Nausea effect of Fentanyl

We have 105 consumer reports for Fentanyl. Nausea effect occurred in 18%.

Patients statistics on Nausea side effect for Fentanyl

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
140.78
178.85

Average height in Ft
5′ 7″
5′ 10″

Average age
42
66

Fentanyl Circle Diagram 19 consumers of 105 reported about Nausea

  1. Mitzi R. Ray says:
    3.0 rating

    At first it was extreme with tiredness, mood swings, nausea, After a good two / three weeks, the side effects were up to the fatigue. The application is very simple. You just have to keep the times. I always glue every three days at 6 o’clock in the morning.

    Side effects: Mood swings; Nausea; Fatigue
  2. 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
  3. Michael R. Young says:
    3.0 rating

    Fentanyl for Pain (back)

    Tiredness, nausea, digestive effects, constipation and intestinal obstruction. Ingestion not uncritical, also considerable dependence potential.

  4. Jess N. Johnson says:
    2.5 rating

    Sweating, Since I change every 2 days, sometimes it comes to action highlights with mild nausea. Anyone who takes fentanyl or a different opiate or morphine, should know that it needs at deposition, absolutely a compensation. When weaning you should ask yourself, what means do I take then. Also, the follow-up makes dependent. I can only guess that any patient who needs strong painkiller, takes a pain therapist who enlightens. Many family doctor, is overwhelmed dami. After an accident and 4 years of hospitalization with 62 operations since 1966, I feel a little bit about doctors and their methods of knowing about medications. Always ask and ask again. Most already helps a combination with talk therapy. (For example, Autogenic Training) Through Fentanyl, I was almost fully involved in social life. At the time, I had 700 drops of Valoron, then Tramal, etc. Got stomach, intestines, etc. difficulties. Am now 62 years old, drive a car (which I was allowed to do after the acclimation)

    Side effects: Dependence; Sweat; Nausea
  5. 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.

  6. 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
  7. Phyllis R. Okamoto says:
    4.0 rating

    I received Fentanyl for severe pain after rib fracture. I hardly had any pain anymore, only when lying on my side. I felt the easing of the effect after 3 days clearly. The side effect is only partially bearable. First of all nausea, lack of appetite, heavy sweating, constipation, tiredness, disorientation and in general the feeling to have int. After weaning, withdrawal symptoms such as restlessness, sleep disturbances, depression, listlessness and severe aggression were added.

  8. 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
  9. 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

  10. Mario J. Smalls says:
    3.5 rating

    Fentanyl for Pain (back)

    In spurts occurring significant sweats. Nausea on the verge of vomiting. Reduced thinking ability. discontinued. Withdrawal symptoms: I would like to blow up the world in this condition.