Fentora is a break-through pain medication for patients that have cancer and no other medications help with the pain. That means that it should not be written for anything like headaches or back pain only cancer-related pain. Fentora is a pain medication that is a narcotic. You only need to take fentora if you are already taking an opioid because your body needs to be tolerant to it. Before you use it you need to tell your doctor if you are having breathing problems, head injuries or brain tumor seizures, mental illness, low blood pressure and a history of drug or alcohol addiction. Keep this medication out of the reach of children or pets because the fentora can be fatal if it is accidentally sucked or swallowed. You need to get emergency help if this happens.
The fentora could be habit forming and needs to be used by the person it is prescribed to. The fentora is used as a as needed basis so you are more likely not going to miss a dose. Don’t take extra to make up for a missed dose. Some of the overdose symptoms may include dizziness, extreme weakness, cold and clammy skin, weak pulse, slow breathing, and breathing may stop. Don’t use it with any other medications like narcotic pain medication, tranquilizers, sedatives, muscle relaxers, sleeping pills or medicines that slows your breathing. Dangerous side effects could occur. Don’t drink grapefruit juice with this medication because it could cause dangerous effects.