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 Is seroquel an opiate?

Answer Seroquel is not an opiate medication. Seroquel is an antipsychotic prescription medication used for the treatment of psychotic conditions such as bipolar disorder and schizophrenia. Seroquel should... Read More »
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Difference Between Seroquel & Seroquel XR?

Seroquel and Seroquel XR ("extended release") are proprietary names for a generic drug known as quetiapine fumerate. According to the manufacturer AstraZeneca, both drugs can be used to treat schiz... Read More »
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Is fentanyl an opiate?

Yes, fentanyl is a synthetically produced opiate. It belongs to the same class of opioid analgesics that morphine does, although fentanyl is more potent and used to treat cancer pain. Because of it... Read More »
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How do u prevent opiate constipation?

Take a fiber supplement, drink plenty of water, take a stool softener and if you become backed up a pint or two of a warm water enema will provide relief in a matter of minutes.
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How long do opiate withdrawals last?

Opiate withdrawal occurs when heavy opiate users abruptly stop or dramatically cut down their opiate intake. The effects of withdrawal can last anywhere from three to six days, depending on how muc... Read More »
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