With New Guidelines My Prescription Is Cut Less Than Half


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In the 80s I lacerated my liver resulting in heavy internal bleeding. I was given a blood transfusion and contracted HEP C and HIV. I now also have spinal stenosis and degenerative disc disease (bone on bone), sciatica, severe pains in my feet and legs, spasms, and I walk w/ a cane from falling.

At P/T I leaned on an inversion table which was straight up an down, my feet whipped over my head, all my weight slammed onto my neck.I already had a herniated disc in my neck, now I can't move. And I also have bulging discs throughout back. (Chronic Pain Syndrome) The pain is disabling, much more so from the HIV. I have an internal doctor basically handling all... HIV MEDS and blood. But they can't prescribe for Chronic Pain Syndrome due to new laws from the NYSCDC in N.Y.

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