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pain management doctors volusia county that takes medicaid
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Need a doctor that listen and trying to help their patients in the volusia county area have been dealing with pain for over 18 yrs I'm currently on lortabs 10 mg 4x a day ms contin 30 2xd phenagran as needed and this don't work but it does help take the edge off but I may get total of 2/3 hpurs of sleep due to the pain waking me up out my Sleep I have pillows to help with my back even that does help cant sit or stand long periods the pain gets soooo intense to where I'm mean I'm between a 8-10 or higher I need a help I had to visit the er all the time due to my stomach getting so bothersome it swells up like I'm pregnant amd the pain is above and beyond I'm vomiting can't get nothing down (er) gives me fluids and pain meds iv but as soon as I get home its bac... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Lortabs.
Sat, May 23 '15, 4:08 PM
pain doctor that will prescribe oxycodone 30mg in Asheboro NC
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I am 62yrs young and I have been on heavier pain meds since 1996. I need my doctor or another one to prescribe my oxycodone ay 30mgs instead of 10mgs for my breack thru pain. I wear a 75 mqc fentenyl patce every 48hrs but I am still in constant pain. to the point that my BP was215/100 at last visit. I don't want to stroke ouy because my pain inraising my BP so high. It was 198/91 today, but I try to keep going. Please help me with my dr or find one that will listen. Asheboro,NC ## Hello, STJester! How are you doing? Are you sure that is the only reason your blood pressure is elevated? Those are very high numbers and you should be on something to bring it down, in addition to getting your pain under control. Medications can always be lowered or dropped entirely later, once it is at n... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Oxycodone.
Thu, Sep 03 '15, 11:30 PM
doctors in Chattanooga TN area who freely give pain medication
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I have severe Fibromyalgia and i am hurting non stop 24/7 in my neck, back, legs, and feet. I hurt so bad that the smallest task is so difficult for me to do. I can't function during the day and no matter what sleeping meds I take I can't sleep. The problem is I am 22 and no-one wants to give me much of anything for the pain. And won't take my pain very seriously because of my age. I am not trying to get high. I am DESPERATE for some relief so I can have some quality of life. Can someone please let me know of a doctor in the Chattanooga area or somewhere around there (I am willing to travel a bit) that gives out oxycodon freely? Preferably one that doesn't have to have my doctor request me because I'm afraid he won't because again he doesn't think I'm as ... ...
Updated 13 days ago.
Mon, Oct 09 '17, 12:44 PM
Can You take Methadone and Loricet together
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Can you take Loricet and 140 mg. of methadone together? ## What has your doctor suggested? When treating chronic pain, a regular or immediate release medication is often coupled with a regular or controlled release medication, to enable better pain control. In such instances, yes, combinations such as Lorcet and Methadone might be used together, depending on the person, their condition and their tolerance to medications. ## i was on methadone for 4 years and my husband for almost 7 years now but i switched to suboxone about 3 years ago..anyway yes you can take those meds together but the only thing is you wont feel high from it because the methadone has a blocker in it it blocks out the effect from any kind of opiates (pain pills) beleive me when i was on methadone i have tried it all p... ...
Updated 6 months ago in Methadone.
Mon, Apr 10 '17, 10:40 PM
Oxycodone levels for pain dr.
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I have been prescribed .5 oxycodone twice a day for back and leg issues. I had to take more than normal the first of the month so I haven't had any in several days. I have an appointment with my pain Dr in a week and my levels have to be up in order to get a new prescription. If I take 6 closer to my appointment day, will that be enough to make my levels high? ## This is so stupid, you are over using and want to know how to fake out the Dr. Next time you have an idea "Let it go" Drugs are to be used as directed, otherwise call the Dr and ask about the ineffective meds he prescribed. Or act like an addict and do what you did. He may have more respect and trust if you had called and had a conversation. This Guy has to follow rules, So Do You! I am following the rules and if ne... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Oxycodone.
