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King of the 601 Slavs Says:
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I had the same problem I was in a near fatal car accident broke every bone that could be broken in my face require plastic surgery bulging disc and spinal canal stenosis my doctor will not write me any kind of pain medication or Controlled Substances until I turn 28

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King of the 601 Slavs Says:
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Yeah if you ask meYou sound like a judgemental c***

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King of the 601 Slavs Says:
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sounds like you don't know what pain is I was in a near fatal car accident broke every bone in my face had to have plastic surgery I only have one bulging this sometimes I can't even get out of bed they want to do surgery but I'm not going that route people who have no empathy need to piss off and remember what goes up must come down

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King of the 601 Slavs Says:
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I agree with you what the hell's up with the crude comment. I was in a near fatal car accident. I broke all the bones in my face that could be broken.plastic surgery was required I have only one bulging disc in my back and spinal canal stenosis sometimes I can't even get out of the bed. People with crude comments like that needs to just piss off they've never experience real pain but what goes up must come down.

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NrsDystonia Says:
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Which is close to impossible to get out of a hospital! Even from my Neuro after a second posterior fusion on my C3 to C-7. They even cut me down from Norco 7.5 to 5's. And than off completely.

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Pills Pills Pills Says:
 
I had Major back surgery 2 years ago..I have 2 rods about 2 feet long and 34 screws in my back. I take a lot of medication. Norco 10-325. I also take Methocarbam 750 mg 3 times a day. I also takeGapapentin 300mg 3 times a day for nerve endings. And other drugs for various things. I am afraid all of this is going to kill me.

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DJ Says:
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Methocarbamol (750 mg) is a skeletal muscle relaxer, and as such has CNS depressing effects, however has a mere 25% abuse potential when compared to equivalent dosage of carisoprodol, (Soma). It is not a narcotic analgesic, and typically is the first-line relaxant explored when given to alleviate spasms of the back.

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Davo Says:
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Norco is 325/10 . I.E. 325mg acetaminophen / 10mg hodrocodone . There is no such thing as a 1000mg Norco .

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Lady D Says:
 
I agree with you 100%. I've been on Vicodin for years and have build up such a tolerance to them that they NO longer work for me. I suffer from fibromyalgia, arthritis, and determining disc and nerve damage in my back since 1999 car crash. I beg my pain doctor for stronger pain medication but he refuses. Some days the pain is so bad I cry all day long, other times I just work thru it. But if people are selling etc their pain medication how can I get any help for my health? I wish the doctors would evaluate each of their policies and notice those people who have full medical files showing an honest need for pain medication and those who are honestly not sick and take their medicine away.

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thepenguin Says:
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I have a long white pill on one side says west-ward292

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Randy Says:
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Really you all need to get real guys

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Boston Says:
 
750 mg not 7.50.. I only take half because I sedom need one and I am not very big.

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Lluvia33 Says:
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Is that stronger then Norco. Norco doesn't work for me anymore. But dr refuse to give me something stronger.

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B416 Says:
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Norcos, vicodin and roxi's should only be used for severe pain. I have migraines and usually i usually stick with norcos/hydrocodine since they have the pain relief and help me sleep it off- just remember that all of them can be addictive if used regularly... methocarbamol is very good for muscle spasms and syatica pain

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gimmeabreak 89 : I agree with you a100% for 30 years I have D.G.D. in L3, L4, L5 & S1 between everybody getting hi and have the DEA in an uproar it at time is hard to get the meds I need to just walk !! I refuse to hit the Methadone !! Good for pain but try to get off them. I am starting to think the DEA does not give a F about anybody. MD's are running scared. Most of them. A friend of mine PCP got arrested right in his office. Go figure. Sorry for all the true pain folks. Thanks again 89

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Ashley Says:
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They don't always give to those who need it. I have moderate scoliosis and a pinched nerve along with unexplained severe stomach and intestinal pains. I can't even get tylenol 3 and before any one assumes, it's not because I have a drug problem like most who cannot be prescribed narcotics.

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john Says:
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Can it be used for withdrawal of opiate

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Nate Says:
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Hell some people like a good buzz man and not everybody likes to get drunk ya know?

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ohreallynow Says:
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save scripts? im pretty sure they will continue to write as many scripts as they are paid too, no shortages in that department.

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GreatDeal Says:
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Right on big daddy ;-)


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