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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Chris Says:
 
BL-Ok gotcha but you & others kept insisting I take complete records including my meds receipt history (which for me is a letter size printout I receive with meds each month) so easy since patient assistance fed ex with the meds. I keep each sheet I get along with all my other records in file. Seems I have too many records (drs. never really read while I there) or not enough for verification of legitimacy against DEA. Feel my situation is complete opposite of what drs, being told/ordered to do therefore I am not a new patient they want to see. Not really their fault-it should all be put upon gov. whom has no business playing dr. when they know nothing about it. I honestly am totally willing to lower dose & have already but my system & pain simply reaches point whereby body will not function no matter other modes to help pain. For instance broken bones shifting simply hurt & no way to help except stopping pain signals somehow.
Thanks for input-am just trying to maintain my psyche along with increased pain levels-that worries me after so many yrs dealing with pain makes it difficult to keep it up.

Chris

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BL Says:
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Chris, If you are taking in a printout with you prescription history stop doing that. The drs can see your history by looking you up in the states PMP database. You are not going to find a Dr that will give you the high doses you've been taking period. It won't happen. You are either going to have to manage with a lot less pain meds or nor have any at all. It is your decision. If you are able to.get in to see any new drs do not mention dosage or the name of the Med.


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Maria Says:
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Please let me know the doctor, is it in memphis tn

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Chris Says:
 
ljs & Co To Fl I have sent email to Robin requesting we connect via email-hope she responds soon I need ALL help I can get!!! THANK YOU THANK YOU guys-look forward to interacting VERY soon:))

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Chris Says:
 
BL- Bingo! You just said what I feel is real prob with my situation-my rx history shows been on 345mg/day OpanaER for last 3 years(since new laws in effect) then before that even more massive doses of Oxycontin which was on since 2000. That why I feel defeated before even talking to them because I am an unusual case & have been since 2000 so they not want involved. Oxycontin taken since patient assistance dropped me after all those years when new regulations pegged my pain dr. high dosage dr. so they sent letter saying if I found new dr. they would reinstate me. Never said that in letter just told me if I got new dr. then they take me back-but after 12yrs with same dr. then all of a sudden they not accept his scripts when these new laws went into force there is no other conclusion. Walgreens & CVS already had blacklisted him also saying he not "god faith dr. list" (whatever the H.. that means). He one in million here in FL not afraid losing license because he never has done wrong. Just actually writes for pain meds which is what it should be. But am fairly certain my rx history is where my problem lies & I cannot change that. I have all dr notes from each visit which contain all info-plus all imaging, etc.-my records are thorough. Including about 7 dx's from spodylosis,scoliosis, osteoporosis, chronic fractures, knee fusion, etc. I fear I have dead end situation since new laws completely leave me out in cold - unless I find another "fearless" dr. then I am doomed. Perhaps one in 100,000 chance of that esp. here in 'pill-mill' FL.

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shell Says:
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Did you find a Dr in central Pa, I live in lebanon and am having the same problem

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Co To Fl Says:
 
this is true about soma. Its not being rx d with other narcotic pain management meds! Well I was on soma with my other narcotic meds but not in Fl..they refused my soma right away. I didn't even ask!!

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Co To Fl Says:
 
Lilly I hope u have found relief, but I saw Dr s listed in Roanoke, somewhere on the site keep reading!

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BL Says:
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sig, you will need a copy OG your medical records from the Dr that has been treating your pain. You may or may not be able to find a pain management Dr. Most drs won't prescribe SOMA with pain meds because it can be addicting and many patients have died from the combinations according to studies
It doesn't matter if you've taken it all these years without any problems. A new Dr may not give you a rx or a rx for what you've been taking on the first visit. So you need to make an appointment with a pain Dr ASAP.

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Co To Fl Says:
 
Sigh I'm sorry n truly know what pain can di to a person.my suggestion is get your records and MRI s and find a Pain Management clinic.. It might take some Tim to find one that does meds and not intervention only. Hopefully someone near you or knows about a pm clinic or Dr in your area..please if anyone has info plz help!

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Co To Fl Says:
 
Daytona Chris it's CO TO FL they call me chaos. Would you be interested in exchanging emails? Let me know and we can ask admin how to proceed.

