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... Does anyone know of any good prescription non-narcotic pain meds? Ibuprofen and Tylenol are not cutting it for me. Thx! (11 replies)
... My PM's solution was to give me lots of pain pills which is why I'm in this horrible situation. He wanted to do injections, but my insurance wanted a $1000 copay, which I didn't have, so I was stuck. I take Ibuprophen and Excedriv Back and Body......sometimes I see a little relief and other times I have to break out the ice pack, heating pad or topical rub. A good soak in... (11 replies)
... I hope that you find something that works for you that is non narcotic...Good Luck... ... (11 replies)

... nic pain in the first place.Which I am sure alot of you can relate to..I have always had good effects with an OTC called Percogesic...I mean yes it sounds like a narcotic but its not..Its an USA brand otc that works wonders on pain...I live by the stuff for joint and muscle pain... ... (11 replies)
... a good PM clinic would really be of benefit to you.they offer so many options without the use of any meds or different meds other than or including narcotic all depends on your particular situation.they just offer many options. ... (11 replies)
... Hey Southbeach, I think that the Mobic works pretty good for me right now. I have a sensitive little system myself. My colon and stomach are very sensitive and I have even been in the hospital for my colon. Anyway the Moic does not make me feel anything. It is a one time a day thing. I think it may not work as great at the end of the day or it could just be that by... (11 replies)
... 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. ... (6 replies)
... although they are probably just as addictive and just as likely to cause dependence, and in some cases even more sommnolesence than the narcotics...but they are non narcotic so they are better for you, right? ... (8 replies)
... narcotic. When I picked up the prescription even the pharmacist assured me that it is not a narcotic. ... (15 replies)
... six times as strong as codeine and comparable to morphine in potency. It works by binding to pain receptors in the brain and blocking feelings pain. Hundreds of narcotic drugs contain hydrocodone. It is combined with aspirin to make Lortab, acetaminophen to make Vicodin, inbuprofen to make Vicoprofen as well as countless others. ... (27 replies)
... hi Alex. my name is may call me daisy....i have never experienced cocaine...not really any type of drug....i am addicted to a prescription drug called tramadol....i too am having a difficult time with the addiction and it happened...when my second husband introduced me to hydrcodone. a pain pill... ... (37 replies)
... and they said they wanted to change my meds to something non narcotic. ... (27 replies)
... Hi there! I don't know anything about suboxone, so can't offer any advice there, but I just wanted to drop by and offer my support. 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. Keep fighting to... (13 replies)
... taking them as prescribed for what they were rx' have not relapsed...don't obssess...once you feel you can take care of your pain with advil or something non narcotic, flush what you have left and you'll be fine. ... (30 replies)
... taking them as prescribed for what they were rx' have not relapsed...don't obssess...once you feel you can take care of your pain with advil or something non narcotic, flush what you have left and you'll be fine. ... (30 replies)
Need some advice
Oct 14, 2003
... what about 800 milligrams of ibuprofen, that is prescription strength advil, 4 capsules. ... (3 replies)
Jul 17, 2003
... Basically, I smoked alot of weed from age 13 until age 22, when I had my first back surgery, and discovered prescription narcotics. ... (8 replies)
... and in the right conditions a seizure can occur. It is a known fact that tramadol can reduce an individual's seizure threshold even if they are following their prescription to a t. ... (23 replies)
Apr 22, 2009
... When my prescription ran out after about 7 weeks, I called my PCP. She said that Tramadol IS addictive and I should have tapered. Well, my surgeon didn't tell me that! ... (23 replies)
... I know that he was there because he works on Thursdays and the receptionists confirmed he was there. So here I am once again coming up with a non narcotic way to help my pain and I get absolutely no response. It really is frustrating. So if he doesn't call me today. ... (14 replies)

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