Fentanyl for Pain (chronic) treatment

We have 105 consumer reports for treatment of Pain (chronic) with Fentanyl. Pain (chronic) used in 22% of cases.

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Fentanyl Circle Diagram 23 consumers of 105 reported about Pain (chronic)

  1. Susan M. White says:
    4.5 rating

    Fentanyl for Pain (chronic)

    I have only begun to use Fentanyl since the day before yesterday, was changed over by Jurnistica 32 (18 months treatment). At first I was really afraid of possible withdrawal symptoms, but I am pleasantly surprised. So far I have hardly any negative side effects except the feeling of having a heavy stone in my stomach; no itching, vomiting or any of the other problems so often described here, sometimes it gets a bit hot for me, but hey, it’s winter and saves me from having to add the chimney! At the moment I even feel that my pain is even more effectively muffled than Jurnista has been able to do; let’s see if it stays that way in the long term or if I only have two good days … I still dream of the remedy that makes it really painless!

    Side effects: Hot flashes
  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. Jennifer D. Harris says:
    3.5 rating

    Fentanyl for Pain (chronic)

    Side effects included severe cramps, insomnia, restlessness and sweating. After weaning, the side effects resolved.

    Side effects: Insomnia; Unrest; Sweat
  4. Margaret D. Johnson says:
    3.0 rating

    Fentanyl for Depression; Pain (chronic)

    1.5 years ago I was operated on the breastbone for health reasons. Here, a metal strap was placed under the sternum and secured with stabilizers right and left to the ribs. Since then, I am suffering from very severe chronic pain. I take the following medicines: Fentanyl 100μg / h plaster change every 2 days; Sevredol 20 mg as needed most 3 times daily; Venlafaxine 375 mg once a day; Trimipramine 100 mg once in the evening; Arcoxia 90 mg 1 x am; Novalgin drops 4 times a day; Valiquid if necessary side effects I have the following: Sweats, constipation, depression, mood swings, irritability, restlessness

  5. Eunice M. Smith says:
    3.5 rating

    Fentanyl for Pain (chronic)

    Fentanyl 50 patches Very easy to handle. Not 100% painless, but definitely better What are the side effects: fatigue permanently. Only sleep could sweat permanently and very extremely drowsiness, dizziness only the first few days.

    Side effects: Dizziness; Sweat; Fatigue
  6. Ellis C. Lopez says:
    1.5 rating

    Fentanyl for Pain (chronic)

    with me almost no side effects on except occasionally juckreitz. When plaster change after 3 days, I have mild to moderate withdrawal symptoms.

    Side effects: Withdrawal symptoms; Itching
  7. 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
  8. 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.

  9. Christopher K. Sanchez says:
    1.5 rating

    Fentanyl for Pain (chronic)

    Because of chronic pancreatites with very severe pain, I got Fentanyl 50 for the first time in early 2006 and changed every 3 days. After surgery and rehab at the end of 2006, I should abruptly stop the drug. After very strong restlessness states up to uncontrolled convulsions (especially when going to bed) I take fentanyl 25. It is not possible to stop.

    Side effects: No side effects
  10. Kim C. Carr says:
    2.5 rating

    Fentanyl for Disc prolapse; Pain (chronic)

    the first 3 weeks I was pretty dirty, almost the whole time have lain. (lying down it was just fine, as soon as I wanted to get up I was sick). It continued for about 3-4 months with fatigue, malaise, sweats. After half a year, I was able to work again. But I do not keep it for 3 days, change every 2 days (in the morning), but the next night can sleep bad, I scratch my whole body. Every second evening, take 1 Fluninoc tablet for at least half a year to be able to sleep at least. Have lost in the last 3 years 24 kg, which was a welcome side effect.

    Side effects: Weight loss; Sweats; Nausea; Fatigue
  11. George B. Harper says:
    2.5 rating

    Fentanyl for Pain (chronic)

    In Oxygesic increasingly indigestion, stomach pain, therefore switching to fentanyl patch STADA. Since then: nausea (worsening), sleep disturbances (first night after patch change), sweating (occasionally), in each case on the third day pain increase

  12. Kristina K. Callis says:
    2.5 rating

    Fentanyl for Pain (chronic)

    After an operation on the sternum, I suffer from chronic pain. I started with the strongest Tilidin, Katadolon and Saroten. Unfortunately, this did not help against the pain at all. So I got Fentanylpflaster 50 micrograms, change every 2 days, otherwise on the 3rd day the strong pain is back completely. If necessary I take ibuprofen 600mg and tramadol and in the evening 1 saroten (amitriptyline). On most days, I tolerate the patches quite well. At first I had constipation, now only rarely. Among other things, I have sweats now and then, fatigue, but what is bearable, worse are the days when you have depressive mood swings and anxiety, but thank God not too often occur. I have not been able to drive until now, but I will start again soon. Of the other drugs I have no side effects. But I usually do not even notice the analgesic effect of ibuprofen. Side effects are summarized by fentanyl: sweating, constipation, fatigue, anxiety disorders and depressive mood swings