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Nov 11, 2005
... pain med wouldn't cause some nausea. However there are a number of other causes of nausea I can think of with removal of wisdon teeth. The first thing that comes to mind is the amount of blood swallowed following the extraction of wisdom teeth. Nausea is also a common side effect from anesthesia. ... (4 replies)
... Hey MH, If you were to switch your BT med you would simply get greater relief for the same 4 hours that the lortab or Norco lasts. ... (2 replies)
... Hey K, Don't worry about what folks on the addiction boards have to say about meth, They have taken it for a completely different reason. ... (8 replies)

... How Many ESI have you had, How many nerve blocks have you had, How many days have you spent at a real multi disciplinary pain clinic.How many times have you tried bio feed back and self hypnosis. ... (4 replies)
... patient relationship...better to wait until next week when the script is up. ... (7 replies)
... Welcome to Healthboards! Many here have lots of experiences, thus, can offer a wide variety of support and guidance. ... (5 replies)
... Hello Emmie....Sorry to hear about your foot. Many here have a wide variety of pain experiences and can offer a lot of support and guidance. ... (6 replies)
... Dilaudid is often compared to heroin, it's WAY up there in the potency level and supposedly one of the most dependency prone, but opioids are prone to that, regardless, just some more so than others. ... (17 replies)
... Hi JW, Sorry If you toojk my post in a diferent spirit than I intended. Of course I understand it's hard to see your dad in pain and there is nothing wrong with being involved in his treatment in the right ways. ... (3 replies)
... isn't alot of time, I know there is always that fear of a doc cutting you off and the stress that goes with making that call for a refill, But now isn't the time to be thinking about increasing your dose. ... (4 replies)
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Apr 20, 2006
... Vicodin,lortab,are med. usually used for a short period of time,unless used for breakthrough pain. They are not healthy to take over a long period because of the tylonol in them.It could do damage to your liver.If your doc. ... (7 replies)
... Hi Jozey, Sounds like you have a monster surgery coming up. Docs d o usually stick to short acting meds imediately post op because it's easier to make a rapid adjustement rather than wait for a 24 hour pill to wear of before making a big change. ... (4 replies)
... pressure! Anyway, the only relief I got from those was that I could turn my head more freely than before. The back of my head swelled up like a watermelon! and to this day, I still have a itty bitty knot where the injection point was. ... (8 replies)
... by this post, by stating that the doc is probably going overboard with this person's prescriptions. Doc's do what they do for a reason, and yes, sometimes they make mistakes, but it isn't necessarily true that doc's lower higher mg pain meds. ... (20 replies)
... Hey Dawn, Your definitely not lone, A far as buying meds on the internet, If you want to go through the hassle, It's not much cheaper than buying them from the street. ... (15 replies)
... eck of a lot better that being on the Oxycontin, it was not taking my pain away for the specific time it was suppose to. So I guess what I am saying it not just to you to anyone who is reading this is that everyone has to find out what pain meds are right for them, everyone is different. ... (10 replies)
... st they make. It is actually like taking a divided dose of oxycodone, 5mg after about an hour and the rest of the 5mg releases after about the 6th hour. Compared to vicoprufen, lortab, vicoden, etc.. it is a little stronger, I believe about a 1. ... (10 replies)
... oc. wich he did,he called me back and said" he perscribed vicodin,and asked me what it was,i told him its like the meds. his surgon first perscribed He explained to his doc. the situation.I sugested he make a app. to see his doc. today.To show you how much he knows about meds. ... (9 replies)
... Hey Barbie, Short acting meds are not designed to deal with long term chronic pain, The first sign of tolerance is shorter duration, the next sign is lack of anelgesia. ... (9 replies)
... irriculum needed would be a combination of neurology, anesthesilogy and physical medicine. But there is not a program that young med school students can head off to college to become a board cert, pain management doc. ... (10 replies)

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