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Fentyl Pops...how Well Do They Work


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My pk's just don't cut it sometimes. I need some in put.

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This is what my pm doc has me on for brk thou pain they work very well then I get a time release med to keep my pain down constantly and also P3rcs for low brk thou pain but yea f3ntyl pops work very good for brk thw pain.

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Awsome. I looked those up an geezers they are outrageously expensive. Im hoping that when I see a new pm doc that just the two ft scare down the middle Of my back will be enough to say "damn shes not fibbing...this girls in pain". For the past three straight days my upper back and neck were so stiff and then it gave me a migraine wich upset my ibs and made me nauseated and also made my tmj hurt. I mean god. Its so debilitating. When all that pain is going on at once...not one pk will work. I could take as many hidro as i want and it wount touch it. I have screws and hooks that go deep in my spine. So the pain goes way deep. O was in tears on xmas eve. I went and got a toradol shot wich did help the stiffness....but not the migraine. I need a dr thats going to give me that for just when these episodes happen. Wich is about every other month. I hate that my kids have to see mommy stuck in bed for days wen this happens. I shld be out side with them playing ball or going to the movies. I cldnt even conxvince my last pm dr that fired me over somee so minor to give me oxy and contin. Even tho the codone was perscribed to me in the last state I lived in and it helped. These drs in cali are so scared. I hate it. If I had to work the past four days I prob wld have lost my job :(

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I'm sorry you're going through all that PT! I couldn't hold a regular job either. I might be pretty good for weeks and then, BAM!, I'm down for the count.

I don't have kids either so that must make it a lot harder for you (feeling guilty and all that).

I hope it goes well with the doc. I've looked at those pops and patches too, so expensive I don't even want to try them.

If they work well, I couldn't afford them anyway.

Best wishes

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Thank you for your caring 2earls. Yes it's hard. I did find a good pm dr that first visit is $475 and 150 there after. He's not covered by my insurance. But I'd be willing to pay that Cuz my insurance will pay the rest. We will see what happens. But until then R is my doc.

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I've only experienced the patch, but would be curious to know how the pops work as id prob order both if I figure out way to order SY. p1llz r murder on my stomach an knee/ groin injuries never stop me from playin hky/ball/golf etc for more than a cpl weeks at a time. Tho i'll hafta get surgery done on my knee eventually. Anyway, saw this an just wondered if you ever did get the pops and how they are in comparison to patch...similar? Faster to work etc.?

 

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Worth checking out acetylfentanyl, an RC being offered by many asian sites. Active in mcgs and a bit volatile for those with moderate tolerance. Extremely affordable here and there but a must research before taking the "plunge"..pun..or no pun intended. Have two herniated discs in my lower back and have young child so avoiding debilitating back surgeries. most surgery is only so so effective here but interested in kyphoplasty. If anyone else tries, let me know!!

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Also..fentanyl pops suck. Terribly. Slow to take effect. Fentora preferred. The patch even more so.

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