Need Help Finding Doctor To Prescribe Either Oxycodone Vicodin Or Methadone 10mg For My Chronic Pain (Page 3)
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CeeCee Says:
 
I have been suffering from chronic pain for 7 years and have always been on and off pain meds from tylenol 3 to 90mg methadone at the worst of any ever taken. I decided to dose down & get off of methadone as I did not care for the "clinic" enviroment per say as I was using more for pain then for addicition. I found a dr that prescribed me the pain meds for breakthrough pain and the pill form of methadone 10mg was what I chose but now he is gone as he lost his license which sucks for me because NO ONE will give me anything, not even the methadone unless I go back to the stupid clinc and I so don't want that... DOES ANYONE KNOW OF A DR. that would prescribe anything or just something to get me through life with less pain? I am in the twin cities of Minnesota and I will drive if need be.

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Debi Says:
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You're going to be traveling every where. I'm 63 yrs old, not an addict like everyone thinks (Drs). I have been to three and my PCM gave me a referral, and a med Appt. in April. The pain clinic said that it was the PCM responsible for giving me my meds till my Appt. What happened will floor you. Was suppose to get meds on Friday last, and left the office for the weekend. Leaving me without my meds. It costs me over $2000 to fly to where we moved from to get the meds I have been on for 12 years and yet, being I left him, he saw me and covered me for 15 days. Thinking I would have a Appt. with someone else. I don't think it's fair, people who live in bad pain, in many places are being targeted and no one in the medical field will help us. Insurance gets you nothing. So they are pretty much killing people by running out of meds. Definitely a death in the person that goes cold turkey, and it was a Dr that got me started on them in the first place. We need to rally, bcuz Dr's are refusing to help us. There will be a legal suit when someone dies bcuz they are denied meds. Opiates is not the only med for pain. They don't even help you with that. And that's unconstrained to the max. Dr's took an oath, and obviously don't remember. They are fine giving for surgery, but that's it. Not right at all. Still looking.

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BL Says:
 
Cornfed, Tramadol is a Schedule IV in Nebraska. See pages 14 & 15 at the link below:

dhhs.ne.gov/publichealth/documents/pharmacy.pdf

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roseredm Says:
 
Found a new doc for my husband. It's not a pain clinic. But one single doctor, a young guy, by himself. He specializes in back pain and upped my husbands pain meds which the previous pain clinic would not. They (pain clinic) said the recommendations tied their hands. blah blah blah.

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Cornfed Says:
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Tramadol here in Nebraska is a narcotic now. And I know a 19yr old that literly goes through withdrawls from it. I'm at a methadone clinic on 120mgs. But he says tramadol gives him a speedy better high than the oxies or anything higher. He always asking for tramadol instedt of something "BETTER" unlike me..lol.

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Roxy Says:
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Did you figure it out. Im from texas and have bad back pain and cant find an insurance holder here

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BL Says:
 
BLKNOWSALLlol, you can look it up on the DEA website. That is my source of information for Tramadol.

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BLKNOWSALLlol Says:
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Folks

Newsflash BL has spoken which means precidence and the accumalated knowledge base for any information not known by BL must be invalid and erroneous. If he is so on target kindly post the source of your accumalated wealth of knowledge . We Anxiously awaiting your source documentation kindly enlighten us.



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Zedster2k17 Says:
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BL,

In the spirit of disclosure and accuracy I have posted a reference regarding the national restrictions. If you possess documentation to the contrary, kindly post so others can be enlightened. Certain regional (state by state) have the option to restrict oral and refill privileges. Perhaps your state is one that chooses to do so BUT THEY ARE NOT LEGALY Prohibited from doing so. Kindly enthrall us with your acumen if your knowledge base suspect cedes federal law. For those interested in viewing my source it can be viewed at the following.

Source - "New Restrictions on Painkillers: Tramadol and Hydrocodone", Prohealth.com. Web. 28 September 2014

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BL Says:
 
Zedster2k17, a written prescription is required for Tramadol. There is a limit of 5 refills per prescription.

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Zedster2k17 Says:
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Joei

Although your description of tramadol is correct It is classified as a schedule lV Narcotic,Under the controled dangerous substance act,according to the DEA. At one time this unique analgesic was not a federally controled drug.A written prescription is not required but MANY claim they can only be filled with a valid hard copy, NOT TRUE that's not to say it can be filled without limitations.

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Jasmine Says:
 
My doctor will prescribe pain meds but even with a prescription Walgreens is now tightening up and even refusing to give me Soma ( Generic )
What angers me is the main office automatically called in my refill and my Doctor approved it but the pharmacists said I had to wait four more days. Why did they call it in and then make me feel like a jerk. Now Soma is a bad drug too. They say it is scheduled. I am not a new customer and they know my issues. My old prescription was filled on December 28. I must wait till |January 31. I am prescribed 90 a month.

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Roseredm Says:
 
Did you find a doctor in Phx? My husband needs to supplement for his chronic pain. The pain clinics are a complete joke! They even overrode his prescription that he was supposed to fill after surgery! Any referral would help.

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joei Says:
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Tramadol is a analgesic. Works perfect for my left eye pain. Not for Lupus or siatica lower back and down the leg pain. Tramadol has been added to the class of meds that need pain mngmt scripts.

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BL Says:
 
Terbear, Tramadol is a Schedule IV in Florida. It is Not a Schedule II like Morphine, Hydrocodone, Oxycodone, etc.

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Teekay Says:
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Can i also have the name of your doctor please? I suffer from chronic pain that's not in my back so most pain managements won't help me.

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BL Says:
 
Karl, it is recommended, not mandated. Many primary doctors are referring patients, though.

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Terbear Says:
 
Tramadol is now considered a narcotic drug! You have to take a physical prescription to your pharmacy... anyway in Tampa and St. Petersburg, FL.

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Paul Says:
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Not trying to bring anyone down but starting two days ago the guidelines for prescribing opiates have changed. Most, if not all pain doctors will only prescribe the equivalent of 100mg of morphine a day which is nothing to chronic pain patients who have been taking much higher doses for many many years. I am in this position and ended up on a methadone program. It has taken away most of my pain and there are no highs and lows with it. I am not recommending it for anyone, just letting you know what worked for me.

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Jessica Says:
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Can u suggest any pain management doctors in Baltimore maryland

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Susan hiltons Says:
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Does anyone who will prescribe narcotics I'm in Charlotte no my primary stopped prescribing I'm in slit of pain I have diabetes very bad even had 3 toes removed the bottom of my legs r black. My current pain doc has me in pâté he's not helping at all . I had been in Percocet for years but these pain clinic emit per scribe them any ideas????

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