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... Your own state has similar guidlines to protect docs, but most docs aren't even aware of these guidelines, they learned opiates are bad and addicting in med school and haven't taken the time to learn another thing about opiates. ... (11 replies)
... This is Virginia guidlines and position statement on the use of opiates. ... (20 replies)
Opiod contract
Jun 24, 2004
... Yup, It's actually part of the state of VA guidelines fortreating CP with opiates, they also recomend random UA's which are very flawed. Unless your taking Morphine, codeine or Heroin. ... (3 replies)

Is this OK?
May 8, 2004
... Hi Marbelmo, With the fear of PM ocs being prosecuted many sate medical boards have com up with a basic outlibe for proper prescibing of opiates. I'll post my states version that issupposed to protect docs as long as they saty within certain boundaries and document properly etc. ... (5 replies)
... Please be very careful concerning all of these medications that you are now taking. ... (9 replies)
... for years and years. Morphine and oxycodone don't touch my pain at all. However, I wholeheartedly trust your opinion on this comparison. Please know that I'm open to these ideas and opinions. ... (9 replies)
... A careful review of the patient's medical history is the first essential in choosing a medication. Patients with chronic pain can often tell what has worked in the past and what has not. ... (7 replies)
... I know brian, I do know you go thru a lot, and I can't even imagine. Nor would I want to, and good golly do I feel for you. I'm ashamed at times, because in comparison to say you, and cmp, and Pepper, and Chrissy, and IBake, and steve and Moldova, and mush, and KMac, and Marcia, and frankly the list could go on and on and on... ... (16 replies)
... I think most, if not all of us have had to endure these unfounded assumptions regarding our character. Many of us, yes, even from family members. I'm one of them. I found out my family members were saying some truly hurtful things about me behind my back and I still feel the pain of those words. ... (8 replies)
... This is my first post on here.....have tried to find information about conversion with different medications and I think that mine is too low....just wanted some thoughts about this. ... (3 replies)
Med troubles
Aug 23, 2003
... dose opioid therapy where the addition of tricyclic antidepressants and anticonvulsants has been ineffective. It also has a role when high doses of other opioids produce significant financial impact to the patient or the patient experiences intolerable adverse effects from other opioids. ... (4 replies)
... my fentanyl patch. I didn't seem to have this problem when I wasn't using the gel type, but now I do use it and it's become a real bother. I had not even heard of the flonase tx for this, and I am wondering how well you are tolerating this currently, as I may consider trying it. ... (63 replies)
... Anyway, help with any of the following would be appreciated..... ... (9 replies)
... They are incredibly expensive if you do not have good insurance. I do find them quite helpful though for my hip and thigh pain and my neck as well. My insurance won't pay for them and I don't qualify for free ones from the manufacturer because I do have insurance. ... (12 replies)
... when running errands it shoots up to a 9. For comparison in Jan. ... (32 replies)
... she stopped and called into the room over the loud speaker saying that she was going to scan lower too just to make sure she got everything. I didnt think much of it at first, but when she was done, she walked in and asked if I had been fused down to the Coccxy bone? ... (50 replies)
... time student at the University of California at Merced. I'm a Political Science major with a minor in Economics. ... (3 replies)
... hrough, I had to stop taking them for this or that reason.... Methadone for example I took for over a year, and then started having severe chest pains, shortness of breath.... etc... went to the ER on night thinking I was having a heart attack, they did all the tests, etc. etc.... ... (10 replies)
... Hi Wild Rose, Marcia pretty much covered most of the advantages of using long acting meds . It would be pretty radical to go straight to a pump or implant before trying oral meds. ... (10 replies)
... Medial branch nerves are the very small nerve branches that communicate pain caused by the facet joints in the spine. These nerves do not control any muscles or sensation in the arms or legs. ... (2 replies)




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