Ultiva Addiction Treatment and Rehab
Less common side effects associated with Ultiva use include bradycardia, shivering, fever, dizziness, visual disturbance, headache, respiratory depression, apnea, pruritus, tachycardia, postoperative pain, hypertension, agitation, chills, warm sensation, pain at IV site, and hypoxia.
This is not a complete list of all the possible side effects that could arise once you start using Ultiva. If you believe that you are experiencing a side effect from Ultiva that is not mentioned, call your doctor or pharmacist for more information.
Make sure that you report these Ultiva addiction symptoms when they first become noticeable. Spotting an Ultiva addiction early provides for a less difficult recovery.
In most cases, doctors will gradually lower an Ultiva patient’s dosage over time to give the body ample time to adjust to less and less of the medication. This strategy, also known as medication tapering, will help patients avoid the most severe withdrawal symptoms associated with Ultiva.
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