Doctors Prescribing Pain Meds Oakland County Mi

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Anise Says:
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Hello! If anyone can help I would be so thankful! My husband is looking for a doctor that will prescribe pain meds for his back pain. I must explain that he is only looking for something to get him through while going through physical therapy. He does not like taking pills and his ultimate goal is to recover through PT and be med free. His doctor gave him tramadol and it works on his better days, but it is the days the pain flares that he is in need of something stronger. He tried several different non opiate meds that she prescribed but none have worked. The doctor just refuses to give even a small script for the days that are unbearable. She is against the addictive stuff and that is understandable, but this situation is life altering and quite miserable! We live in Waterford and have medicaid for insurance. We greatly appreciate any input!



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Martha Says:
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You might ask her about prescribing gabapentim (Neurontin) in addition to the tramadol. It is a anti-seizure med that works for nerve pain. Using it in combination w tramadol has been very effective for many with the type of pain you describe. It can cause sleepiness and some milder cognitive side effects so be aware of those.

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Linda Says:

need name of doctors who will prescribe tramadol in wayne county MI.

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Jenny Says:
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Good answer! Tramadol and neurontin have been very effective for my pain. It depends on the mg that you take whether or not you get the drowsiness. The higher the mg the less drowsy for me anyway.

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M Says:
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Any luck with this? I am in search for same. Also in the same area. Any help appreciated!!


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