All prescription medications warn of potential side effects though each user may experience different symptoms. Fentora is a narcotic pain reliever containing fentanyl, a very powerful opioid. It’s used to treat breakthrough cancer pain that isn’t alleviated by other medications. Some side effects with opiate use, such as constipation, are well known and common. When used as prescribed, Fentora can still cause side effects, but the more serious ones are usually reported with misuse and overdose. Fentora can also cause allergic reaction, sometimes severe. Signs of this include itching, swelling, dizziness, rash and labored breathing. Side effects depend on the many factors including dose, previous exposure to opiates and the method by which users consume the drug.
Learn About Potential Fentora Side Effects
Whether taking Fentora at therapeutic levels or abusing it, many users report sluggish bowel movements. For many, constipation is a relatively mild and temporary condition easily treated with laxatives and changes in diet, exercise and water consumption.
Accelerated withdrawal takes place while the patient is sedated so they have no conscious awareness of it when they awake. The procedure takes less than two hours and total hospital stay is 2-4 days. With regular use of Fentora, stools can become rock hard, blocking the bowels. In severe cases, bowels can rupture, leading to sepsis or death. Doctors recommend:
- Increasing fiber
- Drinking more water
- Exercising to prevent constipation.
It may also take new users’ bodies a few days to adjust when first starting a prescription. Side effects can include:
- Flu-like symptoms
- Upset stomach
- Dry outh
- Pupil constriction
- Muscle and bone pain
- Extreme irritability
- Muscle spasms.
Severe side effects can include:
- Severe respiratory depression
- Confusion or stupor
- Clammy skin
- Circulatory collapse
- Cardiac arrest.
Fentora Side Effects Use Can Lead to Addiction and the Need for Professional Detox
Regular, prolonged or excessive use of Fentora can cause physical and psychological dependence which need to be treated medically for best, safest results. The Waismann Method of rapid detox offers a premiere Fentora detox that is safe, effective and quick. Our approach is humane, compassionate and completely confidential. Our in-hospital procedure takes less than two hours and uses intravenous medication to cleanse the Fentora from patients’ systems. This all happens without the use of opiate replacements such as methadone and Suboxone.
During the procedure, the patient sleeps lightly under deep sedation and awakes without the awareness of the accelerated withdrawal that occurred. The procedure takes an hour and a half or less and patients remain in the hospital for two to four days for around-the-clock monitoring. Our Domus Retreat transitional living facility is also available to provide continued care in a tranquil, relaxing environment. Here, guests can continue recovery with counseling, massage, biofeedback and other therapies.