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... istory, as I've cumulatively posted on here already. For my chronic pain due to herniated disc, when I still had insurance at the end of last year, I was working with my PM doc to find the most effective pain med for me. ... (0 replies)
... This is hydrocodone with less Tylenol. That is the only one I know of. Do you mind if I ask why you take it? ... (4 replies)
... done something because this time was truly bad. Doc put me on Prednisone and Tylenol. I called 2 days later begging for pain pill or muscle relaxer and was given Norco 5 mg. Pain was so bad that I was shaking all over. Never had full body tremors before so freaked and went to ER. ... (4 replies)

... Hi Morgan, The problem with your GP manageing your pain is that he isn't trained to to manage chronic pain, he is trained to write scripts and that's all he can do. ... (4 replies)
... for a bladder infection and my PCP had prescribed Norco for migrains which unbeknownst to me was the same thing and I was young naive and too new to all the "Narcotic" rules and regulations. ... (16 replies)
... Agreed that getting a different med from the same doctor should be no problem to get filled even though you are not out of this one yet. ... (10 replies)
... So, no scripts from him. likely, if i have surgery, ill again ask her to manage the meds once again. i just dont want more than one doctor prescribing for me. ... (28 replies)
Oxyir dosages
Aug 19, 2013
... My second doctor. Issue with opana is I had trouble peeing on it. I told him can I go back on it and just take it as needed cause I'm In soo much pain . ... (18 replies)
Oxyir dosages
Aug 18, 2013
... I would have a discussion with your doctor about you not achieving adequate pain medication from your current treatment plan. Ask what can be done. ... (18 replies)
... Assuming there is no infection..... ... (5 replies)
... t SL TID PRN prescribed by my psychiatrist after having consulted once with a PM about whether he thought it would be warranted. ... (2 replies)
... de pain for 3 years now. I have had all kinds of testing through my PCP a GI dr, and a Urologist. I have had many many opinions of what the problem could be, but no medical proof of anything. The pain started with constant kidney stones. ... (2 replies)
... ong acting versions usually don't contain tylenol or motrin , and the duration of pain relief is generally around 12 hours and for at least one LA med, 24 hours, with the patches, the duration of pain relief is generally around 72 hours before you need to change them. ... (14 replies)
... She sent me home with oral demerol and tylenol 3's. Helped tremendously. ... (12 replies)
... sed less an less because Dr.'s are learning that is is Highly addictive, very hard to detox off of, easy to overdose on, causes Grand Mal seizures and when mixed with psych meds can cause Serotonin Storm or Syndrome. ... (12 replies)
... Most PM doctors want a patient to give a new medication a month before deciding that it is working or not since even with immediate release medications, it does take a little time to build up a blood plasma level. ... (8 replies)
... I have Frozen Shoulder Syndrome. I was diagnosed in last Dec., put on some norco 7. ... (16 replies)
... Okay heres the deal....some of your ideas are starting to get a bit nuts. There is no way that a doctor is going to allow you to change meds on a monthly basis or any kind of rotation. And really who would want to? ... (36 replies)
... Any feedback would be greatly appreciated. I leave this coming Tuesday to fly back up to meet with my doctor on Wednesday. ... (5 replies)
... tablet. However it's inconsistent. Yesterday I realized I had taken only 1 Norco that day and had no symptoms of physiological distress from withdrawal. ... (12 replies)

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