Pain Doctor Wisconsin To Prescribe Oxycodone

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need to find dr prescribe oxycodone in milwaukee wisconsin
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I need to find a doctor that will prescribe oxycodone in Milwaukee Wisconsin ## I'm a 57 yr old female and I take 30mg oxycodone 5 times a day. I need a doctor. ## There are a couple of them. There is Nowhere Hassan on capital and Appleton. Her number is 414-444-8670. Also try Dr David Stein on silver spring and hwy45. His number is 414-257-4673. Also try universal pain on 6005 north ave. Call at 414-967-9486. ## I need a pain Dr. Got a very bad back. I fell from a building in 1996. Cant find a Dr. ## IM LOOKING FOR A DOC TO REFILL MY PAIN PUMP!! IM SO TIRED OF PEOPLE LOOKING AT ME LIKE IM A DRYG ADDICT, I WAS BUT DECIDED TO GO WITH THE PUMP TO STOP BEING ONE. I NEED HELP BADLY BEFORE I GO BACK!! LIVE NEAR MILW WI! HELP PLEASEEE!! ...
Updated 5 months ago in Oxycodone.
Mon, May 22 '17, 2:18 PM
wisconsin pain clinics/oxycodone
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Hi, i live in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and i find that it is very difficult to the find a doctor in pain managemnt who will prescribe the right types of narcotics to effectively releave my chronic back pain. Any suggestions would be great. Thanx ## I may not have a personal doctor I can refer you to, but I did locate a few pain management specialists in your general area who may be worth trying out: James Lincer, MD Spinal Rehabilitation Assoc. 2015 E Newport Ave Ste 60 Milwaukee, WI 53211 Phone: (414) 963-1250 Fax: (414) 963-8771 Daniel Minkel, MD Anethesiology Associates Of Wi 1231 E Donges Ct Milwaukee, WI 53217 Phone: (414) 649-6318 Fax: (414) 649-7417 Lawrence Howards, MD 2305 W Woodbury Ln Milwaukee, WI 53209 Phone: (414) 352-4235 William Faber, DO Milwaukee Pain Clinic 6529 W Fond Du... ...
Updated 2 days ago in Oxycodone.
Fri, Nov 17 '17, 10:21 AM
from wi on 110 mg Oxycontin and cant find a doctor
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I am on a regime from wisconsin pain clinic it works great and I get a quality of life. The AR doctors want to screw around with something that works. I need a Dr. to pick up where other drs were doing and now AR dont want to RX oxycontin or oxycodone. What is the beef? Where can I go. ## The main problem is that it is a medication that is quite commonly diverted and abused. Thus, it is under strict government control and all prescriptions they write for controlled substances must be reported to the federal government. If, for some reason, the government thinks they prescribed it for the wrong reasons, then they can face serious sanctions or the loss of their medical license. In this case, you really can't blame doctors for being extra careful. Did you bring your medical records and... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Oxycodone.
Sat, Mar 16 '13, 4:09 PM
oxycodone in wisconsin
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Hi, i live in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and i find that it is very difficult to the find a doctor in pain managemnt who will prescribe the right types of narcotics to effectively releave my chronic back pain. Any suggestions would be great. Thanx ## Well, my question for you is what is the scenario? Are you trying to ask them for specific medications? Because if you are, most doctors will be very resistant, as they are taught to see that as drug seeking behavior. When they do prescribe something, are you giving it a fair shot, before saying that it doesn't work? By this I mean, are you trying it for a month or so, to give it a chance to reach it's full effectiveness in your body? Have you cooperated in having any testing done that they want you to? ## I have been where you are and ca... ...
Updated 6 months ago in Oxycodone.
Sat, Apr 29 '17, 8:17 AM

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