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Fentanyl is a prescription medication used to treat breakthrough cancer pain that is not controlled by other medicines. It can also be used as part of surgical anesthesia. This medicine is not used for treating pain that is not cancer-related, such as migraine headaches or pain after surgery
This medicine belongs to a group of drugs called opioid agonists or narcotic pain medications. Therefore it works by changing the way the brain and nervous system respond to pain.
The recommended dose of fentanyl extended release transdermal systems for the treatment of pain is 12 to 100 mcg/hour. Fentanyl transdermal systems are only indicated for patients who are opioid tolerant. This means people who have been taking opioid pain medications for at least one week. Also the dose will be titrated based on your response to the medication. Use only as directed — never put more than one patch on at a time.
Before using this drug, make sure your doctor is aware of any medical conditions you may have. You may not also be able to use this medication if you have a history of breathing problems, substance abuse, or a head injury. In addition, other safety precautions with fentanyl includes; understanding the warnings of abuse potential, the safety of using the medicine when pregnant or breastfeeding, and potential drug interactions.
Just like all medications, this drug comes with its own side effects. Therefore the most common side effects of fentanyl are:
- Nausea, vomiting, constipation, and diarrhea
- Drowsiness and dizziness
- Increased sweating
- Feeling cold
`Further more, less common side effects, which may be severe, include such things as:
- Abnormally slow heart action
- Muscle spasms and tremors
- Fluid retention and swelling of tissues in the lower limbs
- Abdominal pain
- Anxiety, confusion, and hallucinations
- Urinary problems
- Tingling sensations
In addition, rare side effects from using fentanyl have also been reported, including:
- Sexual and erectile dysfunction (ED)
- Eczema and other skin disorders
- Reduced sense of touch
- Flu-like symptoms