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Can you tell me about any doctors who can prescribe Vicodin

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Keikee Says:
 
Hi Tamera! Maybe your primary care or specialist can help you find a new doc. My mantra is simple; "optimism & truth". Because I've experienced being a long time patient of a doc who is no longer practicing and was harassed by Feds etc...don't expect an easy time of finding a new doc to take over writing your meds. Whether the gossip & whispers were true or not, it's guilt by association. Period. If you find a doctor who'll write you a prescription on a regular basis, tough it out, don't call the office constantly complaining of poor pain control etc. Make a pain journal, detailing the time of day, pain level & whether you were able to do your part in keeping your household straight. Take it to your monthly appointments and ask the nurse to put a photo copy of it in your chart. Over time you can build trust with ur new doc. Good luck!

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Keikee Says:
 
SH, You are one lucky girl to have gotten in with this new Dr. The swelling is scary with the Methadone. And that you had good success with it before is odd. Unless of course it's not the same manufacturer as your previous Methadone. Morphine is one of the cleanest opioids as far as your liver is concerned. I hope you get that straight and soon! Good luck!

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BL Says:
 
Tamera, based on what you said here, you have no proof that the DEA ran the Dr out of his practice with a well known chain of medical clinics. Based on what you have said, you aren't even sure where he is. He could have had health problems or other things could have happened suddenly that caused him to close his practice.

If you are not on high doses of pain meds and you haven't had any problems with drug panels or the pain contract, you should not have that much of a problem finding a new dr. If your last dr was not a pain management dr, you do need to look for a pain management dr. You mentioned that he had a chain of medical clinics, but you didn't specify pain clinics.

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Keikee Says:
 
WorksnAugusta, Do you mean to say you don't have a Primary Care Dr, specialist or your medical records? GURRLLL, we need to talk! First thing on the agenda would be hooking up with with a PCP. You can find docs in your zip code by going to your insurance company's website. Who's your insurance carrier?

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Tamera Says:
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Does anyone know a pain mgt Dr in Houston TX? I have all med records, surgeries and every treatment known to man. DEA literally ran my fantastic (and very respected) Dr out of his practice with a well known chain of medical clinics. My dr apparently works in hospital environment now. Hard to find another pain Dr when u had one for many years. I can hardly function and I am responsible for elderly (almost invalid) in-laws. My husband had to stay home to take over this responsibility. As we all know, it's not fair to treat chronic pain patients as drug addicts or drug dealers when there is clearly no evidence of same. I appreciate your feedback.

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Sunshine Says:
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Thank you Kathleen haha that's my middle name lol

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Kathleen Says:
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John Lawless, DO, family practice, 5 Friends Lane, Newtown, PA 215-579-1300. He takes most insurances. Office staff also very nice.

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Sunshine Says:
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Does anyone know of someone in nj or pa? Close to philly that I can go to that is good and actually works with you??

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SH Says:
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To P450: I have not updated my life since I was without a pain management Dr for 7 months. I found a Dr in December. He charges a concergie fee of $150 in addition to insurance. This is to give extra time and is really due to government bs over opiates. Thanks to my brother I was able to afford this Dr. He was part of the local pain management group in my city -- Portsmouth VA. He went into private practice. He reviewed my records of dismissals and actually felt Ibwas wronged!! God is good!! He put me on the last med I was on after going over every med I have taken and my response. I have stressed my Dr of 6 yrs had me on 2 long acting. That is unheard of now. I have now tried 3 meds and the vibe I on now is not working. I am having a hard time walking. This is Oxycontin. I called today and left message with the nurse that I need to be seen before May 3! Waiting for an appointment. I was on morphine first, OK. Then I asked to try Methadone because it was my main med for 6 yrs. I had a different reaction than before. My legs swelled and I was sleeping 12 hrs at a time. He took me off and added the one now. So, either.going back to morphine or Fentanyl. He tends to start at a level that I know won't work; says we have to have wiggle room. I just say OK. I could not get help from 40mg Oxycontin before. Sso here I on the sofa not wanting to try to walk. Not acceptable. He will change it. He also hired a PA, she is OK too. If there are people from Hampton Roads that need a Dr, he is Dr Robert Hansen. Norfolk VA. I see you are back too. That is God being Busy! God bless you for your help.

