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Palladone is a pain-relieving medication given to patients who have severe pain that requires around-the-clock treatment. Typically, it is given to patients who are opioid-tolerant.

Certain side effects may become noticeable after you start taking Palladone. Common side effects of Palladone include constipation, nausea, vomiting, nervousness, dizziness, drowsiness, itching, dry mouth, sweating, weakness, headaches, infection, low blood pressure, lightheadedness, loss of appetite, agitation, confusion, hallucinations, and temporary redness of the face. Call your doctor as soon as possible if these Palladone side effects get worse or persist.

Get medical attention as soon as possible if you notice any of the following symptoms after using Palladone: seizure, fainting, and difficulty waking up.

Patients who are pregnant or who are planning to become pregnant should not use Palladone. Using Palladone while pregnant may harm a developing fetus and cause opioid withdrawal symptoms in the baby once it is born. You should also avoid Palladone if you are breastfeeding because the medication can pass into breast milk and harm infants.

Palladone Addiction Treatment and Rehab

Palladone should only be taken as prescribed by your doctor. You should never take large doses of Palladone or double doses of your medication, as this can put some patients at higher risk of developing a Palladone dependence or addiction.
Some patients who take Palladone responsibly may still develop a Palladone dependence or addiction. If you notice signs of Palladone addiction in yourself or someone you love, seek professional assistance immediately. Signs of Palladone addiction include becoming obsessed with finding and taking Palladone and becoming disinterested in the hobbies and activities you once enjoyed.

If you no longer wish to take Palladone, set up a meeting with your doctor to discuss your options. Most doctors will gradually lower a patient’s Palladone dose over time so the body can adequately respond to less of the medication. Palladone should never be quit suddenly or “cold turkey,” as this puts patients at high risk of enhanced, unwanted withdrawal symptoms. Remember, you should never adjust your Palladone dosage or treatment schedule without first consulting with your doctor.

Patients who are looking to overcome their Palladone addiction can benefit from a variety of resources and programs available through The Recovery Village. Whether a patient begins treatment with the inpatient or outpatient rehab program, they will first need to completely detox from Palladone. Once the Palladone is safely removed from the body, patients can participate in individual and group therapy counseling, as well as recreational activities while they are at The Recovery Village.

Inpatient Palladone rehab is an option which allows patients to live on campus at one of The Recovery Village’s designated inpatient centers while they recover from Palladone addiction. This program is extremely beneficial for patients facing a severe Palladone addiction or those who would have difficulty recovering due to distractions from their normal home environment. In the inpatient Palladone rehab program, patients will have access to trained professionals who can help them overcome the challenges of their Palladone addiction.

Once a patient completes inpatient Palladone rehab, they will then enter outpatient Palladone rehab. Here, patients will live at home while they come to The Recovery Village for scheduled appointments. Some patients who are experiencing mild Palladone rehab may begin recovery with the outpatient rehab program and skip inpatient entirely.

Choosing a Palladone rehabilitation facility is an important step in recovering from Palladone addiction. It is recommended that patients set up a meeting with their doctors to discuss what they personally need in a Palladone rehab center in order to make the most informed decision possible. You should discuss how long you have been taking Palladone as well as how much Palladone you have been taking when discussing this topic with your doctor.

If you or someone you love is struggling with Palladone addiction, or another form of substance use disorder, do not delay in getting professional help. The sooner you ask for help, the sooner you will be on your way to living a happier, healthier, substance-free life. The Recovery Village offers many different resources and program options for those who are looking to recover from a Palladone addiction. To learn more about these life-saving treatment options, visit us online at or call our toll-free, 24-hour hotline at 855-548-9825.

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