I Take Carbamazepine Levothyroxine Amlodipine Atenolol

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LilDea Says:
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I went to emergency room for my back six months ago I was UN agonizing pain. The xray they said showed sciatic nerve. Arthritis also in left hip. I been in pain since .nobody takes me serious I have been to numerous doctors and they assume I am jus after pain pills. My life has been pure hell. I don't know where to turn. I already suffer from anxiety and,depression. I need help.



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David Says:

Hi LilDea,

I'm very sorry to hear about your situation surrounding your medical needs.

Did the doctor who performed your x-rays suggest you pursue any other avenues of treatment after going over them with you? Surely she/he could've offered some sort of advice for going about healing your body that doesn't involve pain meds (especially since it seems like they don't want you taking them in the first place).

I would encourage you to go back there and get some advice for treatment, if possible. Otherwise it sounds like it's coming down to you having to do your own research on what might be best for you.

Some alternative treatment options I'd also suggest looking into are:
acupuncture
acupressure
herbal remedies
cannabis
going on a plant-based diet
meditating
essential oils
stretching, yoga, physical therapy, etc

I hope this helps!

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jonesboy Says:
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Take levothyroxine first thing in the morning after that 1st pee. Take nothing else other than water to wash it down. Wait for at least one hour before you eat anything or take other meds.

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