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It depends: Drug allergies and sensitivities to drugs are different. True allergies usually involve activation of the body's immune system to fight the "foreign" substance, in this case fentanyl. These are often serious and potentially life threatening. Fentanyl sensitivity include side effects like itching, nausea, or rash. These are annoying but not life threatening. Fentanyl rarely causes a true allergy. ...Read more
Ever heard of oral sedation using midazolam syrup to reduce anxiety in addition to oral transmucosal fentanyl citrate for pain prior to surgery?
What is the correct breakthrough medication cause i'm taking fentanyl 75 mcg but the breakthrough medication isn't working no more wich is 10 mg oxy?
There are: A lot of choices. You should consult with a pain specialist to come up with an optimal regimen. ...Read more
False positive on urine drug screen will ketorolac or fentanyl cause a false positive for a barbituate in a urine test. Previously had a blood test for drugs which was negative and was given these two medications in the hospital for pain and then give t
Is this diabetes, or caused by my medication? I have a spinal injury, and am on the following medications:
fentanyl 12mcg/hr trans-dermal patch
promethazine 25mg tablet-as needed
ibuprofin 800mg [email protected] 6 hours as needed
naproxen 500mg- 2x daily
It : It sounds like you went over 24 hours without eating, which could certainly cause low blood sugar. This, combined with your medication regimen could have caused this extreme fatigue. If diabetes runs in your family, your risk of developing the disease is higher. However, experiencing hypoglycemia does not necessarily mean you have diabetes. Diabetes is diagnosed by blood glucose tests that show a trend of high blood sugars in the blood plasma (over 126). It is manifested by high blood sugar in the blood and low performance of Insulin (which is produced by the body to lower the blood sugar). Symptoms of high blood sugar include extreme thirst/hunger, blurred vision, frequent urination, dry mouth, poor wound healing, recurrent infection and fatigue. See your doctor if you notice any of these signs of high blood sugar. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Fentanyl is: Unique pharmacolocig compund that may cover narcotic/opiod receptors but it and its metabolites may not be picked p in generic screens for morhine, heroin, Methadone or cannabinoids. There are other newer pain products Nucynta (tapentadol) that also are relatively potent analgesics that do not turn screens positive. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
After my doctor made me feel like a drug seeker today, I've taken my Fentanyl patch off and am no longer taking my other meds. Is this dangerous?
Stopping: These meds cold could give you a rough ride. I would talk to your doctor or if you are not comfortable with him find another doctor to help you wean off the meds. The higher doses and the longer you were on the meds. All lead to a more severe withdraw. Nausea, vomiting , abd pain, anxiety etc just to name a few symptoms. But explain what you want to do. And wean off slowly. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Had an EP study and they gave me fentanyl (3 times).It did nothing, I was in excruciating pain the entire time. What could be reason this drug failed?
Procedural pain: You would get your best information by asking the EP who did the study. Without knowing what was going on, the only speculation would be the dose of fentanyl wasn't enough to cover the pain. There could have been lots of reasons but speculating blindly won't tell you anything. ...Read more
I had conscious sedation for a colonoscopy with fentanyl w/3 other drugs.i was never sedated.cried in pain the entire procedure.why didnt it work?
You might want: to ask the anesthesiologist this question. He would know the specific medications and amounts. ...Read more