What Fentora is used for
Fentora contains a medicine called fentanyl citrate. It is a pain-relieving medicine known as an opioid, which is used to treat breakthrough pain in adult patients with cancer who are already taking other opioid pain medicines for their persistent (around-the-clock) cancer pain. Buy Fentora Tablet 800 Mcg
Breakthrough pain is additional sudden pain that occurs in spite of you having taken your usual opioid pain-relieving medicines.
Opioid medicines are those that contain active ingredients such as morphine, fentanyl citrate, codeine, methadone, oxycodone, pethidine or buprenorphine.
Do not take Fentora if:
- you suffer from short-term pain other than breakthrough pain, such as pain from injuries or surgery, headaches or migraines
- you have not been using a prescribed opioid pain medicine every day on a regular schedule, for at least one week, to control your persistent pain. If you have not been using these medicines you must not use Fentora, because it may increase the risk that breathing could become dangerously slow and/or shallow, or even stop.
- you are allergic (hypersensitive) to fentanyl, or any of the other ingredients of Fentora (see list at the end of this leaflet)
- you suffer from severe breathing problems or severe obstructive lung conditions
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Tell your doctor if:
- you have any allergies
- you are pregnant or intend to become pregnant
- you are breast feeding or planning to breast feed
- your other opioid pain medicine you take for your persistent (around-the-clock) cancer pain is not stabilized yet
- you are suffering from any condition that has an effect on your breathing (such as asthma, wheezing, or shortness of breath).
- You have a head injury
- You have exceptionally slow heart rate or other heart problems
- You have liver or kidney problems, as these organs have an effect on the way in which your system breaks down the medicine.
- You have low amount of fluid in the circulation or low blood pressure
These organs have an effect on the way in which your system breaks down the medicine.