If you have an opioid prescription in your doctor’s office, you’ll need to take care of it.
A new report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found that the majority of prescription opioid users in the U.S. are addicted to opioids, including fentanyl, the most popular of the many prescription opioids.
The opioid epidemic has led to increased heroin use and deaths.
So what do you do when you have a prescription for fentanyl, and what should you do if you need to?
The Centers for Diseases Control and Protection (CDC) said fentanyl was added to the list of controlled substances in 2014 as part of the Affordable Care Act, which is aimed at reducing the use of prescription opioids and other prescription drugs in the United States.
The CDC also said fentanyl has been found to cause liver damage, but no deaths.
While most opioid prescriptions are for pain management, it is possible to get a prescription to treat depression and anxiety, as well as anxiety.
These prescription drugs can also help you manage your pain, according to the CDC.
Fentanyl can also be taken to treat a variety of conditions, including anxiety, depression, nausea and vomiting.