Is There A Representative For All Chronic Pain Patients (Page 4)

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Christine Says:


Is there a rep. for the ppl. who were controlled on 3 OxyContin OC a day, who now suffer and have proved the new OPs DON'T WORK? NO MATTER WHAT PURDUE OR FDA SAY? We need a rep. for us chronic pain patients, who were controlled and NOW SUFFER & CAN'T DO MORE THAN LAY IN BED CRYING.



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Re: PAM (# 7)

How are you doing now Pam? What have you been doing? Meds ect., In or out of the chair?

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Aguywhocaresaboutothers38 Says:
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Re: methadonehater (# 60)

You all need to really get on the kratom train and end all these bad opiates once and for all. Benzodiazepines are also hit and same with Adderall. They don’t want us better they want us suicidal or in too much pain. Brace yourself pharma is just one agenda! Next 5G mobile towers at every corner. Bad water. Unclean air. Cutting corners on organic foods. You really want to start getting as 'medsless' as possible or when s*** hits the roof we’re all as good as dead. I told my dr so many things and he’s retiring so is his nurse. I was hoping to hear in tripping but I’m not pharma is part of agenda 21.

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Etech Says:

In response to Christine's post from Fri, Mar 09 '12, 9:04 PM:

This chat is a little outdated but I just received an email from MedsChat about providing feedback to Christina's chat. Also they indicated that I have not been active for a good while and I guess they wanted to hear from me.

Hello Cristina, I know how you feel because without good pain meds, that is exactly what I do is lie in bed. I have many physical pain issues that have turned into psychological issues as well. Getting a doctor who will prescribe decent pain meds is a pain issue in itself because many doctors will not write and you have just wasted your time and money trying and who knows how many more times you will have to do this until you find a good doctor. I will tell you that I went through hell trying to get one after I had a good doctor but what happened was a delema. I lost that good doc because I was pulled over by an over zealous big in stature state trooper woman who wanted to make a name for herself. She pulled me over for a DWI after following me for at the VERY LEAST 5 miles and a mile off of the exit to try to make her quit following me. The video ONLY showed my field test (monkey see monkey do) where my lawyer and mother observed it and was convinced I was not impaired. The video did not show the 5 miles she followed me as she would AND should have pulled me over much sooner if I was so called impaired and driving so terrible. The main problem was I had just left the doctor's office with my meds but had not taken them during driving. I ended up having to plea to a reckless driving and a psychological evaluation where I had to enroll in an alcohol and drug course. This course discouraged the use of narcotics so I had to get a form signed by my doctor stating that I could use them during the course. Of course that put the doctor in a compromising position when he was then before prescribing 180 mg. of morphine and had to reduce me to Nucynta that isn't worth a ****. And my narcotic meds were NOT confiscated when the cop pulled me over. Even the local cop said I was not "loaded" when I asked him something as he was sitting behind the desk after the trooper arrested me.. Anyway, I had to take a plea to reckless driving. But the DWI arrest remains on your arrest record and when cops run your plates they see that and harass you. After that it took me about 3 years to find another doc that would write good meds.

Now I am hesitant to go back to the new doc that writes because of a weird thing that happened during a simple procedure that he has performed many times already. This particular time it was the same type of simple procedure where they put me out with anesthesia and inj. me with a nerve blocker as many times before.The difference this time was when I woke up in the recovery room it was like I had pneumonia symptoms.with so much fluid in my lungs that I could hardly breath. All the nurses told me to cough but that did not do any good and then discharged me.. I didn't go to the hospital because I have COPD and Asthma meds at home and don't think the hospital would have done much better. So usually, my anesthetics wear off before I am discharged from the procedure but this time it felt like it lasted hours and felt woozy even after I got home. Come to find out later on that day, I had 102 degree fever. This seemed suspicious when I felt very fine and healthy before the procedure that only took from a half to 1 hour...then right after that, feeling like I had pneumonia? So I don't know if I want to go back. What do you think? Do you think I am overreacting? Would you go back to him?