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Ijs Says:
 
Chris it seems everytime I post to you someone comes with a negative Nancy knowing it all. And if I tell you info this person tries to prove what I saying is not true...i wish I could get your email speak with you one on one I believe there is a form to do so

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CO to FL Says:
 
Karen yes they are subtle thx so much for getting back to me. I hafta take 10-15 mgs to feel that subtle relief, but then again with a better vendor I may not have to take as much. Thanks so much. ill keep u updated with the vendors you mentioned and strain---CHAOS aka CO to FL

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sighofrelief Says:
 
I am looking for a new Dr. My Dr. of 15 years sent me a letter stating she won't be treating me any longer as I have long term needs. WTH? is 15 years ? short term? I am in Sacramento and I have been on pain meds specifically Norcos, or codeine , or vicdin and Soma for nearly 30 years. I need a Dr. who is not afraid or intimidated by the DEA. Preferably a DR who got their license here in the US and has dealt with Narcotics and patients with real pain. I will be out of my Meds in about 2 weeks. Please help. I am scared and I know what happens to my body just a few hours after a missed dose. ER type of medical issues.

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Chris, new patient forms that you fill out the first time you see a Dr has a place for medical history like diseases, surgeries. etc. If you go a copy of your medical records from the last Dr that treated you for your pain, that is all you need. But you shouldn't remove anything from those records because drs can tell and it is a red flag. There is no need for a printout of your previous rxs because that is included in your medical records from your previous Dr along with your drug panels, notes from each visit, etc. And the Dr can look up your prescription drug history in your states Prescription Monitoring Program database. Perhaps that is where the problem is. If I remember correctly, the meds you were previously on exceeded the 120 mg Morphine or Morphine Equivalents daily guidelines. That may be the problem. Any Dr knows your pain will be difficult to manage until you've been off pain meds for a while. And since you give them a printout of your Opana ER rxs that is like you're expecting them to rx you high dose pain meds.

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karen Says:
 
CO to FL, Here's some more info on Kratom. Dont expect complete relief, Kratoms effects are very subtle. not the relief you would get from an Rx. But very effective. I bought a little gadget that I can fill capsules with, its really easy. I take 2 caps, then about 30 minutes later take 2 more. at this dose when I stand up to walk my knees are 80-90% pain free. This makes walking much easier as you can imagine. I order from Kratom Infusion and use the Bumblebee Vietnam for pain and Malay for energy and pain. With the Malay I can stand and actually clean house which is usually impossible. I ordered their sample pak and was able to try different strains and find which works best for me. I kept a record of how much I took and what the effects were. I dont take it every day as they say effects will diminish. Sometimes I just use a different strain. Also eat when you take it. With its antiinflammatory effects it can upset your stomach. I tried several different companies and this one is my favorite so far. Hope this helps. Karen

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Chris Says:
 
BL-U misunderstood-(see how a dr. cannot possibly understand my history if he thumbs thru briefly or misses something my records). I had meant one dr. I went to didn't have all my OpanaER printouts from my monthly prescriptions - he wasn't given my paperwork so didn't even know why I was there. As I said I have ALL med history prints, imaging reports (they never want disks), all my previous pain dr. monthly visit reports, then a self-compiled life history of accidents, disease dx's, etc. & their dates so dr. will know how I got to point am at now. I really feel like there is nothing more I can present to dr. records-wise-it is all there-to me it seems before even sitting with dr. he will see me & I get feeling immediately he not want to deal with me. If new laws are scaring them then they know I need pain relief just by my appearance & I have never had feeling of compassion-only frowns & hesitation what they are about to say. It seems I am a problem they not wish to address. I had heard a new regulation about some states have limit on how many chronic pain patients a dr. can treat now-is that true?
Chris-Daytona,FL

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CO to FL Says:
 
Karen I have ordered twice and at first I took like 3-6 mgs. ..no relief..then I went up to 12 mgs got a little relief. I was told not to give up find a good vendor find thr strain that works best fir you. I think my tolerance is too high to get really good reliefs. Thank you for posting son more vendors, im gonna try again. This will be my 3rd time. I wonder if I need to increase. I have been prescribed Mscontin for 3 years and percocet and hydrcodone for about 8 years. I'm going to order exactly what you said helps your pain. Thx for posting..still not enough ppl know about kratom and it giving you an option. If you decide you want to lower your dose on meds. I'll stop my rx d meds for 3 days to keep tolerance down but I do believe in its analgesic properties but like I said I need to find my dose and if making a tea? Capsules definitely dont do a damn thing for me. With all said I still haven't found a good quality batch yet. I think one or two may have been half way decent

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Robert Says:
 
A crying shame! Doctors should just forget about taking the oath, because they really do more harm than good. Insurance companies pay them in 15 min blocks for office visits but this should not stop them from taking time to listen to a patient. The next doctor that gets on his/her high horse with me and tries to mismanage my pain will be a little lighter in the wallet and his fancy car will be repossessed. What gives them the right to assume someone is a drug abuser and just pull them of meds suddenly. If my doctor did that I would end up in the emergency room or possibly die at my age.

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BL Says:
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Chris, do you have copies of your medical records from the last Dr that treated your pain in their entirety? That means you haven't removed any pages? What do you mean when you say no Opana ER printout? Or did I misunderstand?

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