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I have been on traditional American narcotics for more than 10 years to treat pain from advanced degenerative spine and arthritic spiny growths etc. in the spine. By now I am on TWO 75 mcg/hr Fentanyl patches changed every 2 days ( which works out to putting one on a day, yes.) I also had a prescription for the last TWO YEARS and approval for another 9 months for 800mcg Fentora ( a fizzy between the cheek and gum -- GOD! they really worked.) Well, I changed insurance at the insistence of the President and now I can't get the Fentora. Well, that leaves me desperate for relief. I can't afford a 100-150 dollar a day H habit, but NOTHING my doctor offers can help my peak pain. After being on the same dose of Patches for more than 3 years, a lot of that is just handling my addiction.... ...
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Wed, May 28 '14, 3:47 PM
I Have Golf Elbowwill Voverin Sr 100 Cure It
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i am having golf elbow. i statrted taking voverin sr 100 since last week, there is some relief, but i want to be sure if it will totally heal the inflammation in the elbow joint. i am a regular golfer ...
Updated 5 years ago.
Thu, Feb 02 '12, 9:09 PM
Yes I Am Having Golf Elbow For The Last 34 Onths Had Ultrasound Massage About Ten Days Have Been Using Support Giving Heat Treatment And Voveri Sr 100
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i am having pain in my right elbow, the muscles also pain when i press them, also if i want to press anything with my right hand, the muscles pain. despite voverin sr 100, there is permanent cure, it is just temporary, it reappears as soon as i stop voverin. with my elbow in front of heat blower, there is some relief but it is just momentary only.. i live in north india and am highly addicted to golf regularly ## i am indeed having trouble with my golf elbow. i keep on taking voverin 100 almost every day, it keeps swelling in the bone jont a little bit under control, but the moment its effect is over, the pain reappears, i sometime do take a tablet of combiflame as well but not every day. i get relief from pain when i take combiflame, but then it is pnly transitory. there is no cure yet... ...
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Thu, Feb 16 '12, 9:07 PM

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