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    Nucynta Reviews needed
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    Sopbabe1 posted:
    I am on nucynta 75mg for pancreatitis pain management. I have been on this for over a year.

    I still have episodes and end up in the ER about every 2-3 months and get a shot of dialadid. I don't know if this an effective drug. I can work with no drowsiness. Last time out of ER I was given some Percoset on release and that did the trick where Nucynta would not.
     
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    editor_morgan responded:
    Hi Sopbabe1,


    If you check out Nucynta in the WebMD Drugs & Supplements center , there are over 400 user reviews. You might be able to find users with a similar experience.


    Ultimately, when it comes to your pain management plan, you are your greatest advocate. You should consult your doctor about which drug works best for you for managing your pain.





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