Doctors Willing To Prescribe Pain Medication (Page 29)
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Can you tell me about any doctors who can prescribe Vicodin

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pam1201 Says:
 
Im in the same boat, but i need a doctor from mountain home ar. i just moved to this area and i have to have a primary so my insurance will cover.

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BL Says:
 
skip2myLou , that's ok, the names can be confusing.

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Jewels Says:
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Indio,

Where at in north jersey??

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indio Says:
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I'm also in Jersey, north, if u know of anything in my area please let me know and I will do the same, where r u

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skip2myLou Says:
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BL that's right, I haven't had it since opana was so popular. Thanks for the correction! I didn't double check myself today. My apologies.

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BL Says:
 
skip2myLou, Diluaudid is Hydromorphone. Opana is Oxymorphone.

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Royster Says:
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I need a dr in Hemet, California for scripts. {edited for privacy}. Can anyone help?


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Wayngo Says:
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I've had lower back and neck surgery , I live in pain , really no quality of life , I have all my mri s . Just need a pain Dr.

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madashell Says:
 
California Pain Laws (Pain Patient's Bill of Rights Compiled by Melissa K.) Last updated January 1, 2014: anapsid.org/cnd/pain/calpainlaws.html

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skip2myLou Says:
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Bent, yes I was prescribed this a few times immediately following surgery or severe trauma. It is another name for dilaudid.

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madashell Says:
 
California has 2 laws on the books that some of you might find interesting.

"Pain Patients Bill of Rights" part 4.5 of the Health and Safety Code
"Intractable Pain Law" 2241.5 Business and Professions Code.

My personal favorite ...

"(d) A physician who uses opiate therapy to relieve severe chronic intractable pain may prescribe a dosage deemed medically necessary to relieve severe chronic intractable pain, as long as that prescribing is in conformance with the California Intractable Pain Treatment Act, Section 2241.5, of the Business & Professions Code."

And all you fellow pain sufferers be aware of this powerful beauty!!

"(c) No physician or surgeon shall be subject to disciplinary action by the board for prescribing or administering controlled substances in the course of treatment of a person for intractable pain."

So what is the freakin' problem? The alphabeteers are overriding the good doctor's oath as well as interfering with my legally god-given right to be treated for my pain because my pain is LIFE threatening! The alphabateers are killing me by not letting me access my MEDICALLY NECESSARY PAIN MEDS. By terrorizing doctors and pharmacists, not making what my body needs to live on and THRIVE, the alphateers are directly responsible for my death! Keep in mind, not life threatening due to suicide, but Proven to cause death in some; heart failure, stroke, and other nasties. It's MEDICALLY proven and documented! I think I'd like to sue someone or some-bodies. Isn't that murder by any other name? I'm talking to an attorney on mon. If you don't hear from me about the results, well, knowledge is dangerous isn't it? Now I'm madder than hell!!

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madashell Says:
 
"...(j) The protections afforded health care practitioners by this section shall be in addition to the protections available under any other law of this state....Business and Professions Code, division 2, Chapter 1, California law."

Check into your state laws, see what is applicable to your situation, (I know I'm preachin' here, but). California also has a "Patients Bill of Rights. Does your state? Be informed, 'they' hate it. Almost as much as I hate my pain and the idiotic alphabeteers who made it worse.

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Tina Says:
 
Dear J.,

You mentioned Lidoderm 5% patches, which I have used and they work wonders! However, I cannot get them anymore because they have been designated only for certain medical problems. (I'm on Medicare and not sure if this restriction is only for the elderly or everyone. And, I don't understand why something so wonderful is taken away from those who need it most.) Chronic back pain from degenerative disc + more does not qualify. (They helped me walk daily.) Now...maybe once a year, I save up the money to buy a box of generic for $200+, with a RX savings card, which really doesn't save that much. I use them sparingly. My thoughts: When trying to not take narcotics and finally finding something like these amazing patches...and then, having them taken away, is quite a letdown. I wish someone with power would do something about this. Thanks for listening!

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bent Says:
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Has anybody tried oxymorphone



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Coral Says:
 
I am is pain all the time. I am 75 have Stenosis.The The doctor gives me Norco and it doesn't work I guess I just have to live with it with the pain .

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Berlywoods Says:
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I need a doctor in or around jasper Alabama that writes roxicodone 30

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madashell Says:
 
Chris, where is this Doctor you mentioned in California? (I am in central CA., and will pay cash) And, at the risk of sounding more ignorant than I already feel, who the heck is Dr. Famous?

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Chris Says:
 
P450-Hope you get to CA for Dr. Famous, my doc here in FL is INCREDIBLY overly paranoid of DEA but if you have enough records (heaven knows YOU DO) he does write. I had to update all x-rays plus new MRI but did get script which is actually over the 120 mg guide, but not enough for me.....I feel he may at least scrape you by if you are at brick wall. By no means would I tell you he is your answer but like me when it's nothing or him (for short while till answer is found) then he is help. Also-this may be the dealbreaker for you- he not take insurance..... cash only. Strange but true. I am still looking but things are getting so much worse so quickly with new CDC guides am fearing we are all doomed to a tortured, agonized death via under-treated pain. If interested will give address etc. he is in Orlando, FL.
With over 100,000 chronic pain ppl. verified you would think this should be an American health problem our "wonderful" country would be addressing urgently--HAHAHAHA NOT. Home of the free & tortured to death.

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BL Says:
 
Felicia roads, almost all drs want a copy of your medical records from your previous dr. Does your insurance require a referral is that what the drs that you have called so far have said ? Not all drs require a referral. The chronic pain patients that are not on high doses of pain med and that haven't broken any of the rules from their previous drs, are the ones that don't seem to have much, if any problems getting their pain managed.

Very few ER's will prescribe pain meds if you've been treated for chronic pain and lost your dr. Urgent cares are often the same way. If you go to a dr and get a prescription for a pain med and then you go to another dr and get another prescription for a pain med and then go back to the first dr or another dr and get a prescription for pain meds, that is what is referred to as Doctor Shopping. But, if you go to a dr and he doesn't give you a prescription for a pain med and you go to another one and he doesn't give you a prescription and you go to another one and he gives you a prescription, that is not Doctor Shopping.


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HkittyinNJ Says:
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If it gets really bad you can find someone who likes to share them..

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