Pain Med Laws


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Annette Says:
I was attacked in 2011 before that I had to have multiple surgeries life saving surgeries. I was almost a qurdopalegic I have had two major surgeries and now I am getting ready to have my 20 th suefwey a hip replacement. I have already had my right hip replaced now it is my left hip . I have had epidurals for my pain. It did not help ! I am in constant pain 24/7 level 10 ! These new laws that limit people like me keeping us away from our pain medication is criminal! These laws need to be changed . People who have abused them , people like me can not be judged for other people's mistakes . After my hip replacement they are going to put a pain blocker in my spine . I chose that instead of having to have to take pain mess for the rest of ,my life . These laws need to change ! People like me who are in constant chronic pain do not need to treated like this . I can not function with out my pain mess . If I don't have them I am screaming crying in aganizing pain ! Before I was attacked I ran every day played tennis was very active now I don't have a life ! With out my pain medication I am nothing . I have never abused my pain mess but I should not be treated the way I have been treated by these stupid laws ! People like me we need our pain medication it is the only thing that keeps us going .

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