Pain Relief

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Pain Relief Overview

An analgesic or painkiller is any member of the group of drugs used to achieve analgesia, relief from pain. Analgesic drugs act in various ways on the peripheral and central nervous systems. They are distinct from anesthetics, which temporarily affect, and in some instances completely eliminate, sensation. Analgesics include paracetamol (known in North America as acetaminophen or simply APAP), the nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) such as the salicylates, and opioid drugs such a...

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Chronic Pain patients must get organized to lobby for their rights.

People with chronic, intractable pain are being discriminated against and it is imperative that we join forces to fight for our civil rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. Please send information on existing associations and organizations that can help or how to establish one that can help pain patients fight for their rights with petitions, letters; emails to send to these state and federal politicians that are determined use prescription drugs, doctors and pharmacies to further their political careers. Drug abuse is not the same as opiate dependent because of chronic pain management and there are over 100 million people living with pain and many of us are unable to live without medication. If the deaths from abuse seems high, the suicides from pain patients that are un...

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Generic Norco m367 10/325

It's no good. I have to take three at a time for 1 hour of pain relief. Anybody else have this problem with M367 - 10/325? Has anyone else noticed that meds from certain manufacturers do not work as well for them? ## Recently went to refill my norco script and they gave me M367 10/325 instead of the yellow 10/325. One of the yellow pills would last 4 hours. With the m367 I have to take 3 at a time for 1 hour of pain relief. Let me know if any of you have encountered the same with M367 10/325. Thank you ## I'm sure there are others that have had similar problems, there can be some slight fluctuations from one generic medication to another, so not all of them work well for everyone that tries them. For example, I can take this same tablet and it really hits me very hard, after tak...

Updated in Norco
norco 10/325 generic

I received my med from a new cheaper pharmacy and wanted to know if I got ripped off I was prescribed norco 10/325 and given a generic pill with watson 853 imprinted on it. Does anyone know if there is such a generic?? It is yellow and oblong HELP ## oblong blue green pill with imprint of SCF found in coat pocket ## you were given legitimate medication my norcos look exactly like that ## To be exact, Watson 853 is Hydrocodone 10mgs and Acetaminophen 325mgs, generic for Norco. ## I cannot find a listing for the one marked SCF. Sounds like something over the counter. ## yes it is 10mg.. i have some in my hand right now! ## I know it's used for pain, but it gives you that bared out feeling/ drunken feeling. It's a commonly abused drug. ## NORCO 10/325 IS Watson-made hydrocodone/apa...

Updated in Hydrocodone
Pill that looks like a 30 mg blue roxicodone but I can't find any information on it!

It's a light blue round pill that is the same size as a 30 mg roxy & it says W | C with the numbers 276 underneath those letters. On the back there is just a line through the middle. I tried it but it did not taste like oxy at all, it had some sort of sweetness to the drip, it was an unfamiliar taste so I am really curious as to what this pill is, it's driving me crazy! Please let me know if you have any info on this. :) ## I'm sorry, but so far, I've not been able to find anything that matches this description. However, I'll keep looking and post back, when I have information for you. Does anyone else recognize this tablet? ## Hydroxyzine Hydrochloride used for anxiety. It is 25mg and can also be imprinted on a white pill with ig276 ## I am prescribed 30 mg oxyc...

Updated in Roxicodone
Neuropathy on my feet

I'm diabetic. Neuropathy is a big problem with my feet specially at night. I was taking lyrica, I call it a miracle pill for me. The only huge problem with Lyrica was gained so much weight but only in my stomach. I was so happy with Lyrica that never payed attention. Till one day my nephew asked me if I was pregnant. Stopped the meds and tried everything else but nothing works. ## I've been taking Lyrica or (Gabapentin) 300mg 3-4 daily for 5 yrs now and I do notice I do eat more, especially if suboxone is added to the mix. I occasionally take suboxone, maybe once a month for 5-7days to break up the pain meds I take, or if I simply run out. Anyways, yes, it all goes to my stomach. Also, maybe more people will post saying the same thing as I'm sure it's a side effect, but ...

