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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Ricky Says:
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Yes , I have very good pop ins he only prescribed 60 a mo. That just it enough.plus nierontin 6 a day verapamil,tizadine etc.

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BL Says:
 
Rodney Meyer, have any of the new drs you've seen suggested going to a extended release pain med. It is hard to believe that a dr was giving you that many of one immediate release pain meds, let alone two. You won't find another dr that will prescribe two immedicate release pain meds, let alone in that quanity. Why won't the dr that was prescribing these meds continue to prescribe them for you ? If they prescribe for other patients like they did for you, they may have been flagged for inappropiate prescribing.

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Rodney Meyer Says:
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I live in duluth mn and I've been forced to go from 240 loritabs and 240 tramidol a month down to nothing. I can't find a doctor anywhere to help me. I am in such horrible pain that I can no longer walk. And I've seen many doctors and none will help me. I have never abused my medication not even once.



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Chris Says:
 
P450-Am sending to Universe vibes for your salvation-you certainly deserve this God-sent help!!!! Pls let us know.....Chronic so eloquently put yet I NEED TO KNOW WHAT CAN BE DONE & NOW??? We all are so aware yet there must be answer to this insanity before it is too late for us all. How do we fix this?? This IS AMERICA so must be a way through this corruption....we need a leader to organize outright destruction of this takeover by greedy power hungry unjust thugs. Where to strike & make it count? There must be a point to burst this ungodly balloon of wrong to citizens so deserving. I am done laying in bed in agony, if I could move or think as I should then you better believe I would be initiating a coup to get things righted. Please if anyone has the ability, means, ideas as to where to go on this speak up. We must stop this bulls*** now.....

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Mace Says:
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Dr. Britton is one of the finest Drs. I have had the pleasure to be a patient of. He is thorough, compassionate and always looks out for his patients best-interests. His no-nonsense approach and his willingness to LISTEN will remind you of a time when a Dr. put patient-care above profit. I Know, it's hard to imagine in this day and age. But Dr. Britton is the real thing. If you are just looking for pills, he's not the Dr. to see. And he is way to smart to let anyone pull the wool over his eyes. If you are looking for the best in his field, (Pain Management and Rehabilitation) He's the Man! When I was referred by the Courage Center 6 yrs. ago, I could not walk a half-block even with my cane. 6 yrs. later I am off the 530 pills a month that unscrupulous, so called "Mental Health" professionals had pushed on me while misdiagnosing my condition. I walk 1/2 to1 mile a day and though disabled am able to live independently. My pain is managed the best that can realistically be hoped for. God Bless Dr. Britton and his Courage to treat the most difficult Patients in Medicine today.

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BL Says:
 
It is not a drs responsibility to find a new dr for a patient. When a patient takes certain meds like opioids they accept the responsibility that comes with taking it. When you take opiods and stop for any reason, you can have withdrawals, your pain will increase, etc. A previous dr can't tell another dr how to prescribe. In addition the fact that Justme doesn't have insurance may make it more difficult than usual to find a dr. Some drs won't take self pay patients. The monthly cost of seeing a pain manegement dr can cost $125-$200 each month with the first visit being $500-$600. I hope Justme can get a copy if their medical records from their retiring dr because a new dr will more than lkely want them or will require updated diagnostic tests or exams be done.

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Chris Says:
 
PWILL-YOU MUST NOT READ CORRECTLY-said patient assistance dropped my 10+yr dr. gave me no reason-not J & J, idk where that came from-said was Purdue . I switched meds since no more assistance from them. His license was perfectly intact so no reason why I ever was given.
Sorry you misunderstood.
Chris

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Chronic Migraneur Says:
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Frankly, presuming your prior doc is no longer an option, for a new doc NOT to initially Rx opiates or whatever meds ... at least close to the amount you were on, with any meds where sudden discontinuation is Clearly Recognized By "Evidence-Based" Medicine OR Known Reality to be unhealthy to the point of disrupting your life/career ... or, say, killing you (e.g., benzo w/drawal can do that) ... is medical malpractice if the dose is substantial and/or long-standing, even without diagnosis proof. Such an act via omission betrays a sadistic god-complex Dr. who has depersonalized you as a patient and is committing a knowing, willful refusal to treat you in the manner in which he took a solemn oath to do, an oath more binding than 20/21st century marriage, which affords him or her $$$$ + prestige even while condescendingly refusing to treat you as your health plummets, and as s/he deposits your payment in a fat bank account.

