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Didn't want to hijack Tammy's post about Fentanyl issues, but I've discovered one of my own that hasn't been discussed yet. I noticed after increasing from 12 to 25 mcg - I cannot drink a glass of wine with dinner anymore. It makes me nauseous the next day. As long as I don't drink wine (which is killing me) I don't get nauseous.
Has anyone else using Fentanyl experienced this? And if so, any remedies? Thanks in advance.