Bay City, MI
A 39-year-old female asked:
I have been on oral fentanyl =breakthrough cancer pain doctor switching me liquid diladid 10 mg-15mg every 6 hours, not real relief is 20mg to much?
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Dr. John Munshoweranswered
Family Medicine 32 years experience
Individual response: In dealing with acute/chronic pain, it is most important to have continuity of care and discuss your pain and the treatment with the physician treating you. Individuals, depending on the cause of their pain and their pain thresholds, will differ in their needs for higher or lower doses. Best wishes.
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Last updated Jun 2, 2014
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