I take Opana ER, Vicodin, Soma for arthritis pain and compressed nerve root. I also take Zoloft and Klonopin for depression and anxiety. Also Crestor for cholesterol, Singulair , Claritin and inhalers for asthma. I am convinced that Opana has something like a withdrawal effect when the first dose starts to wear off and that is when I have the sweating and hot flashes. My docs don't believe Opana would do this. I have a lot of meds there and something is interacting with something else and I believe it is the Opana that makes me sweaty. I feel it is not worth taking but I dread going off of it. (it has also been VERY constipating.)View Thread
Thanks to all for your comments. Made me feel less crazy. The sweating and the constipation are both dreadful. Is there some other long-acting drug that might not have the same side effects? I really want to try something different.View Thread
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