Wed, Oct 30 '13, 7:39 PM
Opiates and Pain Management
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I have been taking various opiates for pain management for about four years now. Pain management for me has been a very touchy balancing act. If any small change is made, my pain can go "out of control". I have several conditions that are occurring at the same time, I have been told that opiates do not help with the Fibromyalgia pain (but I have found that opiates help mine). Opiates definitely help the pain caused by other conditions. Does anyone have information on how opiates that you have taken for over five years are now effecting you? ## Most people I know who have fibromyalgia say that exercise is the best cure for their symptoms. So in the event that those meds ever stop working for you, due to a high tolerance/side effects/etc., that may be something to take into consid... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Oxycodone.
Fri, Aug 01 '14, 9:27 AM
need a doc in macomb oakland county to prescribe methadone for pain
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I have been taking pain meds for 6 yrs.Had a bad accident and suffer from chronic pain now.Been on morphine,roxicodone ,vicodin etc but prefer methadone.The doc that was treating me just left the country without warning any of his clients.I need a doc right away any help??? ## Hello, Sueann! How are you? There is no listing that I can use to help you find a doctor that will prescribe any specific medication. Additionally, many are going to be reluctant to prescribe Methadone, due to its highly addictive nature. Learn more Methadone details here. Can anyone recommend a doctor in that area? Do you have a PCP who may be able to refer you somewhere? ## Was it kutinski? He left country on me too. I got very sick, had heart attacj ...
Updated 5 months ago in Methadone.
Sat, Apr 29 '17, 5:07 AM
What is the dosage equivilent from DILAUDID 4MG to OPANA IR 10mg and..
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I was just changed from the best pain meds I have found in 12 years of chronic pain (Exalgo ER 16mg + 4mg x 4 for breakthrough) because of a Medicare deal. Now I'm dealing with Opana ER 30mg twice daily and 10mg hydromorphone. So far the itching hasn't killed me, but I am reminded of why we switched in the first place. On the other hand, the strength seems more... I haven't been able to fill Opana ER (from Thurs to Tues is a long haul especially if I didn't have a spouse who hide meds when I need them to...) My math sucks. Not as much as withdrawal or OD though. What's the conversion? Happy Florist's Day! My first day here, glad I found you. ## Yes, you are on a slightly higher dosage, now. Thats why it feels like the strength is more. This is a narcotic analgesi... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Dilaudid.
Fri, Jul 08 '16, 6:21 PM
Chronic Back Pain with no help
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What are the people with chronic pain going to do now that Drs will not prescribe pain meds they need and are in legitimate pain? Drs think you are a drug seeker if you ask for lortab even thought you really are in pain. What is going to happen to these people. Pain can cause other things such as high blood pressure and depression yet most Drs will not treat their pain because of all the drug seekers. What can be done about this. There has tobe a solution. The Physician's Oath says"First do no harm" But when they let someone in real pain walk out the door with no pain meds they in my mind are doing harm. There has to be a way to work this out so that people in real pain will be treated so they can have a quality of life. When you are in real pain you have no quality of life.... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Lortab.
Mon, Apr 15 '13, 9:56 PM
Xanax and pain pills and liver
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i take 14 mg of xanax and 8 10/325 hydocodone for pain a day. how long can my liver take all this before damage. i take them cause i have too and am under doctors care. also take heart meds too. thx. ## Respiratory arrest should be your worry right now. E-mail everyone before you fall out....... ## heart meds is for pots sydrome and tachycardia. its under control with meds ## Having those conditions under control with the medications is not what was being referred to, what was intended was the possibility of respiratory arrest that can occur from taking that high of an amount of Xanax and the narcotic each day. Both of the other medications can cause depression of the central nervous system. So, while you may be worried about long term liver damage, CNS depression should also be a conce... ...
Updated 26 days ago in Xanax.
