Strongest Pain Killer

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Peter Leclair Says:


The strongest pain killer in pill form is the OXYCONTIN 80mg or the morphine sulphate 150mg.It sounds like you are in agony May i suggest that if you are taking up to ten percs a day then you should be careful and your doctor is not doing you any good bye prescribing this will destroy your liver.I don't know how much pain you get from Lyme disease but I am on fentanyl 150mcg every 2 days I have been on the patch for near ten years.Before that it was perks,Oxycontin 80mg two tabs three times a day and i became so addixcted i walked into a hospital and the doctor saved my life I have not taken any pain killers pill form in over 5years no lies.I am much much healthier but my pain is daily I already have had spinal surgery and more will be needed sometime in the future.I can tell you if you are a permanent pain person get away from those pills cause u will be swallowing 15 maybe twenty a day and the Acetaminophen is the damaging drug.Good luck to you and GOD BLESS



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David Says:

Hi Peter,

Not sure whether or not you were attempting to respond to someone else in another discussion thread, (judging from your wording). None the less, I completely agree that many of these pain medications need to be taken very carefully because of how damaging they can be on your liver and other bodily functions over time.

Although Acetaminophen has taken the spotlight in the media for liver damage, I get the sense that all opioid drugs put you at much greater risk due to their sheer potency and pharmacology. In my opinion, if drug manufacturers had more long terms clinical trials on narcotics, they'd lose a lot of money on patients who would have to significantly lower their dosages to fit those new safety guidelines (much in the same way as Acetaminophen).

Then again, I find it rather difficult to put my trust in an industry that is so money hungry and could care less about everyone's well-being. Without creating new customers they wouldn't stay in business. "A new study shows, we can get you to believe anything we say, as long as we start off by saying 'a new study shows....at the beginning of our sentence". - A funny/sad but true excerpt I came across online.

I suppose the real question is, can you really trust that the clinical trials of meds are what the FDA says they are? Especially when they approve medications that have "sudden death" as a side effect (i.e. accutane) and shrug it off like it's no big deal? I'd like to hear some thoughts and opinions on that (with regards to pain killers) if anyone has some input.

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Brenda Says:
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Get you some good quality marijuana, and get behind the movement, those drugs will kill you. GOD gave us natural things to heal us.. it is safe for anyone to use!

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