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P450Metabolizer Says:
 
Sunshine,

Hello sweetie I'm having a rough few days sorry I've not posted.

When after many years you suddenly due to many changes and government controlling medical care get on different medications like me with side effects you go up and down. We must be ever so careful; many of us have allergies and reactions, and never but never get on any long acting at super high dosages if you have been off for any period.

Our metabolic package can change.

Right now you just MUST stay with one physician. You must nod yes when you know that proper medications means more, or specifics until this government blast up the azz is over. It will be we proved years ago in the health care industry that opioids will be the safest method of treating intractable pain.

Do not let your age keep you from proper pain management. The truth is we can increase medications as tolerance increases over time but not with the government putting the physicians in high liability. In short this means with the CDC and FDA putting out information about deaths and overdoses which are due to those not prescribed dying if you or another pain patient has ANY INCIDENT you could sue for this just due to these statements!

These physicians are also getting paid incentives not to treat chronic illness. The Affordable Care Act was never affordable that crazy want to be president is funding big business as many of the purported Democrats have. I stopped being a Democrat when Ronald Reagan came in and knocked the prime lending rate from 38% to a reasonable prime of below 19% then 11% in less than 2 years. Back then the Russians had all nuclear force and threatened to blow us off the face of the earth in 5 minutes they had the power well President Reagan did spend HUGE dinero and within a few weeks he said 'You do that for as your weapons are aimed at America we can blow you up in 2 minutes" and we could.

You learn quick in this world what really IS whether it's a physician or president. Until human kind starts reaching out to do right to the old lady who needs help getting to her car, the little kid who fell in the parking lot and WE JUST DO THE NEXT right thing there is no hope for anyone, anywhere. Never has America been in such a pathetic predicament and I refuse to do anything less than be an American who stands for the Constitution and the rights of all.

That means currently we are suffering what I knew would happen when this man laid out his lies to all in America--he has ruined it for minorities because his actions have made it impossible for blacks, women, or other to be elected he is a failure and dishonest to boot.

Age is a number there are children with intractable pain. If you made it a year you will make it until things simmer down we know this. But WE must stick together.

I should be dead today after what a year nearly did to me with my personal medical history. Remember do not compare what worked for you long ago you will be rejected you need someone to manage your care for now. Do not be overly judicious jumping in for therapies that do not work as if you do not lack the sense to know better it is only allowing doctors who do not have the gonads to practice their profession to feel less guilt. Do only what you can do to forsee a goal that allows quality of life.


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Sunshine Says:
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P450

I am so glad your back. You know you stuff and deliver information without any judgement. I thank you for being honest but sympathetic to others who are in pain. It's hard finding a dr now because of doctors guidelines changing and people ruining it for those who do have issues that require narcotics. I am trying to get all my records due to the fact that I have done it all (physical therapy, water therapy, injections etc) and nothing helped but the medication. I do get judged I feel due to my age cause I am 31 and feel like my age is hindering them believing that I can only due medication therapy. I've had five surgeries in ten years. Two major back surgeries which both are considered failed surgeries and I have plates and screws in my back but screws in my shoulder I really feel like crap sometimes cause I feel useless.

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madashell Says:
 
Saw New Doctor in CA. Took all records, prescs, etc., lo and behold, the good man had no problem refilling my scripts. I wonder how long he will be practicing medicine before they shut him down? Here in CA they're dropping like flies. In the meantime I am so humbly grateful. Hungry but grateful.

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P450Metabolizer Says:
 
C.M. (good to see you dear friend), and new posters!

First of all I am back. I also with my specialist am aware that the MOST SIGNIFICANT help given you for now is to realize that YOU MUST ASK FOR NOTHING different unless the physician asks you for example "Ben what short acting medication did you say worked for you post operatively when you had that hip surgery in 1990?"

