Hello, I've been on 300 mcg Fentanyl & 120 mg Oxycodone for over 8 yrs. I started seeing a new Dr 12/31/2012, she first told nme she wanted NOTHING to do with my pain meds, she referred me to a PS. Since I couldn't get into see him until April, she decided to decrease my pain meds, the first time she dropped my Oxy to 60 mgs. then 17 days later she decreased my Fentanyl to 50mcg & my Oxy to 15 mg, it's been 6-7 days & my body is going thru alot of different things....my blood pressure is extremely high for me, vomitting, nausea, shakes, sweats, chills, crying, no sleep, migraines, fever, irritability, PAIN, and just "out of it". I have no support, no Dr, and no help.
PLEASE, HELP ME!
Thank You for any info/ideas/help/support you can offer.
What you are going through is not safe and maybe too much for your body, specially with high blood pressure. Please look for medical assistance immediately , even if you have to walk into a emergency room and let them stabilize your blood pressure, heart rate , fluids and etc.. That is why we do it in our hospital under medical care . You can see more information on opiates.com on how we medically detox patients. Regardless what route you decide to take, you cannot keep going through this physical stress. Please look for help ASAP. I wish you all the best.
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