Pain Dr In Knoxville Or Crossville, Tenn That Use Oxycodone

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Trina Says:

I just relocated and have been on oxycodone for over 15 years with no issues. Just want to continue on this as it's worked with no side effects. Already had the epidural, trigger shots, tens unit, etc routes. Management is what I am looking for and an understanding Dr. Thank you.

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Kaydollasign Says:

Hasn't your doctor given you any names of doctors in your new city? My guess is you'll be S.O.L. Doctors are all scared to death of the DEA. The CDC puts a notice out for recommendations on what the limit should be per day... these are recommendations, not laws! Doctors need to stand up for their positions and now cower down to what the government tells them to do because a bunch of people abuse drugs it doesn't mean everyone does.

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VerFree Says:

There is no way to guarantee that any doctor will prescribe any given medication. The best thing to do is to set yourself up with a new doctor, without asking them to prescribe anything specific ahead of time, then make sure they get a full copy of your current medical records and discuss your prescriptions with them at your in-person appointment. If you ask over the phone, in advance, most doctors will view that as being drug seeking behavior.

Oxycodone generally worries most doctors, since it has such a high risk of being habit forming, and is so commonly abused.

Many doctors are more understanding, when they can see what has and what hasn't worked for you, as documented by other medical professionals.

Have you been seeing a pain management specialist, or just a general practitioner?

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