Their LIABILITY is high risk right now due to the CDC and FDA recommendation's for attorneys are immediate to use information presented on the net or other communication formats to state that their grandson who was on marijuana out of diapers, and Coke when his mother accidentally dropped it in his Cheerio's bowl (age 2), and who became tolerant to Meperidine at age 10 when Codeine did not work post tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy and the happy boy ENT decided Demerol would be ok just this once, and it was refilled (new scripts of course) eight times when he developed infection, secondary strep, and then meningitis (is the violin out and are you playing it LOUD folks for these poor dead people from drugs)? Jim BowArrow has hired RipItAndRun Legal Firm in BoF*** Mississippi to sue for the loss of his grandson because now it does matter and that tremendously.

What am I getting at here....Clearly the people who are weeping, moaning, and pushing government intervention do not have a clue. In 12 step programs where you attend for addiction (AA) there is a group of whiners called "the other room" and in short co dependents or AL ANON and these folks in many ways are worse then the alcoholics and dope fiends. Bottom line they are normally well dressed, above average in income and intellect, and politically can cause government to bend down and kiss their arses! When you read the poor folks who lost a loved one the loved one is a FELON who stole, purchased or obtained by illegal or unnecessary reason opioids that you and I are prescribed for intractable pain! They are the reason you see shortages, the prices sky rocket, and ultimately you have pencil d*** physicians who won't take out the triplicate pad with an indelible black pen to sign off a few Oxycodone or Dialudid for your pain ridden behind. WE ARE UNDER SEIGE until this government intervention ENDS and it will only do harm for millions out here suffering, taking their own lives, and who must hold tight to make a spectacle of ourselves as we wait this motherf****r out!

I am sorry WE HAVE no rights at this time!

I am sorry no matter how bad you feel dig out that nice business suit, or dress, shower and do your hair ladies, with proper make up (even if it takes six hours before the appointment to do what a normal does in 20 minutes), and ultimately have a little pain notebook of your last month of intractable pain (records) showing on a scale of 1 to 10 the pain at least 4 times during the day. Set up a chart where you do 6 a.m. noon, pre dinner, and bedtime using not only the opioids and when or what you took (4 mg. Hydromorphone at 8 a.m. pain dropped from 9 to 4 at noon), but took a hot bath up to neck for an hour at 7 a.m. after light stretching and 2 aspirin at a pain level of 6 with a reduction at 10 a.m. to 3, because it shows that we do not just do opioids to reduce pain...I do not care who you are, what your last physician said THESE RECORDS given over to the physician each month inserted in your record can keep you from prison if the DEA comes in to bust your Dr. Lovely who knows it all, and you for the DEA takes them in pairs very often.

We cannot ASK for what scientific knowledge has proven; that opioids are safe and effective treatment for intractable pain! That is because in America where we have purported freedom, a Constitution and the like WE CANNOT at this volatile time demand what we have been once prescribed--the Al Anon's have taken root giving the government impetus, motive, and inference at BEST to terrorize Americans with the lunacy of LIES.

It puts you and I on the level of a street addict.

It tells the public at large that pain patients are addicts, evil, and of criminal element.

The government then utilizes a faulty and superficial media to spread malicious lies to show that people are DYING in DROVES from prescription medication. It berates physicians who legally have the RIGHT with their DEA number, and other record keeping 'trace' devices honed in by the government. These physicians when Odumma was voted in became slaves of the government, and not to mention these DAYS as the end comes around the BEND are being given financial incentives to NOT treat chronic patients or to chose who they treat regardless of negative outcome including death.