Tue, Sep 26 '17, 7:36 PM
doctors in the Rio Grande Valley who will prescribe pain medication
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Regular pain managment doctor left the Río Grande Valley (Brownsville Texas 78520) área to Fort Worth Tx and i cannot find another pain managment doctor to prescribe my regular meds which are hydrocodon 10/325 and morphine 60 mg. Please help me. This meds calm my chronic pain but the one i am seeing now does not believe in meds only physical therapy which medicaid will not cover exams, MRI's, and physical therapy. I am getting no where, no meds, nor MRI's, exams, nothing. Please try to help, i am in real bad pain. On a 1 to 10, maybe a 12.... really bad back and knee pain. ## Did you find a dr? I just moved here from Houston. ## Found a surgery orthopidic which is understanding but goes as high as Tylenol 4, Tramodol 50 mgs and Butran patches, which by the way, does no... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Morphine.
Fri, Mar 20 '15, 1:47 PM
What is the best replacement for oxycontin. High dose long time user for chronic pain. It seems like nothing else works as well.
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I was on the Oxycontin 80mg 3x a day for 16 yrs. I have been tried on alot of other things . I went on methadone w/ 2 40mg of oxy then they quit making the methadone that iI took. None of the kadian or other things in that class have worked. I am now taking ms contin 100mg. a day w/15 mg. 2x a day it is not enough and my Dr. who gave me a hard time off and on about the oxy's now refuses to do the irs that are still available with any other meds. I've took the opana and at the time it seemed fine but pricey that has been a couple of years ago just to see. They have a cap I did not take the er's though. My Dr. is funny about writing large numbers of meds. This ms contin could work but he will not for instance give 60 more mgs. He would rater write 200mgs.3x a day because of am... ...
Updated 2 months ago in OxyContin.
Fri, Aug 04 '17, 5:44 PM
Lyrica for Sciatia Related Pain
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In 2006 I had surgery for a pinched nerve in the L5-S1 area which was a success. About 2 years ago the symptoms I had when I had the surgery slowy started to come back over time. Earlier this year I had an MRI and went to see an Orthopedic Surgeon (same one that did the original surgery). He said that there are 2 meds for me to try, Diclofenac-Misoprostol & Lyrica. First stated with 50mg of Diclofenac twice daily for a few months, it helped somewhat so after seeing my GP it upped it to 75mg twice daily, not a big difference from the 50mg. The next step for me to take is Lyrica, after seeing the adverse effects on a local TV commerical I am wary of switching to this. Working up high on ladders is part of my job so getting dizzy and not being able to focus is not a good thinkg to have at ...
Updated 3 hours ago in Lyrica.
Mon, Oct 23 '17, 8:09 AM
what stronger medicine for pain
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I'm taking Norco 10/325 & soma 350mg twice a day. They no longer work. I have cronic lymes disease 5 year's now. Pain & fatigue migraines & a whole bunch of symptoms. I need something stronger. I'm exhausted &can't work after 30 years in banking, I'm can't work anymore. What do you recommend for pain medication. I've done every thing thèy gave me to cure lymes nothing worked. I'm done. Just treat the pain. Help me! ## Percocet is slightly stronger. Fentanyl is a long term pain med without the highs and lows experienced with breakthrough drugs like Norco. Migraine meds, non narcotiv nerve meds like gabepentin, muscle relaxers like Valium, lots of choices! ...
Updated 1 year ago in Norco.
Tue, Nov 17 '15, 2:04 AM
Pain Management Broome County Ny
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Are there any drs in or near Binghamton ny that aren't scared to wright pain med prescriptions my original dr went out with cancer and ever since then I've had nothing but problems I've been on the same meds for eight years and now with all the people abusing it I'm a target and in severe pain I've lost twenty plus pounds and lost a awsome job cause I have to worry week to week about my pain meds ## The first question is, how are you looking for a doctor? The reason I'm asking is because if you're calling them and asking if they'll prescribe a specific medication, then it is highly likely that you will have problems, because most doctors will consider that drug seeking behavior. Learn more pain management details here. What you need to do is set up an app... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Tylenol.
