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... Do you mean what is the normal dose? ... (4 replies)
... y be "one to two tabs every four to six hours".thats the 'standard'.what any doc actually Rxes is entirely up to him or her and dependant upon your actual reason for pain.what type of pain is this being used to treat? ... (4 replies)
... I started out with Vicodin, got a dose increase. Then switched to Percocet, all of this fairly quickly. The low dose Vicodin held for about a month, then my GP raised it due to the early am pain. ... (5 replies)

... They did a blood patch for the spinal headache which was very painful but worked. ... (33 replies)
... pain for the past 10 years. ... (9 replies)
... sed as scar tissue causing the pain. In 2003 my back went out really bad and I could not even roll over in bed the pain was so intense. This time they did the normal injections and physical therapy which brought me to the point were I was able to walk a little but the pain was still very intense. ... (7 replies)
... I did not have 24 hour care. My husband took off work only for my actual day of surgery. ... (34 replies)
... resistance to just about any pain medication. What would constitute a high normal dose that would leave the average person pretty fuzzy does nothing for me or to me. As an example, I recently had a kidney stone. At the hospital I was given 2 pretty good doses of Dilaudid. ... (3 replies)
... Ditto what Marcia said. There's no magic formula. Everyone responds differently to medications. For instance, I find Percocet to be much better for my pain than Vicodin, but it makes me very drowsy and dizzy. Vicodin isn't quite as good, but I have no side effects from it. ... (4 replies)
... t found the time. My name is Beth, and I have been dealing with back pain straight for almost 3 years. Here is my story, in timeline fashion to streamline things. ... (16 replies)
... x daily and I start Klonopin for the nerve pain today. ... (7 replies)
... How long after a microdicectomy can I realisticly expect to return to normal activities? ... (15 replies)
... until I see the crazy doc on the 9th. Anyways my point is, they everyone except my occ. med md made it seem like I should not be having the symptoms I was having for a disk buldge or 2, but I am having nerve symptoms as far as numbeness, pain, etc. If it was not for my occ. ... (80 replies)
Apr 20, 2007
... Amanda! I didn't want your thread to get lost in the other thread so I started a new one for you. ... (4 replies)
... Flexeril, and a dose of Predisone. Nothing helped my pain and he did an MRI in DEC. which I was told was good. ... (80 replies)
... and rest for a few days. This pattern continued until approximately 4 years ago, at which time the pain became more frequent and more intense. ... (0 replies)
Pain meds
Feb 4, 2013
... areas from prior surgeries. While I can't say that the doctors didn't do what needed to be done, I always walked away from a surgery better then I had been. But for whatever reason I am prone maybe genetic to spine issues. Always a new issue appearing. ... (1 replies)
... percocet, and flexeril. For the 1st week I took these pills faithfully. My pain would let me know when it's time for another dose.I would ask your PM about them. ... (25 replies)
Please help-meds
Aug 22, 2004
... Normally narcotics cause you to have constipation, if you aren't having constipation or your stools are normal you are fine. ... (16 replies)
Nov 8, 2011
... der! It was kinda difficult, and I had to push, despite all the stool softeners I was on. I've been having good days followed by bad days, or I'll feel so good for like, almost the whole day, and then BANG, intense pain! ... (2 replies)

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