Example: Joe Blow goes from mild diabetic activity at age 40 and now at age 60 is overweight, does not maintain a proper diet, has neuropathy, and suffers depression since his wife of 30 years died of a sudden MI leaving him alone (children are married; one is away at college). He has been insulin dependent for a year now, and his physician and others in his rural area are fielding diabetic patients into a nutrition center under their HMO for diabetic diet control. They meet with nutritionists and then are followed up bi monthly and are to fulfill their diabetic needs via diet without insulin. Within the first three months 10 of 100 patients are hospitalized with diabetic ketoacidosis, and restarted at an insulin requirement that can be filled with only one insulin not combinations. Once stable they are evaluated for an insulin pump. There is no room for error there are specific program markers met, and if not met specific outcomes--first insulin one type only if that is not effective the pump evaluation occurs with strict monitoring for this expensive device. By the first two years of the incentive ending the physician has gained 80% of financial incentive-the clients who are moved back to intensive care such as insulin and then pump device implantation did not meet criteria. Clinically there is nothing but COST SAVINGS under this wonderful ACA program (sarcasm here not serious on our end as pain patients). The physician is paid not only for the standard of care visits for a refractory diabetic but the nutrition program is handling the labor costs, and ultimately it appears that 80% or greater are in benefit. These type of financial incentives are being utilized to control physicians and plan of care for all Americans.

As long as this ACA and now these superficial VIRAL advertisements by the agencies such as the CDC and FDA who were for years respected and highly regarded, the COURTS will be filled with relatives of the FELONS WHO DIED ABUSING OUR opioids to be prescribed for intractable pain; not to feel 'high' or 'feel good' as they basically commit suicide in high numbers and the government further antagonizes and groups us into the same corral with the rest of the criminal cattle.

It is a S*** FEST people!! Literally aside from metaphor....

Now please keep your physician, do the do things noted or you will be on the list of those on the way out fast. We as a group must hold up for the interim time--support, love, and more support each other nation and world wide until America and her people can attain the freedom of the highly educated physicians here to practice MEDICINE. The DEA at least hires physicians when they go in for a bust. They rely on medical information and also on you providing physicians with little journals of pain levels and so forth. We must truly have to do this to get by.

For over a year I went without physician care for intractable pain. I now am handling a new plan of care which I feel I respect, but also worry with some changes, and new MRI diagnoses that I could flop face down for the last call. None of us can depend on kicking butt right now or asking for what worked before to legally work again. The 'legal' part of the equation is now twisted with tricky d*** analogy if you will-what we see my friends we cannot get, and in asking you will become the FELON you are not, while the FELON will be medicated for your intractable pain legally at the METHADONE clinic down the road paid for by some ancillary Medicaid program. Methadone is the longest acting BEST controller of intractable pain for example in the world. The cheapest as in the U.S. we must keep it at pennies so we can control the risk of addicts stealing and breaking the law repeatedly to obtain the two to four hour dope sick off their back as Methadone keeps it down for 24 hours for addicts seen daily in the clinic.

This allows further acceptable ADDICTION to a controlled drug (Methadone) for the opiate and pill heads that proliferate the United States today. The cost of Methadone and the control of the addict is well handled in these clinics throughout America. It breaks the cycle of despair for the ADDICT (who is treated with gentle kid gloves unlike pain patients who are beaten with whips, accusations, and imprisonment at home where no one but the toilet bowl sees their plight), and the little addicts get a runny nose, the chitz too often, body aches and demands the clinic to repair their 'illness' which is literally 'dope sick.' That is Methadone administered daily under the watchful eyes of a vocational nurse who is handing over the little cup, perhaps a UA, visit with the SW, and ultimately upon leaving the party is off to work just to return 24 hours later. One month at a time will keep this addict alive, perhaps to the level he or she gets real health insurance, and obtains a referral to a pain specialist for that old injury that left them with arthritis or DDD in the lumbar spine. We are becoming BLENDED my friends and we are not...

I am not ready to 'wash that grey right out of my hair BUT' am educated, and also as stated a published researcher and by the 90's we had enough scientific documentation to state that PAIN is a disorder, and then gain acceptance scientifically for a host of disorders that are pain generated or focused. We did not climb that high mountain, swim that large ocean, or reach Mars via space ship to dump our progress in the crapper once and for all here. But now with the PAIN of government covering the scientific TRUTH of millions in intractable pain there must be cohesion, and strength in our numbers. We must survive to reach the end of this reign of government, and then take immediate interventions before more suicides, and death due to rapid cessation of pain management opioids occur.

