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... still being drawn. All many of us can go by is the rules and regulations set by both the DEA, FDA and doctors. If you are going to only 1 physician, taking your meds EXACTLY as prescribed, and needing titration at a "reasonable" rate. ... (4 replies)
... I've suffered with chronic back pain for over 15 years now. I tried all the conservative treatments, but eventually ended up using pain meds such as Vicoden and Percoset. In 96 I had my first spinal surgery. 97 I had a spinal fusion with titanium BAK implants put in. ... (3 replies)
... management agreement. It says, in writing, that they will not take any other pain meds or go to any other doctors for their pain unless it is an emergency, at least until they can see their regular doc. ... (10 replies)

... at else you can do to not be bored and seek it out. Because trust me I knew someone who had the same issues and when they got cancer even the strongest drugs for pain would not help him because he misused pain meds and drank and smoked pot and such. ... (7 replies)
... just a word to you as well, please do not ever take anyone elses pain meds,you really have no idea just what you may be 'sentencing" that person to.espescially if that person is going to an actual pain clinic? ... (3 replies)
... I am suffering with severe chronic lower back pain and have been for almost 6 years, but for the past year the pain has been untollerable. I have been to 19 differant doctors in 6 years and have had 4 epidural steroid injections. ... (5 replies)
... all due to a herniated disk in my lower back. Eventually I reached out for help with the pain meds addiction and back problem. I went to a medical practice that specializes in pain management and addiction. ... (17 replies)
... Serenity, more than anything I wish you serenity. Your pain sounds so debilitating. ... (8 replies)
... I'm at a place where many chronic pain people find themselves, I would imagine. My problem is that I am a long time addict. Alcohol, pot, narcotics... ... (7 replies)
... the Doctors will know how to handle everything. I passes 21 kidney stones and had two surgeries during pregnancy. I practically lived on Morphine and Dilaudid pain pumps for 7 months. Then at home, I took oral pain meds. ... (28 replies)
... addiction because sometime I think we take things for granted or loose site that post addiction has so many key factors and issues to manage and address. ... (1 replies)
... pain in all it's forms". That in of itself eye catching. I have fortunately or unfortunately experienced both physical and emotional pain in my lifetime. I am not unique. My addiction started many moons ago when I started to take pain meds in an attempt to manage accute pelvic pain. ... (10 replies)
... that I'm not alone and not a horrible person for being an addict. My story in short...have 2 herniated discs from a wreck Christmas Eve 1999. Never really took pain meds until a neurologist I saw in Nov of last year gave me a prescription of 120 7.5 Lortabs per month. ... (2 replies)
Vicodin addiction
Mar 24, 2006
... When you get the urge to steal pain meds, it is no different then the urge to buy pain meds or to just decide to use again. ... (7 replies)
... I have dealt with my pain for about fifteen years now. ... (12 replies)
... r last post and sorry you had to go to the ER. I hope your appointment went well. Just so you know, there are docs out there who believe just because you have an addiction to pain meds that you shouldn't have to suffer. ... (13 replies)
... I am still on my taper. My pm dr really slowed me down at this point. He does not think I can go with no pain meds so I am trying it at the current dose to see how things go. ... (59 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)
... The only way to deal with this issue is to just deal with it. Keep your mindset where it needs to be... you are not an active addict, these meds will be used only as absolutely necessary, and when the pain subsides, any remaining meds will be disposed of. ... (1 replies)
... No alcohol since. Did intensive outpatient and am seeing a therapist weekly and using multiple support structures plus spirituality. It's wonderful! But the pain didn't just go away. In addition to the WD's from suddenly stopping Norco after one year I still had the intermittent pain and the really bad acute attacks. ... (7 replies)

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