Help With Being Short On Oxycontin And Oxycodone.

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painladylikesthepills Says:
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Hi.. Can anyone help me with what to do with being short on my pain meds? I am a legit pt. With severe back problems legs knees from a severe accident and 2 prior. The meds don't seem to be working as good. Oxycontin 80 mg x2 + oxycodone 30 mg. x2 and I want to ask her if we can go to 4 30 mg's a day, but this past year we have been trying to adjust my meds. Also she has mentioned a new pain dr. in town a few times but I have no way to get to pain med Stat and I have been through that x3. Please help with how to ask her and the breaking of the pills that will shorten my dose severely daily!



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