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Pain Management Nassau County New York
I have had 4 nerve blocks, trigger point injections, and allergic reaction to suboxone and fentalyn for three herniated discs lower back. I had to go back to oxycontin. My doctor has stopped taking workers' comp and I can't find another pain management doctor that will prescribe meds. I have been told that an operation cannot guarantee being pain free, and may make me worse, which I can't imagine living with. My life is consumed with living with this, and the government should stay out of the doctor patient relationship or question it for people who do not use drugs recreationally or abuse them. Government is scaring doctors away from treating the people who desperately need them. Does anyone know a pain management doctor in Nassau County, South Shore near Oceanside? Thanks ... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Suboxone.
Fri, Oct 21 '11, 11:49 AM   2  Subscribe to thread 223656
Oxycontin
Does anyone have the problem of after about 10 years oxy dont really work anymore? My Son has been on 40's for that long after a severe car accident he broke his back and neck, but they just don't really take the pain away anymore, please help if possibile, is there something else that would work better he just is in pain all day everyday and I hate to see him like this. Thank you very much. ## Tell your son that he should try fentaly patches (not sure of spelling. Sounds like this(Fen tin all). My mother was on them for a long time almost 7 years. They are highly additive so tell him to be carefull ## They also make the oxtcontin in 60 80 120 and 160mg pills to maybe that will work for him. Good luck being in pain sucks i know. ## Oxycontin is no longer available in the 160mg t... ...
Updated 4 months ago in OxyContin.
Sat, Nov 23 '13, 11:34 PM   18  Subscribe to thread 187549


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