coming off. Taping the edges is the only way to keep it on for the 72 hours. Oftentimes we don't know doing certain things or taking certain combinations of meds can harm/kill us. I believe at http://www.drugs.com one can put all their medications into a chart and it tells interactions. Sometimes
Pharmacists' know more about drug interactions than Doctors.
>----- Original Message -----
From: "IAS Admin (Tracy)" <email@example.com> To: "Multiple recipients of list ADHESIONS" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Sent: Thursday, September 17, 2009 9:19 AM Subject: Fentanyl patch
> Sender: email@example.com (Kristie)
> Subject: Re: OK, Why am I such a whimp?? extra questions.
> Thank you for your concern.......I don't cover the patch itself. Just
> tape down the edges. The pharmisist helped me with it. My husband put this
> last patch on my back and it has stayed very well.
> Caution! Applying anything over the Fentanyl Patch can be dangerous!. It
>>can become overheated and too much medication can go into one's system.
>>Check with your pharmacist before placing anything over it.