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... i am wondering kat, if they have ever mentioned simply placing you onto a form of oxycodone WITHOUT that tylenol, like the roxicodone? ... (12 replies)
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... not without at least one of the suffixe's i mentioned above? ... (20 replies)

... Welcome to Healthboards. Many here have a lot of experiences thus, can help in a variety of ways. ... (9 replies)
... would be one thing to try here. areas of pain within our spines for various reasons can actually be brought down to a much more tolerable level using injections of steriods, trying different "types" of meds other than narcotics since they can work much more effectively on nerve type pain too. ... (9 replies)
... freq of meds so now I balance the pain relief requirements over the desire not to throw up later. ... (7 replies)
... so I had to get my sript filled at a different pharmacy. They filled it with the watson brand I had better pain coverage that month. I switched all my scripts to this new pharmacy now. ... (7 replies)
... ave things like sulfates and sulfides in their overall make up, i seriously would just ask your actual pharmacist this particular question. if you have some type of allergic response to sulfides as some do, i would not take ANY chances here and just go to the best possible source of Rx info, your pharmacist. ... (1 replies)
... arcotics. When I first began using narcotics for pain, and started posting on the PM board, that is the first thing I noticed, that everyone reacts to all these types of narcotics so differently. I guess that's why there are so many different types of opiates out there and more yet to be developed. ... (5 replies)
... which comes to a total of 15 mg a day, I asked if my doctor could only give me two more Hydrocodone to take a day I would be feeling a lot better and I take one soma at night. ... (14 replies)
... do LOTS of research. Now, onto the show. ... (1 replies)
... i pretty, Im so sorry that this happened. I would try explaining something that has operated well in my home for 25 years. We call it "these 4walls, these 4 sets of ears" . ... (16 replies)
... I have a few days left of hydrocodone to at least get me through finals. If I do have to go through withdrawl, I would rather do it when I don't have school to worry about. ... (16 replies)
... i am really confused here too. as jon stated. tylenol, as far as real 'impact' upon just the stomach is NOT one that would normally be of any real concern like some meds she "could" be taking here. the statement just does NOT make any real sense at all. ... (16 replies)
... This was not the case for me I am a chronic pain sufferer for 8 yrs but I'm new to pain management. I have been on hydrocodone for quite a while until it just stopped working for me and my pain has been increasing alot the last 8 months. At this point my PC sent me to PM. ... (12 replies)
Opana vs Ms Contin
Mar 18, 2010
... Ex has does some excellent research on Opana and posted in another thread about the different types of receptors, including the Mu1 which Opana is not supposed to effect. ... (12 replies)
... what actually determines whether or not PKD actually is PKD or 'just' simple cysts is how they actually appar and how the react over time kind of thing? ... (9 replies)
... if you also have ANY level of actual stenosis going on down there as well, it could very easily create pain since a nerve root would be involved and impinging from at least time to time. ... (9 replies)
UA types etc
Mar 27, 2009
... maybe can help shed some light on this part of PM ? ... (0 replies)
... sorry i hadn't had the time to get back to it yet. i am just wondering if this nephew has a past history of drug abuse or something since you seem very much overly concerned about the possibility of an addiction developing with him being on pain meds? ... (22 replies)

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