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... en browsing some of the topics on this boaed. I've recieved some good advice here about switching from Norco to a Long Acting pain medication like Oxycontin, and I look forward to giving it a try. ... (10 replies)
... I am shocked that you can handle so much Neurontin. ... (9 replies)
... hoping that will make my eyes look brighter. I know that I'm just taking my meds as prescribed, yet I wonder what a police officer or the PTA might think if they really took a good look... ... (10 replies)

... Can you take Vicodin once in a while as pain flares up without withdrawal happening? ... (21 replies)
... for my chronic pain in my foot. I delayed taking it for a few days because I have been worried about side effects like nausea. Finally, a couple of hours ago, I took my first pill, but I don't feel any relief of pain. I am starting to feel a little nauseated and weak. ... (21 replies)
... seeking patient. Especially if you're willing to drive any distance from home to get a specific doctor to prescribe a specific drug. Best of luck to you.. ... (3 replies)
... Evaluation of taking Meds. ... (40 replies)
... In many states, the definition of a drug is very broad, and typically includes any substance that can affect a person's mental or physical capacities to the extent that driving may be affected. ... (40 replies)
... Any number of medications can make you sleepy and are marked to indicate you should not take while driving until you know how it affects you. It can be anything from an antihistimine to blood pressure or heart medications. I would avoid driving for two or three days until you are used to the medication. ... (40 replies)
... Yes, I have tried to manage my pain in every way possible for years as I also have a history of chronic migraines. ... (10 replies)
... There is no ceiling on the amount of pure opiate you can take, as long as you aproach a dose slowly enough to accomadate to the respirtory supression caused by opiates. ... (13 replies)
... I've had knee pain since I was 10 and had seen numerous doctors until the angel orthopedic I saw when I was 17 properly diagnosed me with a torn meniscus. He corrected it with surgery and I was doing great for 5 years. ... (5 replies)
... I've been on Opena ER 40mg every 12hours now for last 7 mos. I educated myself well before agreeing to taking this newer approved drug. Its Oxymorphone which is one of the stronger analgesics. ... (15 replies)
... so you're taking 5 mg of Hydro and 500 of apap. No mater what the Hydro dose is, you are better off usually taking the least amount of apap as possible. It can cause problems with the liver at high doses. Max amount is 4,000 mg per day, if taken once in awhile, but more like 2,800 mg if it's a daily intake. ... (21 replies)
... I can tell you have "been there"... My pain relief after the first dose was OMG I'd forgotten what no pain felt like. ... (12 replies)
... stand what you're saying and it makes sense but curiousforever is correct using the example of drinking. I've never seen anywhere on a bud light that says, "you can be arrested for DUI if you drink too much of this". ... (19 replies)
... gh the hassle, It's not much cheaper than buying them from the street. A friend who needs a hip replacement has no ins and has used these internet services which can be totally legit if you find the right Internet doc willing to practice telemedecine. ... (15 replies)
... Just wanted to say not all opioids have highs and lows such as Opana for instance, it comes in short and long acting too! It's a great med! Cathy (31 replies)
... Although if you could get by with only taking a small amount of meds, then maybe I could see that as a possibility. ... (31 replies)
... Last year when I was 18, I was in a car wreck but I felt fine at the time. But then I started experiences some soreness in my lower back after awhile. Since it was only once in a blue moon, I ignored it. ... (8 replies)

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