Updated in Lyrica
Yellow oval pill with T194 on one side

Is this T 194 yellow pill a new Percocet? Is it regular release? My pharmacy switched from the A333 version. ## An oblong/oval yellow pill marked with T 194 on one side and blank on the other is an immediate release 10/325mg Oxycodone HCL + Acetaminophen tablet (generic for Percocet, NDC 31722-0194). I don't know how new it is (I think it was approved some time around April 2017 per the NDC page), but the manufacturer is Camber Pharmaceuticals. Inactive Ingredients: - Silicon Dioxide - Crospovidone - Microcrystalline Cellulose - Croscarmellose Sodium - Povidone - Starch, Pregelatinized Corn - Stearic Acid - D&C Yellow No. 10 I hope this helps! ## Thank you David. I appreciate the time and compassion it takes to reply and help others. ## Ive been on Oxycodone 10/325 for 2 yrs. I...

Updated in Percocet
help others in getting their pain medications go to care2petitionsite and sign demand that chronic suffers get medication now

Here it is, your sincere effort to help us all get back our right to having our pain medications now!! sign this petition to get action and be a part in changing the DEA'a plan that is surely not working. Give us back our lives, Let the junkies overdose is they so choose to. Go to "Care2petitionsite" now sign the petition on "demand that chronic pain sufferers get their medication now, by valerie. I thank you for your support. Feel free to share it because the more signatures that we get the sooner we can make this a reality. ## Valerie - you are who I was looking for as I just put something similar on the discussion table under Chronic Pain patients organizing to fight for the civil rights. I am ready to sign, protest, fight and help in any way I can - Colorado is getti...

Updated in Methadone
Pregabalin And Mecobalamin Capsules

Side effects and duration for taking it for frozen shoulder redo, etc ## Will this help me with my muscular pains? My left hand is in severe pain and so is my upper back, thigh of left leg and hip on rt side. Thanks. ## Pregabalin is an anticonvulsant that's also been shown to be effective at treating certain types of nerve pain. It's side effects may include: nausea, dizziness, drowsiness and weight changes. Learn more Pregabalin details here. Methylcobalamin is a form of vitamin B12, it is also believed to help with some types of nerve pain. Learn more Methylcobalamin details here. As to how long you should take it, that is something that only you and your doctor can decide. Have you tried it yet? Is it working for you? Pinks, I am not sure what the name brand would be, where ...

Updated in Pregabalin
Doriden/glutethimide availability

Does anyone know where one could obtain glutethimide or it's brand name Doriden (CIBA Company)? Am in Canada where Doriden was discontinued in late 1980s and I was told Doriden discontinue was international. Perhaps there is now a generic form containing glutethimide available now as I would assume CIBA trademark rights would have by now expired. As the benzodiazapine replacement meds for Doriden are more addictive and dangerous (especially if mixing with alcohol & other drugs) it sure would be great to be able to go back to Doriden or glutethimide which were more effective and safer. A shame that the public was switched over to benzodiazipines (i.e. lorazapam, diazapam) when a better/safer product was available all in the name of profits and economics. Any help out there is mos...

Updated in Codeine
Dismissed by primary doctor

In December I was in the hospital for 7 days for lung issues. I also have a lot of other issues with my back and kidneys. I my primary doctor has had me on noco for several years and sometimes when the pain is bad she gives me oxcodone to take in between for break though pain. In the end of December I had lipotripsy. The stone didn't break enough and I was in a great amount of pain so kidney doctor went ahead and done another lipotripsy 3 weeks earlier then he would have liked to. That was at the end of January. They put you to sleep to do this so you are totally out of it for most of the day. Kidney doctor gave my husband several Rx to fill on the way home. One was for oxycodone. I had no idea of this until I went to my primary doctor about 3 weeks later and thought nothing about t...

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