Find Pain Doctor Who Will Prescribe Opiates For Chronic Pain

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patty Says:


I have been taking ten mill hydrocodone 4 times a day for the past 20 yrs now I have chronic pain with a torn liberal and they make me go off on without pain meds because I took a Percocet I had from along time ago. I am 65 and not a addict I need pain for my back that they couldn't even operate on. I need help to function. Can you help me? I live in brownsburg indiana.



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Tonya Says:
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Hi. I have a degenerating disc disease in my back and neck. I also had 2 Rotator Cuff surgeries this year that was no good and tore my bicep muscle. I also have fibromyalgia, IBS, was on pain medication and doctors took it away. Now I'm looking for a pain management doctor that prescribes any pain medications. I am allergic to morphine and can take hydromorphone. Can you help? Please let me know.

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mama Says:

Need to find a caring physician in Toledo Ohio or close that will prescribe pain medicine for people in pain. I'll even go up into Michigan. What is the medicine for if it can't be used? Because a few people abuse the prescription drugs everyone should continue to suffer? It's outrageous. If this is the case why is Alcohol still available to us? How many people abuse alcohol? I need a real dr. That isn't afraid to treat their patients or a recipe for hydromorphone. Someone please help me.

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Charmaine Says:

I have chrons disease ulcers, arthritis in two knees, i had a replacement in my right knee and now i have to get a left one because i have arthritis and osteporosis in them i am really limited into being confined and sitting in my home cause of my illnesses i also have depression and anixiety which doesnot help out either. I have two children a husband and i am missing out on alot of life activities because im always laying on couch, i also cant go out to eat if i know i have to do something that day i will not eat or drink all day till i get home so my stomach gives me no problems, i have had and iliostomy and ulcer medicine and didnt have any luck i had alot of problems from them both, i am stuck in my house cause i am ambarresed and and have aklot of pain and issues.. please help me and offer me some pain medicine toget through the life i want to live please help me with medicine

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Wendy Says:

I am 64 years old. I was taking Tramadol and hydrocodone. I go into my doctor one day and she says she can't give me my meds anymore, takes me flat off of them and the doctor is scared of loosing her job. I ended up in the emergency room with all kinds of problems because i was taken off without being told in advance. I have had fibromyalga since i was 35 years old, i could not do my job, i was in some kind of awful pain, weak, so tired. I hurt all over. I went threw all kinds of tests and therapy, but nothing helped me. When she gave me my meds i was thrilled, i could face the day and take care of my life. I never abused my meds cause i did not want them taken away from me, but they were over no fault of mine. I am 64 now and have taken pain meds since i was 35. I always had blood tests done to check my liver. There as of yet has not been any problem with my health. People that really need them should be able to get them. At my age i dont want to become a couch potato, but you know what, i am not moving a lot, and have trouble getting things done because i hurt.

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Chris Says:

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Hey, wishing all you guys good luck here! Is anyone going to answer the questions or do they get answered privately? I wish not to bore anybody with details about the facts. I only know this is a horrible situation and I need a dr badly now. I am in Va beach willing to travel to Richmond! I need one so badly. I am self-paying cash. The ones out here demand Insurance...Please Help. Thanks. God Bless!

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Bonnie Baker Says:
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The government is getting rid of pain medication. The only sick people who will get it is person's with terminal illness and post surgery and that's only temporarily. I was surprised when my nurse said they no longer carry Demerol in hospitals. A lot of patients with chronic pain are being prescribed Motrin which may not be addicting but also causes liver damage and kidney failure. The DEA eliminating prescribed painkillers and coming down hard on doctors and pharmacies are affecting the health of people who are in dire need of it for legitimate medical purposes. Since the government has called it an extreme epidemic mainly because teens have been stealing them from their parents' medicine cabinet, abusing them and dying from overdoses it's affecting thousands upon thousands of people who take them responsibly. The government is basically saying damn the sick, elderly and disabled who can't have a normal life because of chronic pain and suffering day by day from debilitating illnesses. This isn't a good idea to me because the people who truly need them are weaned off or cut off completely. And to me it makes no sense when you have the sick pouring into sketchy neighborhoods substituting painkillers for heroin.

This is extremely dangerous because you don't know what street heroin contains. I doubt very seriously that these kids are overdosing on the pain pills but rather homegrown heroin from intravenous use by sticking a needle in their veins filled with heroin. This is unfair and unfortunate that pain patients have to suffer. It kinda sounds stupid and is actually contradictory. Since doctors are petrified to prescribe them in fear of losing their license or going to jail, just substitute it for cheap street drugs which makes no sense to me at all. This is the wrong approach in curving this problem. I watch my grandma in pain everyday because of osteoporosis, bad knees and a bad back so bad she can barely get out of the bed. Politicians are not doctors, but feel the need to tell them how to do their jobs and what they think is best for their patients. The United States is not a democracy but slowly turning into an autocristicsociety. Determining what goes in our bodies and what is in our medicine cabinet is extreme. We are losing our rights slowly but surely.

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