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Fentanyl Detox Drug Rehab Centers

Updated: 05-07-2025

Andrew McKenna - Expert Content Editor

Fentanyl Detox Drug Rehab Centers

Fentanyl detox is the process by which your body and central nervous system are purged of the toxins that have accumulated in the body due to prolonged and untreated misuse. It’s a medical procedure that should be guided by experienced doctors and nurses.

A potent synthetic opioid 50 times more powerful than heroin and 100 times more powerful than pure morphine, fentanyl has led to a massive spike in overdose fatalities. It is one of the leading causes of drug-related deaths. Fentanyl is incredibly potent and creates lasting changes in brain chemistry that can very quickly lead to dependency and withdrawal symptoms.

Fentanyl Withdrawal

Fentanyl withdrawal can occur very quickly, given how powerful the drug is. While each person’s symptoms will vary, some of the most common include:

  • Anxiety and Irritability
  • Muscle and bone pain
  • Trouble sleeping
  • Diarrhea, nausea, and vomiting
  • Fever and flu-like symptoms
  • Increased sweating
  • Yawning and fatigue
  • Goosebumps and chills
  • Runny nose or watery eyes
  • Uncontrollable leg movements
  • Intense Cravings

The timeline for fentanyl withdrawal will vary based on how long and how much you’ve been using the drug. Your detox should be tailored to your individual care needs and health issues. It’s important to realize that detoxing from fentanyl by yourself can be incredibly dangerous. A reputable inpatient detox facility can help you navigate your withdrawal process safely and comfortably.

What Happens During Fentanyl Detox?

Like other types of drug detox, inpatient fentanyl withdrawal management generally lasts around three to seven days. During the process, you will receive care, support, and monitoring from trained medical experts as you experience your symptoms. Care may include medication and other types of therapy for pain and sickness to help you regain your strength, energy, and mental clarity.

After detox, it’s highly recommended that you or your loved one enter behavioral rehab to address the root causes and sustaining factors associated with your fentanyl use. Your rehab center can coordinate continued medical care for lingering withdrawal symptoms and long-term health issues.

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