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... Unfortunately, while he's in the hospital, the pain med situation will be pretty much out of your control... ... (12 replies)
... health issues and pain medication. I believe she is traveling at the moment but I'm sure will post some useful info too when she gets a chance to get on the board. ... (12 replies)
... I wrote this post 3 months ago, and it somehow got ressurected! Yea! ... (12 replies)

... Bridg, glad you are doing so well hon! And, I agree that the post partum depression can be a big factor....any severe depression could. ... (11 replies)
... pain while CT often results in unbearable "rebound pain." From the start, remember why a pain med. was prescribed. ... (0 replies)
... I am like so many others that post here. I had a back injury resulting in spinal surgery 2 years ago that did not go well, leaving me in chronic...sometimes debilitating pain. ... (2 replies)
... I wonder if her pain was treatable back then? ... (23 replies)
... Great to hear that you are doing well Vicky. I do agree with Diamondgirl. Self honesty is the key. We need to be sure that we really need the medication and that we need the dosage given to us. Vicky, I realize that SSRIs hit different receptors and that Sub is an opiate. ... (24 replies)
... Not sure which board to post this on so I chose this one, if it's not the right board please just redirect me please and sorry for the time to read. ... (3 replies)
... yesterday I was informed that another surgery for another skin cancer will be required. ... (19 replies)
... x. Several of you asked me for my story. I made it to work today and I am very tired now after posting my life story and it isn't showing. I will try again to post it. ... (1 replies)
... Before that, I radial tunnel nerve and lateral epicondilitis surgery in June 2006. ... (9 replies)
Now what?
Feb 22, 2007
... Good morning Sid! Your story really hit home for me. First, let me say that I am currently a chronic pain patient who usually hangs out in that forum. But, I also read this section of the board because I've been in the same situation as many of the folks here. ... (6 replies)
... but there are just as many recovering people that would say it is important to do just what the doctor orderd right now. You have been through SURGERY girl, this is not pain you are making up to get pain meds. There is no need to be a martyr here. ... (13 replies)
... Sorry that I caused such a stink with my inquiries about Vicodin! I had an appointment with my back surgeon last week and we discussed my pain problems. I told him that my butt, thigh, legs and feet hurt every day, all day long. ... (19 replies)
... y clean one week before the surgery, and I don't regret a minute of it. Absolutely, and I cannot say that with enough feeling, your narcotic use will affect the pain medication's ability to help your pain after surgery. If I had not gotten clean for at least a week beforehand, I do not know what I would have done. ... (43 replies)
... oes into a storage mode where it holds on to as much as it can...almost like what happens when people do starvation diets. My brother had to have extensive back surgery that required most of his lower back to be reconstructed. ... (15 replies)
... welcome to the forum. If you are in legitimate pain, then you are not addicted, but dependent on the pain medication, just like a diabetic is dependent on insulin for their condition. Almost all pain blocking medications are opiate based and thus addicting. ... (6 replies)
... That I do believe my pain is a little less and I want to try to get off these and see if the natural edorphins to stop pain can be resurected. I was on a 100mcg Duragesic patch along with the oxycdone, etc and it took me about 6 months to withdrawl of them. ... (12 replies)
... op from back surgery is not long at all. Recovery can take months. I would not do this without the assistance of a doctor given the dose of Oxycotin your mom is on. ... (6 replies)

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