Tennessee Doctors That Prescribe Oxycodone 30 Mg To Patients

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Doliphn Says:
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I need to find another clinic in Tennessee that will continue prescribing the oxycodone 30 mg tablets 5x's day, I have been taking this medicine for the past year,can you help me find another clinic?

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Doliphn! How are you?

What happened with your current clinic?

Due to the new regulations and the reluctance of doctors to prescribe such medications, you would be better off staying where you are, if they are currently prescribing something that helps.

When looking for another doctor, there is no database that I can refer to for you to see what they will or will not prescribe, or if they will even take you on as a patient.

If you really need to seek a new clinic, then one good idea would be to ask your PCP to refer you to one, that may make it easier to find the help you need.

Learn more Oxycodone details here.

This is a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation.

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Rosey Says:
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I was just wondering if you had any luck finding a new doctor? I live in Cincinnati but willing to drive to Tennessee if that's what I have to do. I am currently on methadone and I have to drive there everyday to get my Doctor And pay 15$. So please if you know anything that
Can help me out write me back. Thanks.

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Teresa Says:
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Good luck. Tennessee is bad right now for some man made drugs like ice or gravel so they are toughing up the laws and passing a bunch. U do well to get a ten mg rocys down here

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Tony Says:

Have you thought about outpatient, switching to subutex not suboxone. subutex does not have naloxone, which over time builds up in your tissues and causes problems (about 5 to 7side effects) from suboxone. I'm on three 8mg subutex which I use for pain management. It is also used to get off opioids. I accept it for my chronic pain I've had for 34 years. I use subutex for the last 8 years. Less side effects than norcos 10/325. Also once in a while I will add tylenol at my own time, when needed. I still can't figure why they attached a o.t.c. (tylenol) to a prescription opioid medicine. That's another crock of lies, deception and death, dished out by tylenol. I like the fact that I don't have to absorb 3,000 to 4,000 mgs. daily for years and years, because I have to have the 5/500 or the 10/325 ×6 to 8 times daily...BUNK. Have you ever tried to get it without tylenol? Ha! If you could, they would charge bank because it's now a specialty drug. Think about it. do you buy it? Ask your doctor, "can I get these vicodins without tylenol"? can you say *kickbacks* which total into the billions each month, not year, but month. Sorry I got off track. anyway, I pay out of pocket for doctor visits ($115) and #90 8mg ("$183")-for a total visit & prescription = $298. this is VS #180 ("10/325") vicodins + doctor visit = $645. About a $348 savings & less side effects...I'm just about 64 and I am healthier, BODY & BANK...

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