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... Hello, I am glad I found this forum. I know that many people share the same problem that I do, and I really need to know what I can do. I am hooked on narcotic pain medication and benzodiazepines. I have fallen into a deep depression and I really don't see any hope for me to get thru this. I want to know if there is a way. ... (6 replies)
... I am a recovering addict who was addicted to pain meds about 2 years ago. ... (0 replies)
... My PM's solution was to give me lots of pain pills which is why I'm in this horrible situation. ... (11 replies)

... narcotic pain meds? ... (11 replies)
... Everyone here has given you really good advice. Let me just tell you that I am a recovering addict but also a pain management patient. ... (22 replies)
... What kind of pain are you having? ... (11 replies)
... I really seriously doubt that this has anything at all to do with the pain meds unless she is actually having some sort of allergic type of reaction.I would be MUCH MUCH more concerned about the way she is using her meds,really. ... (1 replies)
... not too much experience on rather it will prevent u from conceiving but i can tell u that i worked in the neonatal intensive care unit and when we had a premature baby born from a crack or drug mama it was horrible for the child. they are born addicted and go through the most awful withdrawls. get clean and take plenty of vitamins and make sure u are healthy before u get... (5 replies)
... road at trying to concieve. I have a very young son which he is a father figure to, but he wants desperately to expand our family once I am up for it and have a pain mgmt system that does not involve narcotics. ... (5 replies)
... No, you shouldn't have to live with high pain levels, but I understand your concerns about opioid medication use. ... (15 replies)
... If you don't mind me asking,why do you hate your pain meds? ... (29 replies)
... I have to agree with everyone here who've recommended seeing a pain management specialist. I saw one for a year, and he was wonderful! ... (22 replies)
... If non-narcotic relief doesn't work for you, there are always the long half-life opiates like methadone and suboxone. mk (22 replies)
... problems.get a blood work up at your docs on your liver and kidneys very soon to see just where those numbers are.i wish you could find that 'right" med for your pain amster,I really do. ... (9 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)
Jan 26, 2005
... with the opiates like say every other day. This can ease the seemingly increase in pain that withdrawal can bring. ... (5 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)
... I, too, am stuck between that rock and hard place of chronic pain and meds, so I understand what you're going through. Coming off, and having the pain intensify, just adds to the nightmare of the withdrawals. It's horrible. ... (13 replies)
... i am assuming the pain from three car accidents would include radiculopathy along with an arthritic type of pain? ... (11 replies)
... Sorry to hear about your pain issues,Though I know exactly what you are dealing with..And it can be tricky to find an otc pain reliever that can actually help in a chronic pain situation.. ... (11 replies)

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