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Post created 5 days 18 hours ago
Why do prescribing doctors not know this? I am so happy for Nucyta. It does not give the "Joy feeling like other opiates"
I have awful memory loss from the week or pill one after the year I have been on it. I am having a conversation and I forget in that instant, what we were talking about. It has gotten so bad, my wife serves are my memory. When she sees me having difficulty, she will say something to bring in the subject. When I am back in the game. I do not forget like stuff the next day, although if not something super serious, to me anyway, I may not remember. It is the immediate loss of memory all day and night. I bring this to my Pain Management doctor, he shrugs like he has never heard it.
This med is expensive, as retired Military costs me $75 a month co pay for the ER and IR. It is so nice that it is not all in my head LOL, that this is happening. I just need to know, do you stop that effect once no longer on the medicine or I am going to be like this for life?
Question created 3 months 8 hours ago
Just frustrated. Dr statted me on Nucynta. Not bad but since that I cant get it up.
Never been an issue before.
I'm a young man good shape 2 young boys so the pain is tough enough now this is insane
Post created 5 months 2 weeks ago
57 yr. old male on Nycenta for 2 months and has a seizure for the FIRST time ever? anyone else?
Post created 5 months 3 weeks ago
I'm scared... Sad. About a bunch of thing's. I'd like to be less than a 6-8 on the pain scale. It's like having a heart attack for short times and that feels like a 10. Doing laundry and cooking not in pain is an exciting thought. I don't remember a time it was easy or pain free.
There is a rehab called Pride that I'm going to for physical rehabilitation. It has lunch and stretching with group and biofeedback with education on a variety of thing's needed to know to be productive. It's outpatient with an 80% success and that's excellent news!
It would seem with Tramadol being so close to Nucenta there could be problems. Nucenta ER to be exact and from 5mg x 7days - 10mg x 7days - 15mg x 7days - 20mg x 7days.
Seems like a lot to me. The pamphlet says
most do well @ !!!! 5-10mg for 12 WEEK'S!!!!
Post created 8 months 1 week ago