Fentanyl is a prescription drug that is actually an opioid (aka narcotic) medication that is a synthetic opiate. Used in the anesthetic process, the drug can reduce the intensity (or even prevent) post-operation pain.
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An individual who is using Fentanyl will often experience a sense of euphoria, severe drowsiness, and be exceptionally calm. This drug acts fast and the high that results is also very extreme. Many individuals will report some of the following symptoms in varying degrees: very dry mouth, constipation, hives, itchy skin, changes in appetite, depression, headaches, hallucinations, swollen feet and hands, changes in sleep patterns, and vision problems.
An individual who is in withdrawal from Fentanyl may experience any number of extremely unpleasant symptoms. Many individuals report that they have muscle twitches, diarrhea, extreme headaches, cramps, pain, fever, changes in sleep patterns, and racing heart. Very few people withdrawal from Fentanyl on their own and many look for a support plan or people. Relapse for users of Fentanyl is quite common because the withdrawal symptoms are difficult to manage and support is often needed to combat this.