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Ultram Withdrawal
Jun 29, 2013
... dependency to Opiate pain medications due to back issues. This was many years ago and the info was not out there like it is today. ... (6 replies)
... Well guys I'm afraid I must admit I'm well and truly lost in a rather vicious cycle of chronic nerve pain, depression, and addiction to my pain medication. I've been in pain for 4 years, the widespread variety that just sort of seeps right into your soul and leaves you feeling hopeless. ... (8 replies)
... Do you have pain daily? ... (4 replies)

... a day when I became pregnant. My Pain management doctor quickly switched me to Oxycodone 5mg which is a class B medicine. Since I have been pregnant I went through withdrawals twice. ... (7 replies)
... a PM doctor yet almost solely for the reason that A. he doesn't drug test me and B. I'm worried it could take years just to find one even willing to prescribe me opiates at all for pain management. It sure took a while to find my current doctor. ... (8 replies)
... s. I tried all sorts of treatments, epidural steroid injections, muscle relaxers, non opiate pain meds, etc.. Nothing helped and the pain was becoming intractable. To the point of not being able to walk well, tie my shoes, put my pants on and so on. ... (8 replies)
... Divulging a problem with opiates does not nesessarily jeopardize your future in pain management as far as insurance goes. A year ago, I went to my primary care doctor and revealed that I had a problem with narcotics. ... (7 replies)
... Those who know my story will remember that I was a Pain Management patient who had a spinal surgery in Oct 2005 that did not provide any sort of pain relief as anticipated. ... (6 replies)
Opiates / zoloft
Nov 7, 2011
... after starting zoloft, it pretty much completely took away my physical craving for the pain meds. So strange. My body stopped asking for it, and did not have any withdrawal symptoms. i actually didn't take any pain meds for 2 days and still no symptoms, other than pain, which caused me to get meds back in me active again. ... (0 replies)
... I have read on other forums that it is much harder to get good pain management in Europe. I am very sorry that you are in your current situation. ... (16 replies)
... lops, which is inevitable, their analgesic properties fade as well. Which is why I don't understand why anyone would defend taking these things indefinitely for pain management. ... (7 replies)
... I don't agree with your comment that people who are not addicted will not get withdrawal symptoms after taking opiates for some time. ... (12 replies)
... I am not sure exactly what the goal is here. Need some more info. "Cleansing the body....." sounds more like what is sometimes done in pain management.. taking a vacation' from the med in the hopes that the med will come back with more effectiveness. ... (2 replies)
Second Go
Jan 20, 2011
... legitimate" injury that started me taking percocet, which did get to the point of having to take it daily. I had my orthopedist doing multiple surgeries, and a pain management doc prescribing my monthly amount of pills. ... (219 replies)
Lynn
Aug 23, 2004
... She needs to know everything about my past medical records with my history of depression. And how I can manage so far to keep my dosage of opiates at one level...but plunge right into that depressive state the moment I taper any further. ... (15 replies)
... t think its as clear cut and as dry as a diabetic and their insulin. You almost seem to convey at times that a person with chronic pain has a reason for taking as much opiate based medication as they want using the dependence issue as a fleece to disguise abuse. ... (38 replies)
... You are taking the meds for pain and not because you are looking for the "high" ? ... (8 replies)
... s. I tried all sorts of treatments, epidural steroid injections, muscle relaxers, non opiate pain meds, etc.. Nothing helped and the pain was becoming intractable. To the point of not being able to walk well, tie my shoes, put my pants on and so on. ... (4 replies)
... If you did not struggle with all your pain issues, I would have no second thoughts about recommending the Subutex I'm taking. But... ... (27 replies)
... s. I tried all sorts of treatments, epidural steroid injections, muscle relaxers, non opiate pain meds, etc.. Nothing helped and the pain was becoming intractable. To the point of not being able to walk well, tie my shoes, put my pants on and so on. ... (48 replies)


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