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Feb 20, 2014
... Hi kenb, Did the trigger point injections work better this time? ... (3 replies)
... Your body is making an adjustment from hydrocondone to oxycodone, both are pretty comparable but they work on different receptors in the brain. ... (3 replies)
... If you went to the Oxy IR, you may or may not notice that it doesn't work quite as well. The Tylenol is packaged with the Oxy to increase it's overall pain fighting power. ... (12 replies)

... eally touched my pain has been Hydrocodone, which is the active narcotic in Vicodin. Of course this is very strange because it has proved to be more effective in making me comfortable than Dilaudid, Methadone, and even Fentanyl, all drugs that are thought to be considerably stronger than Hydrocodone. ... (9 replies)
... I think it may be a combination of things, but I just want to feel better. I am going to try to go back to work this week after one last test tomorrow. My GP is so wonderful. ... (5 replies)
... I have to have better control here to make it. ... (22 replies)
... T med today though. From the 3 doses i have taken today for BT pain it seems to not be that powerful as everyone was saying it was here. It almost seems that the percocet worked better even. But again this is my first day of it so we will see in the long run I guess. Is anyone else here taking it for BT pain? ... (10 replies)
... I diana, I think you making a huge leap from a few experiences whith what simply may have been too much pain and not enough opiate. ... (7 replies)
... range and BT mds drop you to a 2, a 2 is certainly better than a 6 but the goal really isn't to knock all your complaint completely away. ... (16 replies)
... I was given percocet 5 mg in the er for my back once and it seemed to work better than the lortab 7.5. Would making a suggestion to switch to perc 5 from lortab 7.5 be out of the question? ... (4 replies)
... amazing the power the DEA has to enforce their own policies. All these changes are not backed by law, They are simply the wishes of the DEA with a real thrat of making any PM doc miserable that doesn't comply with the todays policy they want to enforce. ... (9 replies)
... weeks later. Followup after 2 weeks. Explained how the meds helped, but didnt last long enough. Dr. told me that the ESI's would build up, and the OxyC would work better. ... (3 replies)
... Yes, taking meds in any manner other than as they are prescribed is self medicating, and considered abusing the meds. Not my definition, but the one pain management defines. They did random test you, after you told them repeatedly that you were running out early. I have been in pain management for more than 20 years, and I have never once, taken more than prescribed or run... (3 replies)
... Ok so whats the point of me talking to the Dr. I see every month if the Main Physician is the one making the call.. He is the one i should be seeing every month because clearly he had a completely different opinion on how my treatment was going.. ... (3 replies)
... It is good the new doc is implementing the PT; and a normal part of pm; especially in the beginning of treatment. You say the doc believes in treating the pain(chronic) at it's source rather than use meds to cover it up-well not to sound belligerent; but by the time you are referred to a specialist for the treatment of chronic pain, the "source" has usually already been... (10 replies)
... m would contradict what his doc has done, I would remind you That Nurses and Nurse practitioners don't generally create the treatment plan. NP in Pain management work under the supervision of an actual doctor I cant imagine a NP managing hospice cases without the supervision of a doc. ... (2 replies)
Pain medication
Jul 23, 2014
... there are some crappy generics and there are generics that work as well or better than brand name. ... (6 replies)
Question on Meds
Oct 26, 2013
... I would of course get another refill for the 7.5, you don't want to put yourself in a similar situation you just went through. It is better to have them on hand than not have them. ... (21 replies)
... ffice, Docs have their preferences and when a patient voices theirs, It scares them, You also need to understand that pain management is about managing pain, not making it go completely away. ... (5 replies)
... I am certain it is the oxycodone making me jittery as I tried stopping the amitryptiline because of the migraines I was getting and when stopped, no migraine but jittery after taking the oxycodone. ... (17 replies)

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