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    Anyone ever used these? Dr just prescribed them and I'm a bit worried they will make me unable to stay awake or function! Anyone able to share their experiences?

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    Wow that's really full on . What were you taking previously ?? Always rotate sight of application . What pain are you using it for ?? We use hundreds of them in our pharmacy in our nursing homes

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    My husband has been using them for a while now. They don't impair his ability to stay awake or function

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    I'd be putting on like afternoon time so if get a bad reaction it's close to the end of the day eg makes you sleepy, you can go to bed early.

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    I have used tramadol and panadeine forte which didnt really do anything....also some endone. It's for endometriosis, I'm due to have surgery in a few weeks and the doctor said to just use it till then as it had gotten to the stage where I could barely move in the 2 weeks before AF. Hopefully I will only be using the 1 patch of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blonde Assassin View Post
    My husband has been using them for a while now. They don't impair his ability to stay awake or function
    Oh thats good to hear


 

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