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... and now dominino affect with the other levels... I SOOOO feel for you... ... (8 replies)
... What you want is to be able to keep the level of opiate in your system constant like the first thirty minutes when you feel good. You may want to talk with you doc about switching to an LA or Long acting opiate. ... (9 replies)
... ation. I had that same energy burst for the first couple months of taking the Norco, but now I don't get it. For me, it's like taking a Motrin for a headache. No energy burst or euphoria, just pain relief. ... (9 replies)

... The tylenol in these mixed tabs like with hydrocodone does help to make the hydro an even better pain reliever. ... (12 replies)
... tucked away for a really bad flareup day... That way im not swallowing tylenol on a daily basis. I just dont want to rot my liver out by the time im 39. Im just hoping as we all head into the summer months things calm down for all of us. ... (13 replies)
... Gwenny, I bet you are feeling good and have NO PAIN at all given the dose your Dr gave you. ... (18 replies)
Percocet concern
Mar 3, 2008
... was no good and that I did not need to be taking it. ... (11 replies)
... My PM doctor and surgeon are both really good at what they do, and they both are so great in treating me with care. My surgeon prescribed me essentially whatever we both decided on before and after my surgery. We would discuss it at lengths. ... (4 replies)
... but I was in a room with another man who had only one knee done, was not opioid dependent, and the initial protocol was the same, e.g. ... (27 replies)
... Ten days later I went for the second shot. My parents wanted to speak with the PM doctor afterwards and discuss other options, and I wanted to talk to him about potentially prescribing me a new narcotic. ... (12 replies)
... I am very sorry to hear this problem surface, as I have seen it before on other message boards. I spent about a year researching (part time;) the enzymes necessary to break down and metabolize various opioid medications. Not all people are alike, which is why some people are lactose intolerant and can't drink milk, while others can suffer anaphalactic shock and have a near... (9 replies)
... The pain is so bad now that I can take all of them and still not sleep. This can go on for days until I get so tired I finally sleep. I take 1 norco and feel nothing, no relief. I am going thru them faster than I should. Taking more, just trying to get some relief. The oxy used to work, but now nothing. ... (9 replies)
... ago. He told me to go see a PM or a GP for pain medication. I had to go see a GP because PM is more expensive and I also need to go there frequently, at least with the PM I last used. When I first saw my GP he was flat out reluctant to give me anything, but eventually did. ... (10 replies)
... Norco does not have twice as much hydrocodone as Vicodin. They both come with 5,7.5 and 10mg of hydrocodone. You can take a maximum of 4000mg of Tylenol per day but no more than 2000mg per day is recommended for long term. ... (10 replies)
... What a coincidence....my mother and brother both have PKD. My mom just celebrated her 2nd "birthday" with her new kidney! ... (8 replies)
... just how long and how much tylenol product have you been taking? ... (8 replies)
... i was afraid to leave the hopspital, fearing I would end up paralyzed or something, well I muddled through the year of back pain, from dr. to dr. no answer, only it would get better soon, well six months went by and the pain didn't go away.... finally a year later I woke up one morning and it was gone.... ... (5 replies)
... My doc knows that ive had bad luck with the patches, and has been allowing me more meds than 1 7. ... (14 replies)
... Anyway, saying all of that brings me to this point....as chronic pain patients, we already feel as though we have no control over even simple things in our daily lives. ... (11 replies)
... a GP prescribingmeds once reserved for cancer only, He's probably not even aware of just how potent Fentanylis. They do make a 12.5 ugh patch that you could wear with a 25, reducing your dose down to 37. ... (14 replies)




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