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Fentanyl patches can take up to a day or two to start working but they will last longer. Patches are usually given after fentanyl tablets. This is to make sure that you have pain relief from the tablets until the patches start to work.

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You're more likely to get addicted if you use fentanyl when you're not in pain. It is also more likely if you've been addicted to alcohol or drugs in the past, or you have severe depression or anxiety.

This does not mean you cannot use fentanyl. However, your doctor will need to know about your past and current drug and alcohol use to be able to prescribe fentanyl safely. They will help you watch out for any warning signs of addiction.

The way you take fentanyl is different to some other painkillers. Fentanyl is not absorbed very well by swallowing tablets. Instead your body absorbs it through your skin, your nostrils, or your tongue or the inside of your cheek.

If you take recreational drugs, such as cannabis, cocaine and heroin, while you're taking fentanyl, you're more likely to get the serious side effects. These include breathing difficulties, heart problems such as high blood pressure, seizure or fits and even going into a coma.

Patients receiving maintenance opioid therapy are those who are taking at least 60 mg of oral morphine daily, at least 25 micrograms of transdermal fentanyl per hour, at least 30 mg of oxycodone daily, at least 8 mg of oral hydromorphone daily or an equianalgesic dose of another opioid for a week or longer.

ACTIQ is not interchangeable on a mcg to mcg basis with other short-acting fentanyl products that are indicated for the use of breakthrough cancer pain, as the pharmacokinetic profiles and/or dosing schedules of these products are significantly different. Patients should be instructed not to use more than one short-acting fentanyl product concurrently for the treatment of breakthrough cancer pain, and to dispose of any fentanyl product prescribed for breakthrough pain (BTP) when switching to ACTIQ. The number of ACTIQ strengths available to the patient at any time should be minimised to prevent confusion and potential overdose.

Elderly patients have been shown to be more sensitive to the effects of fentanyl when administered intravenously. Therefore dose titration needs to be approached with particular care. In the elderly, elimination of fentanyl is slower and the terminal elimination half-life is longer, which may result in accumulation of the active substance and to a greater risk of undesirable effects.

ACTIQ is intended for oromucosal administration, and therefore should be placed in the mouth against the cheek and should be moved around the mouth using the applicator, with the aim of maximising the amount of mucosal exposure to the product. The ACTIQ unit should be sucked, not chewed, as absorption of fentanyl via the buccal mucosa is rapid in comparison with systemic absorption via the gastrointestinal tract. Water may be used to moisten the buccal mucosa in patients with a dry mouth.

As with other opioids, in case of insufficient pain control in response to an increased dose of fentanyl, the possibility of opioid-induced hyperalgesia should be considered. A fentanyl dose reduction or discontinuation of fentanyl treatment or treatment review may be indicated

Cases of adrenal insufficiency have been reported with opioid use including fentanyl lozenges, more often following greater than one month of use. Wean the patient off of the opioid to allow adrenal function to recover and continue corticosteroid treatment until adrenal function recovers (see section 4.8).

In addition, ACTIQ should be administered with caution to patients with liver or kidney dysfunction. The influence