So to get to the issue of having a leader for a pain campaign, I totally agree with you on that issue. I have to say that previously, maybe between a year and year and a half there was a petition that was being passed around and if I remember correctly, I got help from this website. I remember a congress woman that had to lie down every half hour because of her back pain. I don't remember her name but I will try to find out for you. I'm not sure it was her petition or it may have been one of her proponents but maybe we can google it and find out. Or if maybe if MEDSCHAT has it in their archives, we could ask them if they might be able to find it and if they did, we would appreciate it very much if they would mention it on their site to us.

Well Christina, you are right that we need a rep to speak for the people who really need good meds for our pain. These people who are trying to ban them have got no idea how much suffering we are having and it is all in their hands and it does not matter to them because they are not in our situation. All they see is the big OD WHICH WILL HAPPEN NO MATTER WHAT. I just don't believe that the doctors or prescription narcotics are the leading problem of overdoses. THIS IS PROPAGANDA. We all know that mostly all of the OD's come from STREET DRUGS. Why are the doctors and pharmacies being accused? BECAUSE THE DEA CANNOT STOP THE STREET DRUG FLOW. So the only thing they can control is the FDA, doctors and pharmacies so why not blame them for this is their PATSY. C'mon people, smell the coffee. As long as there is a market demand for illegal drugs, there will always be that Pablo Escabar, Griselda Blanco or El Chapo to fill their shoes when they are gone. Prohibition proved that the war on alcohol was lost a long time ago and drugs are no different. If drugs were an issue back then, do you think prohibition would still be around? Even now, many states are considering legalizing marijuana and in Colorado it is a state statute that allows people to smoke it as a pleasure. So Christine, even though there have been petitions but these must keep going so it does not die out and the wrong people will prevail. Also, I wish you well feelings and hope you can find your meds that will give you relief...Good luck.

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Etech Says:

I wish that this website would collect all of the suffering people and collect all of these posts and submit or present them to all these opponents that don't have a clue what they are fighting. Most of the pain sufferers know what the real problem is and ignore this propaganda we are fed by the either the CDC, Feds, DEA and so forth. Don't be led that most of the OD's are prescribed medicine. That is just BS to divert the real problem we have called illegal drugs and drug lords who they can't touch with any effectiveness. So blame it on the prescribed pills. PLEASE DON'T BUY THIS CRAP!

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Aguywhocaresaboutothers38 Says:
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Re: Etech (# 63)

I keep saying the issue is they’ve changed the design of opiates, they eventually cause adverse reactions and more pain, yet when you take another pill the pain goes away so you never catch that it’s the pill causing more pain. Stay away from Purdue pharma’s new name Rhodes Pharma. The design in generic opiates have completely changed!!! Maybe not everyone has caught it but that’s why unless your dying of cancer forget it. Look at the huge increase of reported adverse reactions since 2014! To now!

And that’s all cvs gave me was the worst one and of course they do it to ya when you have other meds on your list so you don’t know which meds are doing which! Now it’s happening with Dava pharma’s Xanax. I swear and on top of that I live in rental assistance next. To a bombardment of 4-5G mobile towers, digital meters, and a bombardment of high levels of WiFi! And the meds work like an antenna to this technology it’s insane but this is gonna have people getting a variety of a new set of problems! Heart attacks and blood pressure etc it’s really bad my dog just died and my neighbor just got carried out for a heart attack and I’m in not position financially to move. And my dr is retiring so I’m losing my meds as I’m still having adverse reactions and weaning off.

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Aguywhocaresaboutothers38 Says:
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Re: Anjali (# 15)

It’s when medicaid kicked in you guys we don’t pick our leaders so it doesn’t matter . The Rothschilds who own our banking system are who run the show. Yes it got worse with medicaid 100% because the plan was to bombard the system and have retired disabled and elderly folks bumped off . All the generics are changing for the worse under Obama and trump but it’s all an agenda it doesn’t matter who’s in office sadly we really don’t decide our leaders. It’s all an illusion but yes things went south big time since medicaid and now it’s gotten way worse

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