But it doesn't matter that such willing refusal to treat AT A MINIMUM your withdrawal symptoms, by the gold standard of titrating down the dose (not EVEN addressing the pain issue, which no one in the medical field cares about until it is their own pain, relievable by their own inside knowledge of which colleagues will do their job & relieve a patient's pain if the patient is another doc, safe in their "good ol' boy" network of peers), is, given the known unhealthiness of immediate opiate/benzo/antidepressant/what-have-you withdrawal, clearly plain-language medical malpractice.

It doesn't matter because of governmental "intervention" (one of its many Orwellian terms for "practice of medicine"--regardless of which of our 2 monopolizing parties holds power).

Constant misleading agency-promulgated headlines, the actual body text beneath, largely unread, disproving the deception as well as the disproportionate-response of their anti-patient proposals "backed by" a misleading scare tactic. I just got another one this week from the CDC. Failed to mention what a careful read + application of math reveals--the bald fact that nearly a third of the opiate "related" (which is Not Causation for an Industry, no, actually a Religion, that hides its Dogma behind terms like "Evidence-Based" [though they disregard all evidence contradicting their Dogma]) deaths on which they base their entire push for yet more Doctor hand-tying ... were STREET opioid deaths. Irrelevant to their proposed extension of the War on Patients, unless it pushes pain-desperate citizens with falling-apart lives into the black market to keep their families & careers once they are abandoned by the PoliticoMedical Complex, thus keeping Prohibition-Era style "crime" at levels sufficient to keep the DEA, etc., fully-funded, even extended, and $$$ to the privately-owned prisons of our ("free?" HA!) world-leading nation in citizen-imprisonment, easily allowing for deluded-populace poll-boosting arrests of any compassionate Doctors who stand true to their Hippocratic Oath instead of drinking the Dogmatic Kool-Aid & throwing up their hands like my neuro does, sort of like Pontius Pilate did, only blaming non-medical meddling for his refusal to adequately practice medicine, claiming, after decades of schooling & teaching & practice, that he can't understand or keep up with the detail of the flurry of election-cycle-timed initiatives, like the CDC, & therefore that he washes his hands of the responsibility to practice medicine, barely treating me. Tho my unemployable law degree + decade & a half of medical/legal research is enough to know he's out of line by not learning the law sufficiently to reassure him of his somewhat broader freedom than he says he thinks he has, my findings are unheard & pain-dulled. He thinks it's okay to just blame politicians & practice "limited-competence medicine", as of course the truth is irrelevant to power.

That's why, although it IS malpractice, it doesn't matter. Prohibition before sound bites & social-glance-media could be reasoned with and--the unthinkable!--repealed. Now, we're through the looking glass into "1984"--just as murder wasn't recognized as a crime in Russia under Stalin, being a "capitalist disease", ACTUALLY treating pain instead of pretending to do so contradicts the New Dogma of The Drug War. Such War on Patients & Plants created & maintains criminal syndicates, justifying gov't power & taxes, tho long ago declared wasteful, injurious, & contrary to applied logic even by The Right's own then-reigning intellectual, William F. Buckley, Jr.
And now the War on Patients/Plants loses state after state of marijuana vegetation criminalization, forcing the criminalization of new citizens to keep the system propped up. (One of first year law school's main takeaways: Once you create an Agency (in itself a frankly unconstitutional 4th branch of Gov't), you can almost never uncreate it. It will fight like hell, & dirty, to survive. So what better populace to criminalize than pain patients & any real pain doctors?

The patients are, after all, cowed by fear, pain, depression, the loss of family, career--hardly empowered self-advocates. And doctors are all too willing to go Full Nuremberg and abandon us, claiming, "we let them suffer and skyrocket in suicides because we wanted to stay comfy & safe in a climate of fear by following 'the law'!" Science, medicine, humanity--What Is Right--be damned, apparently. Even when they don't bother to read the actual laws. Or distinguish suggestions from law.

