Need A Doctor To Increase My Pain Meds Because Pcp Is Afraid Of Dea Near Florenece Or Columbia, Sc

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Hurting for a good doc Says:


I have had over 20 procedures to reconstruct my urinary tract due to bladder mesh erosion. i self cath thru my belly button stoma and my entire spine has either herniated and bulging discs or fused discs and I am in EXCRUCIATING PAIN. My abdomen is the worst tho. I have a "bladder" made from resected bowel, colon and my appendix and I have "knives" and "hot pokers" in my belly 24/7. I need something stronger than a 10 mg oxycodone 4 times a day. My PCP won't do any more because of DEA. He referred me to pain management and they sent note to add a duragesic patch to my treatment plan. PCP refused. WHAT CAN I DO? I'm not a seeker, and don't do recreational drugs. Anyone know of a doc that would help????



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Verwon Says:

Your PCP is severely restricted on what they can prescribe and how much, that's why they wanted you to go to a pain management specialist, where you could be prescribed additional medications. There were new regulations put in place last year regarding this and if a doctor doesn't abide by them, they risk losing their license to practice.

Have you actually tried going to an appointment with a pain specialist?

This is a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation.

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