Buy Fentanyl online, Fentanyl is a synthetic (man-made) opioid that is more toxic than most other opioids, and is prescribe by a physician to help control severe pain. Fentanyl is also being produce in illegal labs and sell in the streets, often mix with other drugs. Increasingly, fentanyl is being detect in overdose deaths in BC.
Firstly, is around 20 to 40 times more toxic than heroin and 50 to 100 times more toxic than morphine, which makes the risk of accidental overdose higher. When combine with other opioids (like heroin, morphine, methadone or codeine), alcohol, benzodiazepines, or cocaine or methamphetamines, secondly, can further increase the risk of accidental overdose. Combining substances (including alcohol), intentionally or unintentionally, increases overdose risk. Thirdly, it’s also important to be aware that drugs other than fentanyl can also be lethal, and that there is no quality control or regulated manufacturing process for ban drugs.
It is use to treat setback pain (sudden episodes of pain that occur despite round the clock cure with pain pill) in cancer patients at least 18 years of age (or at least 16 years of age if using Actiq brand lozenges) who are taking regularly scheduled doses of another narcotic (opiate) pain pill, and who are tolerant (use to the effects of the pill) to narcotic pain pills. Fentanly is in a class of pills called narcotic (opiate) analgesics. It works by changing the way the brain and nervous system respond to pain.
it comes as a lozenge on a handle (Actiq), a sublingual (underneath the tongue) tablet (Abstral), a film (Onsolis), and a buccal (between the gum and cheek) tablet (Fentora) to dissolve in the mouth. Fentanyl is used as needed to treat breakthrough pain but not more often than four times a day. Follow the dosage on your prescription label carefully, and ask your doctor or chemist to explain any part you do not understand.
Side effects of fentanyl
Older people are more likely than younger individuals to experience adverse effects, especially the respiratory depressant effects of fentanyl. Healthcare professionals must exercise extreme caution and regularly monitor people in this age group.
- dry mouth
- constricted pupils
- slowed respirations
- decreased heart rate
- stiff or rigid muscles
- tight feeling in the throat
- difficulty concentrating
Adverse effects associated with transdermal fentanyl patches include:
- swelling at the site of application