Unable To Get Prescribed Pain Meds In Tn

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Ryder Says:


I had a wreck in my vehicle and tested positive for alcohol and now I'm unable to get prescribed any narcotics in TN, which I've been on for years, due to the notes from the hospital that treated me. Could I drive to another state and become a PM patient there? Looking for objective answers, not negative comments.



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Snoopy snoop Says:

Go down to the corner and score some, like everyone else that the government forced on people who need them!!

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JosiesMom Says:
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I'm not going to condone this but Snoopy snoop has a point. Apparently, here in SC and almost every other state in the union, has an "Opioid Crisis". True, I believe it is exaggerated by the government, I haven't figured out for whose benefit yet. I was told, by a doctor, that the only way anyone will receive a steady narcotic or opioid prescription, is if they are dying! Literally, in hospice, etc.... My aunt has to go to pain management for Tramadol! It's insane and I believe inhumane. Good luck with whatever you find for pain relief, I've been told physical therapy is good for bone on bone joint pain, for my 84 year old grandfather! I've completely lost faith in the mainstream medical community. All sheeple.

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Ryder Says:

Re: Snoopy snoop (# 1)

No corners where I am, but thanks

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