Doctors Who Will Prescribe Pain Medication In Huntsville Al
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rachel Says:
 
My pain management doc got investigated and now hes closed his practice down. I was getting 30mg oxycodone 5 times a day and morphine 15mg 2 times a day. Does anybody know a doctor in huntsville alabama that will keep me on my meds, need answer ASAP!

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Sarah Says:
 
She just got shut down. I think we all need to go to Alexander Shennara (?sp) and file a civil rights or ADA legal case. I am not a lawyer obviously. But not having the ability to have pain relief, especially when you a documented illness (cancer, muscular dystrophy---ie MS, MG, ALS, neuropathy, etc) is definitely a problem.

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Linda Says:
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I left my chronic pain doctor because after 2 years on the medication oxycodone 10/325 4 times a day, neurontin 4 times a day, and xanax 1 a day was not helping enough either. My quality of life is going way down hill. I need oxy 30 5 times a day, xanax 4 times a day, the other one is okay. Can someone get me a doctor who can prescribe what I need in Huntsville, AL? {edited for privacy}

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gregcl Says:
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Have you heard anything about Odeane Connor M.D. in Gasden. I've read some reviews and alot of people seem to like her. I'm looking for a Pain management doctors to go to because mine closed down at the end of December.

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Pain patient advocate Says:
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Until all the pain patients in AL start really raising hell with Montgomery and the Medical examiner's office? Everyone will be stuck suffering for God knows how long. AL sounds just as bad as what's happening in TN. Your human rights for pain care are being trampled upon.
Start fighting back! If patients don't join together to fight back against these inhumane acts that are being done to citizens, the future for AL pain management is very bleak and probably will not exist much longer if you allow it. All these politicians who are causing so many to suffer need to be voted OUT! United together we stand, divided you fall!

It's time to push for the National Pain Strategy to be implemented. It's been on the Senate table since 2009. Alabama's Government is causing severe harm to all suffering legitimate chronic pain patients in this state! Stand up for your Rights. Stop allowing the government to take away your quality of life.

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Doesnotmatter Says:
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Now in Gadsden they have shut down pain managements that were there for years. Before long there won't be any pain managements left in Gadsden, AL. The most recent shut down was really unfair. The doctor jumped through hoops to meet the DEA guidelines. Cutting patients back within DEA standards. This made a lot of patients mad but the doctor was trying to keep their license and prevent this from happening. There was another pain Managment in the area that had been open for years as well, but they weren't cutting patients back or following guidelines that was shut down around a month or two before. I know people that went to both. When this happened the doctor that has just got shut down took in a lot of the the other doctor's patients because they needed a place to go. I have a feeling that this doctor that wasn't following the regulations got the other doctor in trouble because they were jealous they had lost their license. These doctors started out roughly around the same time in the area both working for another pain Managment (was the largest in Gadsden that was shut down back around 2013 although they did reopen under other doctors but the main doctor got in trouble for pushing epidurals blocks on people and possibly pretending to preform them and now they are closed again I think). The point is if the 3 biggest pain managements in that area have been systematically closed down in the last 5 years, where are the people supposed to go. There are not enough pain managements in the area to accommodate people. Also if one of these (the latest to be closed) was following everything and being super careful then what chance do other pain managements have? And this is just in Gadsden, this isn't counting all the pain clinics in other places in AL being closed down. The DEA along with the Governor, and our President are going to end up pushing people to illicit drugs and we will have a huge epidemic in AL. Some may move (but I hear this isn't just AL where this is happening, I heard it was a lot of states in the USA) and some may get on methadone going to a MMT or go on suboxone but with MMT costing $12-$16 a day and suboxone also being expensive, a lot of people will turn to the cheapest route to get out of pain and sadly that would be illicit drugs. It is sad that our government would prefer people to be on illegal drugs instead of a closely monitored safe environment getting the medicine they need.

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J thomas Says:
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They did the exact same thing to me been in horrible pain since 1993 NEVER EVER LET THEM DO A LUMBAR PUNCH. BOTTOM LINE

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Nichole Says:
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Decatur she meant.. its in north alabama. 30 mins away from huntsville



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Nichole Says:
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Do NOT see Dr. Scherlis from ten valley pain comsultants. Not sure ab the other doctors there but he will NOT give you medication. He will, but it wont be much. I have herniated discs and bulging discs along with DDD and he pushed me into getting epidurals and even though i have been on 10mg norcos 3 times a day for 7 months, he said thay was too much and said he would only give me 5mg Norco 2times a day. What a joke. Didnt even talk about weaning me down either. So basically he wants to send patients into withdrawls

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Bama Says:
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I can't find a doctor to prescribe me my norcos, they all think I'm too young for them I'm 34 for goodness sake.

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gregcl Says:
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And it's happening now. The cops and government need to leave doctors and their patients alone and crack down on the illicit drug dealers.

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Spyz Says:
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Brian I'm gonna write that down, "They're like a drug dealer who insults you for buying their product while continually threatening to cut you off" perfect description of pain Mismanagement!!!!

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Spine issues Says:
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Doctors who prescribe pain meds mpls

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GTTD1214 Says:
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Kratom is now illegal for use in Alabama.

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Jt Says:
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Uab did a lunar punch on me like to have killed me I've never been since

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kitty kat Says:
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If worse comes to worst cant u go into rehab that way the withdrawal wont b so awful? Inquireing minds want to know.

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Spyz Says:
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I appreciate you posting that. You described it perfectly! I usually keep a pain doc between 7-9 months. The last one was actually for a full year and I thought for sure that they would be my pain care forever. I was out of pills but my refill was for the next day! Can you imagine! Yes Amy urine had no oxy in it. I had run out a week early due to trying to wean myself off the fentanyl patch...I don't think women who are menopausal who can't take HRT meds, should be on any extended release opiates. There is a study that was discontinued in 2003 concerning that. Ok so she decreases my fentanyl and also increases days on patch while knowing new law that she can no longer give me 2 months of prescriptions! Ok I could go on forever with complaints but I think I need to learn how to roll joints LOL

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Lynette Says:
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I need a family practice Dr that writes pain meds

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Brian Says:
 
Kwik kratom. It's $8 per oz with no shipping costs. The place is in Florida. My orders are in my hsv al mailbox in 3 days.... hell I have an order on its way now for 3 red strains. The site has hundreds of positive reviews. I'm a 185 lb man so I have a tolerance but it helps a little. I'm also a nurse and after a ton of research and Dr. questions, it seems to be a safe alternative....google the kratom bible for great info....

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Brian Says:
 
I'm a HSV AL nurse and I can tell you with first hand inside knowledge that the Aggerwal bust terrified doctors. Even known pill mills check urine and levels to make sure you're taking the meds exactly as prescribed. I guess it's understandable but the way people on pain meds are viewed and treated disgusts me. It's like a drug dealer insulting you for buying their product while constantly threatening to cut you off. Many need these meds but live with constant unhealthy fear and stress of being cut off and cast into a physical and mental hell. God bless the few left who understand the dependance and treat their patients as equal human beings......most of them don't and THOSE doctors are scum, keep in mind I'm a man who works along side them. I see their negligence daily ....sadly it's not considered negligence by their peers.

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P450 Says:
 
Posters,

Obama or Oduma has everything to do with your pain and suffering.

Even when the DEA did a 3 state bust recently Alabama still has more physicians handling chronic intractable pain then anywhere in the U.S. I realize many of the posts are from 2013 but what I am reading is wrong, it is the so called president who has destroyed opioid use and intentionally he now on the 120 mg. morphine equivalent has us meaning pain management patients grouped with addicts.

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