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ASK THE OPIOID QUESTION.

How can I reduce the need to take opioids?

there is an answer.

You can start your recovery with non-opioid pain control

ASKING IS EASY.

Asking your doctor the opioid question is the easiest step to achieving long-lasting pain control while reducing opioid use. Today’s health care is a team effort, with doctors and patients working together to make those key decisions.

So ask away,

Are there non-opioid options for my surgery?

Learn about your options for postsurgical pain relief

THE ANSWER IS SIMPLE.

Non-Opioid EXPAREL delivers long-lasting pain relief.

Are you concerned about opioids? Talk to your doctor about your needs at your consultation, before you go in for surgery. EXPAREL: used in over 4.5 million patients.

You have a say in how your pain is treated after surgery.

Everyone experiences pain differently. Have a discussion with your doctor before the procedure to make a pain management plan that meets your needs.

  • Women experience pain differently than men—what could this mean for you
  • Side effects from some pain medication could keep you off your feet longer than you expect
  • Worried about your family having access to opioids/narcotics? Having leftover medications at home could leave you at risk
  • Are you an oncology patient? Avoiding opioids/narcotics may benefit your recovery
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EXPAREL can provide relief in many kinds of surgery, including:

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GENERAL SURGERY

Colon, Stomach, Hernia, Kidney, Weight loss

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ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY

Knee, Hip, Spine, Foot, Ankle, Shoulder, Hand

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ORAL SURGERY

Wisdom Teeth, Jaw, TMJ

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OB-GYN/BREAST SURGERY

Hysterectomy, Fibroid, Breast, C-section (Cesarean section)

Don't see your surgery here? EXPAREL may still be an option, talk to your doctor to learn more.