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... Dilaudid Pain Pump in August. I am scared that I am making a BIG MISTAKE. I have so many things wrong with me that I am worried that something is going to go horrendously wrong. ... (2 replies)
Medicare/Pain Pump
Jan 26, 2009
... I failed to mentioned I had the pain pump implant while I was on COBRA from my employer's insurance plan. ... (20 replies)
Medicare/Pain Pump
Jan 30, 2009
... You have been a great source of information on pain management for everyone. ... (20 replies)

... m sure. No longer married or attached, so stuff like that is of little concern to me. If stuff like this is important for some people considering getting a pain pump, then they might want to think over these things. ... (10 replies)
... I got the newer Medtronic pump surgically implanted a little over 2 years ago. ... (10 replies)
... I also have the pain pump, it was inplanted october 2009. the first meds used were fentynal and ibivicain, im sure i mispelled, hopefully u get the idea. ... (9 replies)
Medicare/Pain Pump
Jan 29, 2009
... to pay for the pain pump refills. ... (20 replies)
... I have seen 5 pain maagement doctors till I found one that was not opioid phobic. Over a 7 year period I have tried every LA pain med and SA pain med. ... (16 replies)
... Hey Sherry, I did have a trial injection with Fentanyl,Morphine and Dilaudid.At the time I had been using the fentanyl patch for about 3 years.The Dilaudid immediately was the winner for my arm and hand pain. My pump hardly touches my neck or low back pain. ... (9 replies)
... I had a Medtronic. pain pump some time ago.I had the same problems you seem to be having. ... (5 replies)
... My doctor has just said I will have to go back to oral meds. They didn't work thats why I went with the pain pump in the first place. My Dilaudid concentration is at 40mg per ML and I receive about 22mg per day. ... (3 replies)
... Good morning, I've had my pump since Nov 2012 also with Dilaudid and Clonidine Adjustments take time but in my experience,now is the time to be patient. ... (3 replies)
... Has anyone else on this board been advised by their PM that due to Medicare not paying for the cost of pain medication, the PM has advised you either you will have to find a new PM who will refill their pain pump or have the pain pump removed? ... (20 replies)
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... To anyone debating about getting a pain pump. If you are an addict of narcotics you are wasting your time on a pain pump. As it will not help your pain. And it will not give you the high you are looking for. I have had a pump for 2 years , my quality of life is much improved. ... (8 replies)
... Shoreline, I too have the pain pump, and what a difference! ... (2 replies)
... Hi tuloud, Wow, im so glad you posted this because it is so nice to hear & reminded me that the goal of pain mgmt is get the pain down to a tolerable level so that we can function better in our lives & be able to do more than just exist on the couch & it takes time to get the treatments, medicines, dosages just right. I needed this reminder & you encouraged me to possibly... (9 replies)
... I had my pain pump implanted in Dec. 2013. It is now being filled with Dilaudid since Jan. 2014. When I was on oral opiates I was always constipated now that I am on the liquid I have diarrhea every day. ... (1 replies)
... i have been seeing the same pain doc for 10 yrs, i had a pain pump put in on oct. ... (9 replies)
... by half when they put the pump in and only starting me at .5mg of dilaudid is a bit drastic? ... (16 replies)

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