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

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mm Says:
 
Dieseofdenial, it is a shame what happened to that dr. The way I explained this situation to the the person in the government is how would she like to be told how to do her job by someone else, I think most people would be quite upset, especially most doctors as we all no they think they are gods. I don't think a dr should be held accountable for another dr runs their practice. I swear this is such common sense as far as taking care of us, but I need to go to someone higher up then her, she asks me about my story and suggestions and tells me to hang in there they are working on solutions, well I am sorry, I don't have time to spend in pain everyday, enough is enough. Like she tells me she will keep me in the loop, I will do the same here.

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Diseaseofdenial Says:
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3985 reply to mm,

I must admitt you are right about docs failing to call eachother out on their bs. True story, A friend who's a recovering ONCE IMPAIRED DOC in NJ Slipped and took some Vicodin so he had a random ua scheduled he approached a colleague to write him a script well he declined and reported him to the nj board . Well in a closed hearing he was admitted for in patient treatment and lost his rxing priv.for 6 months. He resumed practice and the doc that actually turned him in was so shunned he lost covering mds and had to resign and relocate his practice.the moral of the story, no good dead goes unpunished . If you turn in a fellow doc well life becomes very unpleasant for the whistleblower . The saddest part is the state's med. boards are the worst offenders usually holding these offenders to slight sanctions usually deferred and once they enter rehab treatment agreements their annonmity is assured and protected.Only to be exposed if they reoffend and are publically sanctioned.

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snappy416 Says:
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Christine there's a good pain management Dr in Frederick Maryland if interested let me know they dont take many insurance but I'm self pay just need a MRI within last yr there located at 915 tollhouse road suite 103 they don't require injection or surgery

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coco Says:
 
They are too stupid & scared to give you your medicine, & they couldn't care less if you od'd. They want to knock you out with xanax, or use a s*** drug neurontin or elavil. They make me sick. They are weak pathetic excuses for dr.S, the dea runs nothing. Anybody can get any drugs they want. Did they stop crack, no. Marijuana, no. Methamphetamine, no. Opiates, no. So how stupid is it that government is in the pharmaceutical business, billions wasted for nothing. They want old people to go to the streets or die, thus population control. It's my body I know what helps, a few pills. Who cares if my life quality is 10 x better, or we should all lay in bed & suffer. This control is a direct contributing factor to crime. They cannot be too stupid to see it, but it's all about big pharma money... On anti depressants, so they want you to drink till you ease a little pain and kill other drivers. Soon they will control that. Well they do keep feeding anti depressants and amphetamines to kids until we have more crazy killers because they think everybody needs wacko pills because they are schizo, depressed, bipolar, anxious. F*** the people in pain, just give them the 250 types of wacko pills, prozac, zoloft, effexor, adderall, pristiq, lexapro, abilify, depakote. -make money you sick greedy bastards. We will suffer while you eat lobster.

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Supportbyinclusion Says:
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Ashley,

I believe you are requesting hydrocodone online for pain relief? Unfortunately schedule II narcotics are not available anywhere online.As a federally controled substance its prohibited from being prescribed online by law.I wish I could have provided you with better news.

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Supportbyinclusion Says:
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Wow

I thought these forums were reserved for sharing information on drugs and medications.Isnt there enough hate and disrespect why bring it here can't we just ignore insensitive posts.Remember some are sicker then others. I too suffer from chronic intractable pain and relief is hard to come by but attacking others won't help our positions let's try to support one another and ignore those who would cast us down. Sorry I just had to add this to this thread.

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snappy416 Says:
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I go to a good pain management dr in frederick maryland. I've been there 3 yrs and not once have I been asked to get inj's. Or surgery. If u want look into them they're located at 915 tollhouse road suite 103. They really help me be more mobile with my bad back. I get 150 of the 30 mg oxycodone every 28 days and 84 of the 15 mg opanas for long term every 28 days. They're very helpful, but only take a couple insurances. I'm self pay but walmart, cvs and walgreens fill for them. It used to be called frederick spine and pain rehabilitation center. They just recently changed names. Hope that helps.