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Keikee Says:
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Justme,
I don't know about pain management physicians in Detroit but I'm sure they exist.
I'd like to respectfully submit that your current pain manager; The retiring physician, make a referral for an appt for you with a colleague in town BEFORE he goes anywhere! That's right, enlist the help of the current dr and his staff of nurses etc! The current dr has a responsibility to you. Remember that. Please don't let him leave without getting you an appt and giving you enough meds to get you thru until your appt. Good luck and please keep us informed in your journey to good pain control.

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Patricia Says:
 
KC, I also need a doctor in Northern nj.

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BL Says:
 
Ricky, most new drs are going to want to get a copy of your medical records from your previous drs, so be sure and take your old drs address, fax and phone number with you if you do find a new dr. They may even want you to get the medical records for them. There is no way of knowing if a new dr will or won't prescribe you the same pain meds you were taking before. It is common for University hospitals like University Of Chicago to not give a lot of opiates, if any. Do you have private insurance ?

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Jewels Says:
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SH,

I'm still without a dr going thru the same thing. I live in nj but from va. How did u find ur new dr??

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Ricky Says:
 
Does anyone know a pain management doctor in the Indianapolis Area willing to prescribe pain medication. We just moved here due to husband job relocation. I have a brain tumor in my occipital area. Brain surgery removed 90% 10 % remained or I would have been left blind. 2 herniated discs. Myo facial cranial pain. My doctor at The University of Chgo where I had brain surgery in 2008 only prescribes me 2 10/325 hydrocodone a day. That's one every 12 hours. I've had 4 nerve blocks in my head in one year and 2 in my back. I even went to Mayo Clinic. I can't function. The radiation left scarring in my brain and light sends a flare in my brain. I'm in constant migraines. I cry all the time in pain. I wish I could chop off my head. Lol.

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SH Says:
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I have posted the past several months that I have been without a pm Dr since June. Sent records and @10 drs said " I can't help you ". I was in long acting meds for 15 yrs. It has been a horrible time. But, I have a pain management Dr now. Had a consultation free first. I am in Portsmouth Va. The Dr is in Norfolk. He charges a $125 fee monthly in addition to insurance.Thank goodness I have help. Paying the fee. My first appt is tomorrow, Friday!!! I will be so excited to get on meds and do pt, etc. I have not kept up with friends, etc. This Dr rotates meds so you don't get tolerant. That has been a problem in the past with other drs. So excited!! I will let everyone know how it goes. If anyone is looking for a Dr in Virginia, east, let me know. I was very impressed with him. May everyone have a blessed Christmas and New Year!

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trevor Says:
 
No insurance from kcmo. i need my script back from a wreck i was disfigured in. INSURANCE EXPIRED AND I BEEN W/ OUT MY 8MG HYDRMORPHONE PILLS SINCE! I LIVE EVERY WAKING SECOND IN AGONY! PLEASE HELP!

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Dominique Says:
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Looking for a doctor in se Michigan to prescribe pain meds. Only thing that helps my knees.

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catwoman1370 Says:
 
I'm needing GAP pain management as I had the one I was involved in dissolved, and everyone else has a long waiting list. I have legit documentation as it is related to being hit by a drunk driver. If it is who I'm thinking of, I can't remember their name and my friend has moved who went to them. If you can help provide me some direction, I would be so grateful. Use my user info with the best search engine out there should provide you my info.Thanks

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Zoebeaver Says:
 
I have terrible pain from a spastic colon due to ptsd. Looking for a dr. In st. Pete, fl., who will help me out with pain and panic mess. I am in counseling.

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P450 Says:
 
Posters,

Wish me luck today traveling out of town for something major that has not occurred in seven years thank God. I've applied for all kinds of help or assistance. When you are allergic to latex and silicone you cannot use generic patches. The poison goes into your blood stream not allowing pain control and further causing you sickness.

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P450 Says:
 
I have a doctor and he is the closest person to God I know. It is he who referred me out.

He will take care of me now.

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