Doctors Willing To Prescribe Heavy Pain Medication In Colorado (Page 17)
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MaC686 Says:
 
I have a serious problem. My dr. had two patients start dr. shopping and has decided it is too big of a pain in his butt to continue prescribing, even though I have gotten MRIs and Xrays to prove my problems. I have over a half a dozen herniated discs in my low back, along with degenerative disc disease, spinal stenosis, scoliosis and arthritis in my facet joints. I am currently on5 30mg oxycodone a day for breakthrough and 60mg of methadone for my long lasting meds. I REALLY need a doctor in the Denver, CO area who will not judge me because of my age, thinking I'm just some drug seeker as I TRULY need my meds to function. I am even being placed on disability until I can get my back healed because if something doesn't change I will be in big time pain for the rest of my life. If ANYONE knows of a good doctor that prescribes strong meds willingly in the Denver area please email me and let me know. I am in desperate need of help as I am going to be SCREWED if I cannot find a good doctor. SOMEONE please help me with a doctor!!!!!

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Wendy Says:
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Capped read thru the thread I gave u a place but it cost

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ryanpatrick81 Says:
 
yeah i know i used to be on 120 norco a month for 3 years then they cut me off cold turkey, that was real fun.

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Cadpap Says:
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Can u give name my current dr had no problem till my pharmacist got involved n lied bout DEA calling her which was a bold face she just didn't agree w/ the 3 he was prescribing. I've tried so many dr's even eastern meds not helping plus expensive ins. doesn't cover. Thank u!

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Wendy Says:
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Call CPR In Wheatridge .It cost 285 first visit, 180 after .You must have records and Recent Mri

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Cc and 6 Says:
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Who do I speak to and can I get the doctor name and how much is the cost

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Cc and 6 Says:
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Hay have you found any one yet I'm in so disbelief this is happening to me.

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Cindy Says:
 
The FDA has passed the rules making Doctors retrain before they can prescribe Opiods. Before it had been a suggestion and not enough Doctors were doing it so now they are making it mandatory. I would expect you will find more Doctors who don't want to be re-trained in something they've been doing for years and dropping out of pain management, making it even harder for us.

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Cindy Says:
 
I'm struggling with RA symptoms, along with all the rest of the pain. Trying to help myself get better before the Doc puts me on immunosupressants.
Hang in there with the Social Security!

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JaneyGirl Says:
 
Most of the changes we are experiencing are due to the recommendations from Medicaid and Medicare. There are two issues here, most pain management doctors are using these recommendations in their practices to write scripts, additionally, many of us are either on Medicaid or Medicare. These recommendations start with a task force created by the Govenor, who is bottom line trying to decrease their Medicaid budget and addressing what is called ¨an alarming trend¨ of oxy related deaths.
CBT is a component of marijuana. There are other´s far more well versed on this subject here.

As far as being able to purchase marijuana and obtaining pain script´s, it is like comparing apples with oranges. You have to consume about your body´s worth of marijuana to ¨overdose¨ from marijuana. It is far safer than the majority of people realize. I frankly would encourage anyone who marijuana helps with their pain, to use it. I cannot due to a cardiac genetic arrythmia however have used it with my adult son and friends with cancer with amazing results. My girlfriend with brain cancer would use a nebulizer and went from terrible pain, unable to see and talk to having periods of her that although not completely pain free, was able to see enough to know who she was talking to and able to carry on conversations. Additionally, it has produced amazing results in children with seizures. There are two levels of marijuana, medical-which requires a doctor´s referral and recreational that doesn´t. Study results in most areas has been positive.

Medications are a whole difference animal. All are doctor, pharmacy and state regulated. With doc's following these new regulations, many have reached to the streets to obtain the medications. This creates a whole host of different issues. Heroin being the drug of choice to many since it's cost is typically lower than the medications themselves but with dosages being irregular, what they are cut with can be dangerous, even the method of ingestion holding risks, it now holds a much higher risk of death than pretty much anything. Most of us have had our scripts decreased so low to meet the criteria that many have become unable to even function. What works for one, may not work for another and dosages vary person to person and length of time someone is on the medication are only a few variables. I hope this helped answer many of your questions, if not, as I said there are many here far more educated in different areas to answer your questions if most specific answers are needed.

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Wendy Says:
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People are on Methamphetamine and they get disability, are u serious? What's wrong with this country?

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Wendy Says:
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Not CBT, CBD. That's the pain and cancer stopping oil. The federal government will regulate MJ for the government in Co. Educate yourself. All of us on here pay for narcotic help. 180 per month.

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ryanpatrick81 Says:
 
who is trying to stop narcotics and what is CBT?

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Wendy Says:
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Their trying to stop opiates ,go to CBD CBN oil .It will be federally legal and in the pharmacy asap we as medicade people will not get anything but CBD narcotics are going people prepare yourself.


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Cadpap Says:
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Wondering if u can give the name of Doctor I to am having problems finding a doctor, thanks so much

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Denise Says:
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Anyone in Colorado:
I don't get it. Maybe I am just stupid. How is it that marijuana is legal there but you cant get legal pain meds?!

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Rainbowflowers Says:
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I'm ok but sumthing happen tha other day and Idk Wat 2 do no nt yet cant afford it at Lowery clinic

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Wendy Says:
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Thank u so much Cindy .How are you?

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Cindy Says:
 
Take some probiotics, they've helped my bleeding ulcer to heal

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Wendy Says:
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You ok Rainbow? Do u go to CPR NOW?

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Wendy Says:
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Of course we know u hun .I. on a new diet lol I can eat solid food etc something real wrong with my stomach .Bleeding ulcers I think God what next .

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