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Fentora Withdrawal

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Fentora withdrawal isn’t the easiest process, especially if you try on your own. Professional medical help is available to ensure patients are safe and comfortable during the detox process. Withdrawal occurs when the body begins to detox from drugs or alcohol. Fentora is a narcotic prescription drug meant to treat breakthrough cancer pain. It contains fentanyl, a very powerful and sometimes dangerous opioid that can lead to tolerance, physical and psychological addiction and overdose, which can be fatal. The Waismann Method of rapid detox offers renowned and rapid opiate detox through an in-hospital procedure. Of the thousands of patients we’ve successfully treated, most became addicted through no fault of their own. Regular use led to a tolerance and addiction developed from there. We know many people delay seeking help for detox because of an intense fear of withdrawal. Some may not even realize they have developed a dependency and may take another dose when symptoms set in. Fentora withdrawal symptoms can set in within hours of last use and may persist for days, weeks or longer. The severity of symptoms can depend on the length and severity of the addiction. Symptoms ranging from hallucinations and flu-like feelings, to tremors and pain, are typically more pronounced in long-time users or those who abuse Fentora.

Symptoms Associated with Fentora Withdrawal

Because of its potency, Fentora can cause a nasty withdrawal. Fortunately, the Waismann Method medically manages withdrawal to ensure patients don’t suffer. The experience of withdrawal is an individual one and not every person will have the same symptoms. Fentora withdrawal can make patients very sick, increasing the likelihood that they may return to use. A relapse can be averted through medical management of withdrawal. In addition to severe physical and psychological cravings, Fentora withdrawal symptoms can include agitation, anxiety, diarrhea, weakness, mood changes, hallucinations, dysphoria, irritability, profuse sweating, cramps, chills, cold sweats, insomnia, confusion, lack of coordination, aches and pains, goose bumps, flu-like and cold-like symptoms, loss of appetite, headaches, fever and respiratory problems. The Waismann Method can minimize the pain and suffering with our humane and confidential treatment.

Opiate-Free Treatment for Fentora Addiction

Many drug treatment programs use substitution therapy to treat opiate addiction. This means they use opiates including methadone and Suboxone to wean patients. This can lead to another dependence and need for a second detox. Performed in an accredited hospital, patients undergo thorough testing to check possible internal damage of organs or the gastrointestinal system. Intravenous medication is then used to cleanse Fentora from patients’ opiate receptors. During this, the patient sleeps lightly under deep sedation and awakes without the awareness of the accelerated withdrawal that occurred. The procedure takes less than two hours 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 guests who want to extend recovery in a serene, supportive and relaxing environment.

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