and was told medicaid dont cover certain things can someone here in florida please advice me what to do since Ia'm new here from Alaska ## There really is nothing new as far as narcotic pain medications, you are on pretty much the strongest available with the Oxycodone in the Roxicodone. The Methadone is also very strong. And yes, it is also true that Medicaid does not cover some medications, such as the time released Oxycodone, due to the problems with abuse and diversion of it. It really sounds like your doctor is presc... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Milnacipran Hydrochloride.
Fri, Feb 07 '14, 12:00 AM
Is There An Over The Counter med compareable toVicoden
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I am currently taking vicoden for knee replacement surgery...is there any OTC pain med to take that would be similar? Thank you! ## Not in the U.S. Vicodin contains Acetaminophen and Hydrocodone. The Hydrocodone is a narcotic analgesic and there are none available over the counter in the U.S. The strongest medications for pain that are available over the counter in the U.S. are the basic nonsteroidal anti-inflammatories, such as Ibuprofen and Naproxen. Have you tried discussing it with your doctor? ...
Updated 6 years ago in Vicodin.
Thu, Jun 30 '11, 10:50 AM
Stronger pain control than Tylenol #4
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I've been taking tylenol #4 with codeine for over 18 years now for pain management. I would like to know what is the next step up because its not as effective anymore. I currently take 12 tablets a day. ## Hello Thoyt! Wow! I'm sorry you're in so much pain. That's a lot of it to be taken in one day, you're exceeding the 3,000mgs daily limit issued by the FDA or Acetaminophen. This medication is classified 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. The next step up would probably be Tramadol or Hydrocodone, with the first being the weakest and they latter being the strongest. Does anyone else have any suggestions? ## Codeine is not recommended for l... ...
Updated 2 months ago in Tylenol.
Mon, Aug 07 '17, 9:15 AM
tramadol, hydrocodone apap 5 325 or tylenol, which is better for pain. i am on blood thinners
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tramadol, hydrocodone apap 5 325 or Tylenol 3, which is better for pain. i am on blood thinners ## Tramadol is stronger. I'd research about the blood thinners. Might help to know that Tramadol is relatively new on the market, researchers might not have all of the facts. Ten years ago, the word was that it was NOT addictive. Now we know that it is Still, it is a nice, less ominous, alternative to narcotics. Cwwhiterabbit ## Hello, Shelby! How are you? In order of strength and efficacy… Tylenol 3 is the mildest you've listed, then Tramadol and the strongest is the Hydrocodone/APAP. 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. Is there anything else I ca... ...
Updated 4 months ago in Tramadol.
Sun, Jun 04 '17, 10:13 PM

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