TAPENTADOL (FEDTADOL) TABLET – TREATMENT FOR MODERATE TO SEVERE PAIN
An opioid painkiller is Tapentadol. A narcotic is another name for an opioid.
A prescription drug called tapentadol is used to treat moderate to severe pain.
Nucynta er, a type of tapentadol with an extended-release, is used to treat chronic pain that is uncontrolled by other medications. Tapentadol in extended-release form should not be used to treat pain on an as-needed basis.
USES OF TAPENTADOL (FEDTADOL) TABLET
- moderate to severe pain
WORKS OF TAPENTADOL (FEDTADOL) TABLET
By preventing the brain from receiving pain signals, tapentadol reduces the sense of pain.
SIDE EFFECTS OF TAPENTADOL (FEDTADOL) TABLET
WARNING & PRECAUTIONS
If you have used an MAO inhibitor within the last 14 days, you should not take tapentadol. There may be a harmful medication interaction. Isocarboxazid, linezolid, methylene blue injection, phenelzine, rasagiline, selegiline, or tranylcypromine are examples of MAO inhibitors.
If you suffer from severe respiratory issues or paralytic ileus, or a bowel blockage, you shouldn’t use this medication.
Your breathing may become sluggish or stop when taking tapentadol, especially when you first start using it or when your dose is altered. Never use this medication in greater or longer doses than recommended. An extended-release pill should never be broken, crushed, or opened. To prevent receiving a possibly lethal dosage, swallow it fully.