Think about it will ya'll...Yep I have and do a lot.

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BL Says:
 
Ky40214, you can try and see if another dr will take you as a patient. If you have problems finding one, you might want to get a copy if your medical records and see exactly whatelse is written in your medical records from this dr.

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Bernie Says:
 
I just started seeing Dr. Carstens around Novemeber 2015 and have only seen him 5 times and he just opened up his new practice in Hamburg NY 3 months before i had first seen him ! Wait time to see him, is about 3 hours ! Doesn't even sit with you in the medical room , after your 1st visit and tells you to come to his office and writes your scripts out , and your on your way ! He doesn't give you the time to talk about other meds or treatments he can do with you ! Now last minute he is closing , leaving all his new patients in Hamburg , to find another Pain Dr ! Gave us not even 1 months notice ! Your treated like a number . Wait 3 hours to see him almost every time , then see's you for 5 minutes and your done ! At first i thought he was going to be a great pain Dr, cause he is very nice ! But now i think in my eyes , he just flies through his patients , and now opening and then closing his new Hamburg location ! He took on way to many patients and is well understaffed ! And then to send us a printed letter from March 16th 2016 , and we didn't get it til April 3rd 2016 in the mail, he is closing April 30th 2016 ! He didn't leave us an ample time to find another pain management Dr. . Which for me , is very hard to find ! And i'm not going to drive from Buffalo to Wellsville 2 hours, wait 3 hours to see him , see him for 5 minutes and then drive another 2 hours back to Buffalo . I thought he was going to be the pain Dr. that is willing to try different meds with you , or different ways to approach your pain problems ! And he just seems like he doesn't care and your just another number ! So if you go see him ! Plan on spending anywhere from 2 to 3 1/2 hours to see him ! He just zooms through his patients 123 and thats it ! And doesn't take the real time to sit down and talk about other ways of handling your pain problems ! I even asked him about staying on with him , but only if he could see me every other month or two months ! And he didn't say a word , like it went through one ear and out the other ! Just like the times i tried talking to him about , trying out different pain meds or other ways of treating my Chronic Pain !

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Ky40214 Says:
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I received a letter stating pill count as my dismissal. I was on 5 percs a day. I had a bad car accident years ago. I also received shots in my hips due to my limp.

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BL Says:
 
Ky40214, it will depend on exactly what your medical records say about why you were dismissed. You can get a copy of your medical records and read them to see exactly what they say. There is a charge for medical records.

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Ky40214 Says:
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I live in Ky. I have been in PM for two years. One day I get a call wanting me in for a med count. I dont drive and couldnt get there. He saw me once more then discharged me , citing pill count. My question is , will this stop other PM docs from taking me ? I have an appt with my PCP soon. Thanks !

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Chronic Migraneur Says:
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Heck, P450,

The CDC's first scare-press-release proposing their "guidelines" (to wit, no binding authority--but drs. Claim "we no lawyers!") included opiate street ODs as well as other illicit opioids to boost their death toll scare. I couldn't believe it. So angry. At LEAST a 3d of the ODs they used to cause more rx panic (& now more hell) were black market opioids including illegal ones. So they propose based on that that docs shouldn't generally treat pain unless cancerous, terminal, or both. That PHYSICAL THERAPY modalities might be more appropriate ... but in every case. I really wanna write a minibook exposing them w/ their own words. They make DEA language seem compassionate. Course Indiana, being a backwards state, had to one up the dea's regs & allow only half the max morph-equiv permitted by the dea. Way to out a-hole the a-holes IN. Proud state are you. Even Kratom's illegal here (only state, or 1 of 2)--people were using Kratom leaves to get off opiates, so the State really wants to prove their desire to cause pain & make sure you can neither officially nor with God's given medicines get any relief at all.

And I have to move an hr & a half south soon. No idea what to do except scour propublica for the drs. that abide by their Hippocratic Oath. Nervous as hell though.

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D Says:
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What pain clinic in Indianapolis in is not afraid to write narrotics any good docs I had Dr busj she's great but no longer takes my insurance any comments would be appreciated thanks

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