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Methadone (Dolophine; Methadone HCl Intensol; Methadose; Methadose Sugar-Free) is a man made narcotic prescribed to treat moderate to severe pain when non-narcotic pain medications have not worked. Side effects, drug interactions, pregnancy safety, and patient warnings and precautions should be reviewed prior to taking this medication.

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Terms related to methadone-oral tablet:

  • Methadose
  • Dolophine