Pain Medication Seeking
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Fed up Says:


No one wants to prescribe controlled substances to people on an ongoing basis because it is wrong!! I am a provider and see people all the time who go from practice to practice with stories trying to get narcotics. Patients need to go to drug rehab, find a psychiatrist, do physical therapy, lose weight, and get a job!! This is no way to live and we do not want to jeopardize our licenses feeding into addiction. I have personally been in three serious car accidents (none were my fault) and have had back surgeries, injections, PT etc. but have NEVER taken controlled substances except for two days after surgery. I have chronic back pain but I exercise and take care of myself and go on with my life!! Evidence-based practice tells us that narcotics are no better and pain control than ibuprofen or tylenol long-term. Stop wasting time with stories and antics in attempts to get us to write for controlled substances. Editor's note: we do not verify the credentials of our users and nothing stated is intended as medical advice. Messages published do not reflect the opinion of MedsChat.com or its staff.



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jancat310 Says:

Re: Micheal (# 151)

For the last time, that person is not a doctor!

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Bella Says:
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Re: Lou (# 154)

They want us to suffer and die off. The end.

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Lou Says:
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Re: Bella (# 143)

What is it with drs these days? It's like if you look like a baby boomer or maybe slightest bit radical once upon a time,don't give any proper medication that might help, nothing for anxiety should be compulsory these days!!seems ibapophen is the new wonder med that does nothing except destroy stomach and vital organs ECT ,instead of going forward everything going backwards.

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wayne johnson Says:

Re: Jan (# 152)

This post was posted in May of 2015. As I have posted twice before and post again (for the last time) I believe that the poster from 2015 is an imposter and this post was only put up to stir up this community. I have met ONE Doctor like this (10 years ago) on one occasion so I will not think 100% that the poster is an imposter but I do believe it. This poster, in my mind, is a complete fake. The poster does not sound like a Physician. The poster from 2015 has never replied to anyone which further leads me to believe that it is a fake post. The poster in May of 2015 posted this nonsense just to make people mad and elicit anger from this community. I DO believe this.

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Jan Says:
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I would need to see your credentials. You sound compassionless. I would hate to see my mother suffer after a botched back surgery while you say give her tylenol.

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Micheal Says:
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Lol I wouldn't want this dr,she is obviously pretty delusional, to think that ibprophen solves all pain,because it dont ,I have been on narcotics for 8 years because of my pain and when a dr thinks people dont hurt and refuses to write pain meds,needs to go to McDonalds to serve fries.

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Dee Says:
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Re: jancat310 (# 147)

Thank you for your reply. I'm curious because you said you were going to have to take pain meds for the rest of your life. Did you find something else that would help? I too will have to take them for the rest of my life and everyday is pain and more pain. Let me know! Otherwise, if it's pain meds for you too I feel you. My heart goes out to you and I'm sending a prayer.

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jancat310 Says:

Re: Bella (# 140)

This creepp is not a doctor! We all need to get together and get him kicked out of this form!
I hate the fact that were all in pain! This child is making fun of us,

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Bella Says:
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Re: Thegratefuljerr (# 146)

Lol I was at Woodstock! Just sayin reminds me of the good ole days. There was the Hong Kong flu in 1969 what did the people do they held Woodstock! LSD wow I thought that was extinct! Not for me but that was back in the day then with mescaline. I was more a drinker what a time. Rained like anything too. Geez I remember kids doing uppers downers weed mesc lsd with the flu. EVERYONE SURVIVED BECAUSE THEY TOOK DRUGS. Side note: (This is in no way endorsing to take drugs during corona). It’s a joke trying to cheer y’all up if your my age... feel better.

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jancat310 Says:

Re: Bella (# 143)

I have found doctors will always help, if you really have something really wrong. I hate taking pain meds, but was going to have to for the rest of my life! I won't go into detail, won't bore you. I never cried so hard when surgeons and doctors told me their was nothing else that could be done. Also, that jerk that says he's a doctor is a damn liar, we all know that. Let's get the creep kicked off this form. You can tell it's not even an adult talking, but a child. If anyone needs me to help, drop me a line, I know what real pain is like, live with it 24/7...... please everyone stay safe

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Thegratefuljerr Says:
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Re: EDDY (# 1)

It’s all fake. I’m so happy LSD exists.

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Sandy719 Says:

Re: Sarge216 (# 135)

I hope that you might use “refusal to continue successful treatment plan.” You will win. Also, I suspect a lawyer might be helpful.

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Bella Says:
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Re: Pain survivor (# 142)

I’m so sorry for your pain and what you had to endure. I wished I could help all of us. God Bless.

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Bella Says:
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Re: cliffvettej2 (# 141)

Yes I agree. Just breaks my heart how all must suffer because doctors are afraid of malpractice and/or don’t want to help. Some have seemed very smug to me as well. As if they enjoy saying no. I am a senior and they still say no... I was asked if I wanted 12 per month I said to shove it. Continue to suffer than to say I’ll give you 12 5 mg oxy... what a joke and an insult to my age and illness.

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Pain survivor Says:
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Re: Bella (# 140)

You are absolutely correct, I donated a kidney then I got pregnant and it damaged my remaining kidney I have Ck2 and lupus which im sure you know attacks the kidneys. I can't even touch nsaids. This person like you said is only here to agitate people who are suffering. I unfortunately don't have many options other than the ones im given and they help a lot ! Not everyone is a one size fits all senerio and sadly even tho this person was out of line a lot of people actually feel this way, a lot of the law makers feel this way(until they are in the situation we are). My heart is with each one of you guys in pain.

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cliffvettej2 Says:

Re: Bella (# 140)

I have posted FOR MANY MONTHS now that I thoroughly believed that this person's post was fraudulent and was posted only to agitate and aggravate and this person(?) was NOT a Doctor but posted this post just to stir up the people on the forum.

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Bella Says:
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I find it odd that a doctor could have this much time on his hands to enter a drug forum to try and tell others how awful they are for needing relief from their chronic pain. And to be so nasty about it, therefore I do not believe you to be credible whatsoever. Taking ibuprofen on a regular basis causes kidney problems and you need to keep being tested for that. So what’s so safe about it? Oxycodone and pain pills causes possible addiction and dependence, but it is not necessary that the dependence changes into addiction. Due to medical reasons many people need to take drugs which are necessary for better health and the functioning of their bodies. In closing I would say you are not legitimate but a troll.

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Morgan Says:

What kind of clown are you.what gives you the right to insult people.I think you need psychiatric help. No real dr would give that kind of advice.sounds like you are out of your meds.Get help.

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Sandy719 Says:

You have to be kidding. If not for pain medication, I would never have been able to care for my mother the last two years of her life. Now as my pain worsens with osteoporosis and lumbar and cervical disc degeneration, I’m grateful for those doctors who provide pain medication and shots to help me to continue to live a quality life.

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C Says:
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Re: Pain survivor (# 136)

I've tried to report it as false info maybe if everybody reported it as such they would remove it. No Dr would ever be so absurd. This is someone whose family member became addicted to medication and is delusional. Let's all report that post so they will take it down. We are giving it life with each reply. And it's from 2015! Report report Report. Let's take control. Stay healthy.

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