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FDA changes to Narcotic labeling




  • Helen3Helen3 Posts: 205
    edited 09/11/2013 - 4:19 PM
    One more thing to scare the doctors...do they think changing the label going to stop ppl? I will be afraid to tell the doctor I'm having more pain so new pain....good grief..
  • I am not sure what to think about it. It does clarify the use of long acting medications, whom they should be used for, and makes the companies who make them more responsible for studies to prove that the use of long acting narcotics are beneficial..anyway since it was related to the treatment of chronic pain, I thought that it was interesting and would be good for us to all be aware of when we see our doctors.
  • Have as needed on them. I bet he changes my dosage...
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