Onsolis (Fentanyl) [buccal soluble film] 600mcg

Onsolis (Fentanyl) 600mcg buccal soluble films:

Onsolis (Fentanyl) treats severe, ongoing pain that cannot be controlled with other medicines. This medicine is a narcotic pain reliever.

You can buy Onsolis (Fentanyl) 600mcg buccal soluble films online without prescription (No RX).

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Minimum order quantity is: 50 films



Onsolis (Fentanyl) [buccal soluble film] 600mcg

Onsolis (Fentanyl) [buccal soluble film] 600mcg Fentanyl) [buccal soluble film] 600mcg medicine used to treat “breakthrough” cancer pain that is unmanageable with standard treatments. Onsolis is used in combination with other non-fentanyl narcotic pain drugs that are taken regularly. Onsolis is not meant to treat pain that is not the result of cancer. Although the Onsolis brand name has been discontinued, generic alternatives may be available.

Onsolis (Fentanyl) [buccal soluble film] 600mcg

Pregnancy and Breastfeeding with Onsolis
Inform your doctor if you are pregnant or intend to become pregnant before taking Onsolis. Onsolis should be used only as directed during pregnancy. If used during the first two months of pregnancy, it may modestly raise the chance of birth abnormalities. Using it close to the predicted delivery date may be harmful to the fetus. Inform your doctor if your newborn baby exhibits signs such as slow or shallow breathing, irritability, abnormal or consistent crying, vomiting, or diarrhea. This medication goes into breast milk and may have unfavorable effects on a breastfeeding newborn in rare cases. Inform your doctor if your infant develops unusual lethargy, difficulty eating, or breathing difficulties. Before you start nursing, talk to your doctor. If you suddenly stop taking medication, you may experience withdrawal symptoms.

Additional Information

If you have any of the symptoms described above, get medical attention immediately.
Onsolis (fentanyl buccal) commonly causes the following adverse effects:
Nausea, vomiting, constipation, lightheadedness, dizziness, sleepiness, headache, feeling weak or weary, swelling in your hands or feet, or soreness or mouth sores where the drug was given are all possible side effects.
Seek medical attention or dial 911 immediately if you experience any of the following significant adverse effects:
Severe eye symptoms include sudden vision loss, impaired vision, tunnel vision, eye pain or swelling, and seeing halo effects around lights.


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