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What is after Fentynal Patch
I'm new here and appreciate all the support and advice.
I am going to request my doctor go up on my Fentynal patch from 75 mg to 100 mg every two days (my body seems to metabilize meds real quick). I also take 15mg of oxycodone per day for chronic neck pain.
I have been on dozens of medications in the past and this is now not working and I'm probably looking too far into the future, but what happens when Fentynal doesn't work anymore? What is next up from that? Will I eventually run out of options??
I can't find a doctor to do surgery as I'm still looking, right now I'm getting "it's all in my head" even though you have stenosis, neck of a 75 year old, narrowing of the cervical canal, etc. (I'm 38), they don't think I should be in this horrid pain, but I am.
Anyway, thanks for listening. Any information on the medication options would be great!