I Currently Have Chronic Back Pain

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The Trooper Says:


Hi, I am a 41 year old male suffering from Lumbar Spinal Stenosis, Degenerative Disc Disease and a Bulging Disc in my lower back. My pain is constant with little or no relief. My pain management doctor has me on Hydromorph Contin 12mg twice a day and Percocet 5/325mg for breakthrough pain.

My question is what can I ask him to prescribe me for better pain relief. My pain got so bad about a week before Christmas I resorted to using a push pin, the type for hanging posters on the wall to scratch my arm to defer my pain from my back. I called his office and talked to his nurse to tell her how bad my pain was getting. I broke down crying on the phone, my pain was a 9 out of 10 for that previous week. Usually my pain is a constant 6 out of 10.



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Verwon Says:

Have you tried something such as straight Oxycodone, or the time released version Oxycontin?

Learn more Oxycontin details here.

You can get it in higher doses than what's in the Percocet, so it may help you more. It may be worth asking about, anyway.



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thetrooper Says:

I am seeing a pain management doctor. He has given me two epidurals in my lower back. I am seeing him on Jan.15 for another epidural. I am going to ask him what else I can take besides percocets.

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Anish Gupta Says:

Dear Mr.Trooper,

Hi Myself Anish Gupta.As you are sufferring from Chronic Back Pain.I have a Simple Indian remedy for you.in which you don't have to take any kind of medicine.It's just a simple kind of Exercise.And i assure your pain will vanish within a week.if you wish i can tell you the Exercise.Mail me and confirm.

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Alaskagal Says:
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Re: Anish Gupta (# 3)

How can I get the exercise you mention for pain relief?

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