Can mepergan cause panic attacts?
I all sudden had a awful panic attact about 1 hour after taking mepergan! i have been taking mepergan for a week ,and i never got nervous or anything, and i take them excatly as perscribed, then all sudden tonight i got nervous and panicky.
Asked by Fannie Mihaila 2 years ago.
I have never heard of mepergan but u should read the bottle or the ingredients of the drug ( i'm assuming ) ...if id does say that it can have adverse reactions such as nervousness and panic attacks then you should see a doctor Answered by Zula Poulton 2 years ago.
Does mepergan fortis work well on pain?
Asked by Mable Snater 2 years ago.
For some people it does...it is a combination of oral Demerol and Phenergan Answered by Temple Cayabyab 2 years ago.
Depends on the person and where the pain is coming from. Some people tolerate pain better than others, so the effect of the drug will effect them differently. It also depends on their past usage of pain meds. If their tolerance for pain meds are high....then it will take something stronger to cease the pain. But, be careful...as you know most pain meds are highly addictive. -Pain clinic RN 20+ years experience. Answered by Giovanna Piascik 2 years ago.
Yes. Im a ER nurse and it is a pain medication of 50mg of demerol and 25mg of phenergan and is for moderate to severe pain. Answered by Jermaine Wieting 2 years ago.
Which medication is stronger? Mepergan Fortis (Demerol) or Percocet, or Roxicodone?
I was asked what I wanted after gallbladder surgery and I'm guessing Demerol...but I'm not sure. Percocet does nothing for my tooth pain so I doubt it will help after surgery. I've never taken Roxicodone.
Asked by Bethany Ciciora 2 years ago.
Roxicodone and Percocet both contain the same opiate which is oxycodone, so if oxycodone does not function well in the elimination or reduction of your pain then I would not choose either of those two medications. The demerol (meperidine) is to most people, stronger than the oxycodone, but keep in mind that everyone responds to opioid agonists differently. Take me for example, oxycodone, hydrocodone and even hydromorphone do not work as well at eliminating my pain as Tramadol does-and most would consider Tramadol the weakest out of that entire list. Whatever medication you get don't forget to take some stool softeners because for many people out there all of the opiates cause some pretty bad constipation leading to hard stools and this can make recovering from a surgery more miserable than it has to be and remember that you do not develop any tolerance to that side effect, so even if you have taken them before the effects the drug has on your bowels is not something that you can get tolerant to. Answered by Machelle Weatherhead 2 years ago.
Mepergan Fortis Answered by Rachael Blisset 2 years ago.