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Re: Why do meds constantly stop working for me? undopaminergic

Posted by SLS on September 30, 2021, at 6:42:45

In reply to Re: Why do meds constantly stop working for me?, posted by undopaminergic on September 25, 2021, at 14:51:26

> > > > Fentanyl is often the only substance that has the ability to relieve cancer patients of the severe pain they experience. To my knowledge, Fentanyl is the most powerful opioid analgesic in the world. Now, everyone is screwed. Damned public.

> > > If you mean potency per unit of weight, I think etorphine is the most powerful.

> > I had never heard of it, but you are right. In the US, etorphine is listed as a Schedule I drug. Fentanyl is listed as a Schedule II drug. So I guess it would be hard to have a doctor prescribe etorphine. Can cancer pain be treated with a Schedule I drug? I know cocaine can be used for topical ophthalmic indications, but it is only Schedule II.

> It is mainly used as a tranquiliser for large animals, such as elephants.

It's a good thing that my memory sucks, and I therefore can't be mistaken for an elephant.

Still, I would like to have my hippocampus (the college grounds for waterhorses) (Boo) to demonstrate that neurotrophic plasticity that it is so famous for. My memory is unequivocally improving, but I would say that it is the last thing to recover upon the process of attaining remission. My worst symptom of memory impairment remains the almost total inability to remember conversations.

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