How much does Fentanyl cost?
Is there a generic?
Asked by Kaycee Whaley 2 years ago.
Fentanyl Patch Cost Answered by Rhea Greuel 2 years ago.
Fentanyl Patch Price Answered by Kenton Sabins 2 years ago.
This Site Might Help You. RE: How much does Fentanyl cost? Is there a generic? Answered by Dian Brensinger 2 years ago.
How much dies fentanyl cost I have 100 mcg & 25 mcg every 72 hours . My insurance lapsed and now I m in trouble I need help , quickly, I have 15 days left and then it s cold turkey /withdrawl fir me. I ve been there and swore I d never go back...it pure hell the withdraws . Please answer me, momfreakingoout Answered by Lannie Gorton 2 years ago.
There is not a generic for Fentanyl yet. It depends on your insurance or lack there of and where you get your scrips filled on cost. Ball park 40-60$ Answered by Nilda Brendal 2 years ago.
Not to my knowledge there isn't. I know under my medical plan it was more expensive then what I normally pay. But it is dangerous stuff!!! I only used one patch and ended up taking it off after almost fainting and stop breathing! The stuff is major big time strong!!! Answered by Lilli Rimkus 2 years ago.
Can my Psychiatrist Prescribe a Narcotic Pain Medication?
I have been diagnosed with Persistent somatoform pain disorder It is basically where I feel pain but there is no real cause for the pain I have had an appendectomy and Gall Bladder surgery and I still feel this pain my PCP says my psychiatrist should look into this condition because he sees no reason to prescribe...
Asked by Jasmine Ratte 2 years ago.
I have been diagnosed with Persistent somatoform pain disorder It is basically where I feel pain but there is no real cause for the pain I have had an appendectomy and Gall Bladder surgery and I still feel this pain my PCP says my psychiatrist should look into this condition because he sees no reason to prescribe me pain medication. I have been on Duragesic 50-75mcg and Oxycodone 5mg (1tab every six hours) and Alprazolam 2mg (every 8 hours) and they work. I have also been on Cymbalta (along with many other SSRI's and SNRI's), Trazodone, Lyrica, Gabapentin, with no luck. I am a Resident Emergency Med Physician and how can I tell my Psychiatrist that the worst drugs that you could possibly put a patient on works for me? I already know the look on the psych's face when I tell him what worked in the past and what I would like to continue. Answered by Kimbery Vandehei 2 years ago.
You should be going to a chronic pain clinic with multidisciplinary ( psych, neurology, physical therapy) services. That way you may get better overall care than you would from one provider. Your PCP is probably not best qualified to manage your condition alone. Answered by Lynelle Hollingworth 2 years ago.
Can you get a bad batch of medication from the pharmacy?
I am also on Duragesic 50(fentanyl transdermal system) and mobic for the fibromyalgia. I have been on the Tylenol 3, fentanyl, mobic combo for about a year now. I just don't understand why now it would react like this with me. It doesn't make any sense.
Asked by Fritz Bonebright 2 years ago.
I got a precription of tylenol # 3 yesterday and I took two like a usually do(I have fibromyalgia and have been on a morphine patch and tylenol # 3 for the past year). About 40 minutes after taking the T3's I started feeling really dizzy and sick to my stomach. I also felt really euphoric like I wasn't in my body. The best way to describe how horrible I felt is like I drank about a 40oz of tequilia and a 40oz of jamican rum all in one big gulp. I thought maybe I was getting a bug so I took two more today and felt exactly the same and it also made my urine very dark. Is it possible to get a bad batch???? HELP PLEASE Answered by Carman Lemar 2 years ago.
It's possible. It's more likely that they gave you the wrong thing by mistake. You might have something like tylenol #4, which has twice as much codeine and could cause the symptoms you describe. Give your pharmacist a call. Answered by Quinton Ansara 2 years ago.
Double check with the pharmacy and see if they have changed their brand on you. The pharmacy can contact the manufacturer and have them check the lot if they still have the original bottle it came from. Tylenol#3 is usually a fast mover (meaning pharmacies go through a bottle rather quickly) so that may not be entirely possible. Generic medications are therapeutically equivalent but different manufacturers can use different excipients (which are the non pharmaceutically active components of the tablets, (colors,preservatives etc.) They are supposed to be bioequivalent with the brand name by -20%/+25% (most generics are within a 1.9%). So it is possible that the tablet you are given can be minutely stronger - hence the slightly higher codeine aspect may cause a little more side effects. The main side effects of codeine are upset stomach, drowsiness and dizziness. Generally I have my patients try another brand and if all else fails try the brand name or change the medication altogether. Answered by Dwana Ellerd 2 years ago.
I've not had it happen to me but I have heard stories of people given the wrong prescription medication. I'd double check it for sure. Answered by Yer Schook 2 years ago.
its usually unlikely but anything is possible to be on the safe side advise the pharmacy where you purchased the med and get their professional advise good luck Answered by Sasha Leopard 2 years ago.
If your on celexa (the medication)......?
is there anything that your not supposed to combine with it? (like vitamins, certain foods, caffeine, anything?!)
Asked by Ranee Cann 2 years ago.
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tranylcypromine Answered by Faustino Mcnell 2 years ago.
There are no side effects at all. I have gone off of it several times and had no issues, although if you do decide to go back on, all that headache and stuff will come back. If the issue is not being able to pay for them I would like to suggest that i am taking a generic version of celexa called citralopram that only costs 20 dollars for 30 pills at 40mg. I hope i helped you, Answered by Barbar Brak 2 years ago.
Tramahexal Sr 100 Answered by Cinda Poulin 2 years ago.