Depressions effect of Fentanyl

We have 105 consumer reports for Fentanyl. Depressions effect occurred in 6%.

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Fentanyl Circle Diagram 6 consumers of 105 reported about Depressions

  1. 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

  2. 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.

  3. Arthur M. Moreno says:
    4.5 rating

    After 3 OPs in the lumbar spine area, last time in 1999 a strong curvature of the lumbar spine was diagnosed with a right rotation. Over the years I was prescribed a variety of medications. Voltaren Dispers, Tramal, Valaron, etc. I am 57 years old and a stiffening operation would bring nothing. Now I had started with Fentany 25-100 as of 2000. Dizziness, nausea, vomiting and vomiting, depression Sweats I accepted because the pain was endured to 60%. Since 2009, my condition deteriorated considerably. In September 2009, I underwent a Facettendenervierung. Great !!! Unfortunately I had a traffic accident 14 days later. A truck drove on my Combi (what luck) no external injuries. After subsiding the impressions take my Schmerzattaken considerably zu.Befinde me z.Z. in the clinic for non-surgical medicine in Sommerfeld b. Kremmen. Here was the change from Fentanyl to Jurnista. The plaster did not bring the desired effect. Due to heavy sweating broke the plaster. The transition to Jurnista took four not so good days (withdrawal) The doctors help me but with a drug over this time. The Jurnista 32 can not stand it very well. Dry mucous membranes are a small evil. No nausea, depression has become less.

  4. Elliott C. Johnson says:
    4.0 rating

    Fentanyl for Pain (joint)

    These are pain plasters from the family of opioids. The actual task of the drug, namely the pain suppression is excellently fulfilled, only with me the side effects were too strong. They expressed themselves in extremely severe depression, severe nausea, and complete insomnia. Insomnia has lasted until 2 weeks after weaning. Previously, I took a morphine (MST), which the doctor has coldly stopped when prescribing the fentanyl patch, so that still very strong withdrawal symptoms were added. And everyone who knows this, will understand that you can not stand both together. So after 3 days I stopped the bandages and did not take anything for 24 hours. Thereafter, with a reduced dose of MST, he got back in, and 1 hour later the withdrawal symptoms disappeared. That’s why I know first that it was.

    Side effects: Insomnia; Depressions; Nausea
  5. 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?