Tegaderm dressings are usually kept by the bandaids in the big drug stores like Walgreens, Rite Aid and CVS. It might go by another name of Opsite but it is really strange that a pharmacist does not know what Tegaderm is. Call another store. Take good care,View Thread
I am on a Fentanyl 50 mcg pain patch and also Nucynta 75mg 3x's a day. I know, myself, 45 minutes after I take the Nucynta I will have wicked sweating and hot flashes. I don't think you are having w/d's it just might be the mechanics of the medication on your body. Hope you find the answers you are looking for. Take good care,View Thread
I have Anthem and they do right by me when it comes to my pain management. They have never rejected me for any of my procedures. Just make sure that you give them enough time that you aren't let it go to the last minute. Hope all goes well. Take good care,View Thread
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