Cancer

Cancer pain

Top Medications for Cancer pain according to our users

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  • Brand (generic)% of users who said medication was worth it
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  • All women

  • Brand (generic)% of users who said medication was worth it
  • fentanyl
    74%

All Medications for Cancer pain

  • Pain reliever > Opioid

    • Fentanyl
      Prescription only

      Duragesic (Fentanyl) is an excellent pain reliever, but should only be used by people who've tried other opioid pain medications and still need more relief.

      • Available dosage forms:
      • Patch
      • Patch extended release
      • Dissolving tablet
      • Mouth spray
      • Lozenge
      • Buccal tablet
      • Nasal spray
    • Tramadol
      Prescription only

      Ultram (Tramadol) works well to treat severe pain and mood changes. Although it's a little weaker than other opioids, it can still be addictive.

      • Available dosage forms:
      • Pill
      • Extended release
      • Extended release capsule
      • Dissolving tablet
  • Antihypertensive > Alpha agonist

    • Kapvay
      (Clonidine)
      Prescription only

      Clonidine is a non-stimulant option to manage ADHD symptoms and behaviors, but it can lower your blood pressure.

      Was it worth it?
      • Available dosage forms:
      • Extended release

Medication side effects for Cancer pain

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  • fentanyl: 15%
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