Fentanyl for Pain (acute) treatment

We have 105 consumer reports for treatment of Pain (acute) with Fentanyl. Pain (acute) used in 15% of cases.

Patients statistics on Pain (acute) for Fentanyl

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
139.33
182.32

Average height in Ft
5′ 4″
5′ 8″

Average age
46
56

Fentanyl Circle Diagram 16 consumers of 105 reported about Pain (acute)

  1. Rebecca R. Chastain says:
    2.5 rating

    Fentanyl for Depression; Pain (acute)

    For all the drugs, fatigue was the side effect, but also soreness, dry mouth, thirst, loss of appetite and drive. Strong psychic and physical dependency on all medications.

    Side effects: Anorexia; Fatigue
  2. Donald A. Wright says:
    3.5 rating

    Fentanyl for Pain (acute); Pain (chronic)

    For decades I have had severe pain (cervical vertebrae and back) with constant headaches. For about 3 years I go to the pain therapy and take the Fentanyl patch 25 mg / h. Unfortunately, the dosage is no longer sufficient, so I’m now (since 3 weeks) to 50 mg / h. So much for dependence! As soon as the effect wears off, I have an inner restlessness associated with feelings of anxiety (then I can not stand still, have this tingling sensation in my legs). Common side effects include constipation, depression, sweats, insomnia. Would like to sell the patch (gradually, despite the known side effects), but there are comparable alternatives?

  3. Rachael D. Baber says:
    3.5 rating

    Fentanyl for Pain (acute); Pain (chronic)

    Have Fentanyllollies against my breakthrough pain. Within a few minutes the pain is bearable and then disappears. The side effects are limited. For the first time I was dealing with respiratory problems, but these have diminished from application to application. But what is unpleasant to this day is the itching, which also lasts for a while. There are also slight nausea and dizziness. But rather these side effects than unbearable pain peaks.

    Side effects: Dizziness; Itching; Nausea
  4. Patricia R. Karsten says:
    4.0 rating

    Fentanyl for Pain (acute); Pain (chronic)

    The worst thing for me is that despite the many medications, I still have a lot of pain and the side effects are just as bad. In addition to constipation and very heavy sweating, I suffer especially from the strong depression and constant fatigue.

  5. David M. Guidry says:
    2.0 rating

    Fentanyl for Pain (acute)

    Honestly, I do not know if I’m in the right forum here. But I would like to warn you against Fentanyl. The stuff is -zifty times stronger than heroin and has a very high addictive potential !. I have been opiate-dependent for more than 20 years (with several breaks) and I have not found anything stronger. You can also cut the patches and then smoke. After 4 – 5 moves you are so wide that you feel like an anesthetic. I still deeply regret that I touched the plaster, because I absolutely can not get away from it and the withdrawal is much stronger than with heroin. You can hardly compensate fentanyl with heroin. The problem with me is also that one Fentanyl is not on every corner

    Side effects: No side effects