i'm not from an english spoken conuntry so i hope i can get my self unnderstood.i've benn on oxy since december 2009 and increase till 6 pils of 80.about 2 weeks ago had no oxy left snd i tried to avoid withdrawal with fentanyl patches. 2 of 100 and 1 of 50 but after the simptoms of w/d ended i took them of and put another when simptoms started and so on till this mondey when i finished all the patches i had. monday i had a hard w/d but sedate my self with xanax valium and carmabazepine i got on prescription. yesterday i felt better but i made in fentanyl iv with 10% of an old patch i used only 12 hours and today same. my question is:WILL WIThDRAWAL COME BACK AFTER THIS 2 SHOTS?
Withdrawal from Fentanyl is a beast all by itself. I was on it for a couple of years and I could not get my rx on time one time and it was awful. I was just changed from Fentanyl to MsContin and felt no withdrawls at all... but if I were to stop the MsContin I would go into withdrawal... when you use one drug to get off another it prolongs the ending that was coming all along... there will be some withdrawl. Fentanyl is very powerful and so MsContin... anyway you look at it. Good Luck!
You need to speak with your doctor and please stop self medicating to put off w/d. And please please please do not make any more ivs or shots from patches. You are putting your life in danger. CALL YOUR DOCTOR AS SOON AS POSSIBLE!!!! Come clean about what you are doing and get the help you need FROM A DOCTOR. Good luck and please take care of you!!!!
I was on fentanyl 50mcg patch every 72 hrs for about 3 mos, I want out, so I asked my doctor for vicodin 5/325 instead. will I be able to wean off of fentanyl by taking the vicodin as needed? I feel cold and shaky
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