Wed, Jan 13 '16, 9:51 AM
Oramorph - For Severe Chronic Pain
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The best thing for someone in pain, mentally or physically is to find a good doctor that will help you. I, myself am in severe pain daily with stomach and bowel problems and take 180ml oramorph per day as well as 30mg MST every 12 hours. The key is to find a doctor who understands your issues and that is willing to prescribe pain relief that is high enough to keep your pain under control. If I didn't take these ( and my other prescribed meds ) I would be bedbound. So hang in there and try to find a sympathetic doc/gp..... ## I am very glad that you're doing so well and have found a doctor and medication to help you. The FDA classifies this medication as a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsi... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Oramorph.
Mon, Aug 31 '15, 3:06 PM
search pain drs everett wash 98252
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i need a new dr. mine of 13yrs has retired. good pain manegment dr. cant find new dr that will fill full scripts! evert 14 days is just really hard to go in. dr weststone very strict and wont keep me on same meds. took 2 yrs to get right combo that works for me, with old dr. any one taking heavy pain killers, and likes ther dr please contact me. i live in granitefall wash. 98252. 59 yrs and tierd of drs thinking im a junky!! i take 10 mg generic vicodin.. 40 oxy.. 20 valium. truly just keeps me on my feet. i have a very high pain tolorenc, since i was a kid, docs told me that someday that it would get me into trouble. that day has arrived!!! thanks for listning and hope to hear back from someone. sylvia ## This may or may not help, but here is a link which will show you a list of pain m... ...
Updated 8 years ago in Vicodin.
Sat, Aug 29 '09, 1:19 PM
Rash caused by blood pressure meds?
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I am taking Amlidopine and Bisoprolol for hypertension. I developed a rash on both ankles and a psoriasis like rash on my bottom. It is getting better after stopping bisoprolol for a week, but blood pressure is rising. what alternatives do I have? ## Hello, Aubrie! How are you? I'm sorry about the problem you're having. There are many other options available for treating high blood pressure, including some in the same drug class, which as listed by the FDA is beta blockers, such as Metoprolol, Propranolol, Atenolol Nebivolol. Typical side effects are listed as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, stomach pain, increased urination and hypotension. Have you discussed the problem with your doctor? They should be able to prescribe an alternative to replace it. ## I have t... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Bisoprolol.
Thu, Jan 29 '15, 2:25 PM
fentanyl pain patch acetaminophen
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I just got blood test results showing elevated liver ensymes. I take percodan 10/325 3xday. I also take fentanyl patch 25 every 48 hours. What meds could replace these in reguards to the elevated liver enzymes ? ## Hello, Trish! How are you? The elevated enzymes are most likely caused by the oral medication, not the patch, since it isn't processed directly through the liver. There are formulations of Oxycodone available without anything else added that your doctor can prescribe, so it won't have as much of an impact on your liver as the Percodan does. 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. How high are your enzymes levels? ## My alt is 46 and ast is 5... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Fentanyl.
Sat, Feb 27 '16, 5:48 PM
does meloxicam help you for back pain
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Hi. I have chronic lower back pain that prevents me fro walking more than 50 yards at a time. I also have a severely arthritic left ankle that is painful. I will likely get a STAR replacement. I am on blood pressure, diabetes, depression, and anxiety meds. Will 15mg of Meloxicam help me? ## What other medications do you take? I am sorry, but I can't really answer your question without more details. Meloxicam is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory, and according to NIH studies, it may be contraindicated with some medical conditions, such as high blood pressure, it may also react with some other medications. Can you please post back with the names of the others you are currently taking? Thank you! ...
Updated 2 months ago in Meloxicam.
Mon, Jul 24 '17, 8:45 PM

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