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Chris Says:
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I have been suffering from hip, knee, and back pain for years. I was getting pain meds regularly from old insurance but now that I had to switch I can't find any doctor who will prescribe them for me. I'm in VIRGINIA and willing to travel done. Please help

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Ashley Says:
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I need a dr. Who can prescribe me hydtocodone 10mg online for my 3 cracked discs. L2,L3,L4

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mm Says:
 
Christine,

I totally agree, I have seen so many posts from "BL", I really think this person is downright evil and gets off on making derogatory comments. Always has "the answer" to EVERYTHING and KNOWS EVERYTHING. I CAN JUST PICTURE THIS CREEP behind the computer waiting to read the comments and sitting back laughing at us all. Probably popping pills, marijuana, sipping on alcohol. I agree, GO AWAY, YOU'RE NOT HELPING ANYONE. BL, YOU NEED PROFESSIONAL PSYCHIATRIC HELP!!! Take our advice for once, we certainly don't need or want yours.

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Christine Says:
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As I have inquired previously many times, BL who are you to give answers and how do we know they are correct?
You have never identified yourself as an expert or even an experienced painer- you simply spew forth answers in a demoralizing tone making us feel worse than we already feel. You have zero compassion, only a"better than you" attitude towards us so why should we listen to such a creep??!
Apparently you do not have the same problems we do or you would not be so cruel and useless to us. I motion you remove yourself from this forum so that your harmful attitude does not harm us any further.
If you care to open up your position and reason why you should still be allowed here then so........
Otherwise please be gone along with your uncaring responses that hurt us rather than help us.
Anyone else in agreement please respond.


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mm Says:
 
Coco, how about giving psychotropics for pain? These meds will really screw a person up. I have been inj. with every imaginable drug out there yet they put me on 7 mg of xanax with no problem. The government needs people that deal with everyday pain to speak on our behalf, not these nitwits that don't have a clue about being in chronic pain. Doctors are going to be too lazy to do what would be required of them to give proper care. They get double booked, don't listen, and throw you out of their office. You cannot even speak to a doctor on the phone anymore. They are trying to do away with all of us, it's all about the almighty dollar.

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mm Says:
 
BL, NO disrespect but are you living on another planet?? You give advice as to ppl just going to "another pain management doctor". Don't you understand most pain doctors that are still practicing won't take any new patients on. Everyone on here has the same problem, they can't get a pain doctor, they can't get their meds and a lot of these ppl have been totally just let go from their previous health care physicians, so if you have the magic answer, please tell the rest of us cause you make it sound so easy to just go out and find new doctors.

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mm Says:
 
Christine exactly, how are we supposed to survive on that? And yes BL always seems to have the answers, so tell us BL, how do we survive 1) being on disability, 2) in pain and canter our meds, thanks and looking for your knowledgeable answers as always!!

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Christine Says:
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Mm, am in same boat, not enough work hours so expected to live on$730/ month. Yeah right, my health ins premium is over half that so how am I gonna pay electric, phone òr house payment?
Any ideas BL??!!

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mm Says:
 
BL I am very aware of the difference on SSI and SSDI, EXACTLY WHAT IS YOUR POINT? I have been on both, when I first became disabled I did not have enough work hours to receive SSDI, I WAS PUT ON SSI, NOW BECAUSE OF MY X HUSBANDS PASSING I AM ON WIDOWS BENEFITS, ITS STILL NOT ENOUGH FOR ME TO LIVE ON, I AM CONFUSED ABOUT YOUR COMMENT

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BL Says:
 
mm, SSI and Medicaid are welfare. SSDI and Medicare are paid into by the worker and are no welfare.

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Shell Says:
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My husband just come of hospice he's on alot of morphine and his last PCP wrote his prescriptions then went to hospice an they gave him sameeds just more bow he needs a new pcp

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Lee Says:
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I am new to the area near Nashville. I was relocated bad horse accidents as well as all my nerves in my right arm. I don't know anyone I've been in the medical industry for 25 years and has advocated for everyone. But now it's me and I need help! I don't have a family physician yet 4 internist would be better and pain doctor. I do not wish to be judged as I have seen enough others as well.

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mm Says:
 
I am trying to stay focused, not give up and have been told I will be kept in the loop, my present doctors seem to think I am being fed a line of BS, I hope that is not true. I am trying really hard for all of us to find help and better solutions then cutting us off. I get discouraged quite often. I honestly don't see them ever back tracking and going to give us more meds, I see only them cutting us off completely, hoping all us addicts just die off and them not giving narcotics to the younger generation, this is how I see things, what options does this leave us? Sticking needles in our arms?? I need others to reach out to whom I have. Please I need help!!!

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