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Thank YOU,And I ALSO understand your concerns to my questions and why you would be wondering why i want to know, as YES I will be talking to my Dr. and at the end of the day, YES Is IS up to him on what and how much I get for Pain. Sorry IF anyone misread what I was asking here and NO I am NOT on to high of a dosage for the length of time I have been on these dam things, and last but not least..........
Hi my names Butch I’m 21 years old this is my first time posting on the internet, I’ve been reading the comments on this site for a while now and it has given me the strength to decide to stop cold turkey at home. I’ve been using Percocet, and Vicodin for about a year taking 5 to 7 10mg pills a day, in the past 3 months I’ve tried quitting by tapering the amount but since I had them on me I took whenever I felt like it.
Hi and welcome to Part 50! Wow part 50. Please make yourself at home. Snuggle down. It'll be a bumpy ride but I know you Tramadol Warrirors can do it!
My doc ended up prescribing Ultram as an experiment to see how it would work. I find for me it is great. I take it as prescribed (2 tablets) in the am and before I go to bed. I do not hurt nearly as much when I take it, and I can function much better than I used to. I still use hot, cold and exercise as a form of pain relief, but Ultram takes the edge off of the constant ache that I used to have.
Sounds crazy, but I had to go to ER and threaten suicide eventually just to get something to help. Pain level 9-10 constant will drive anyone crazy. As for the butt head above that says surgery works. For most people it does, but there is a reason our surgeons make us sign all those papers before surgery releasing libility incase it does not. Thats one thing that frustrated me. My surgeon treating me that way (and it got worse) as if all surgerys are sucessfull and it was in my head.
, don't leave the doctor's office unless they can give a very good explanation for why neuralgia would not be worth considering (and then prepare to watch the doctor try to fish for an answer). The reality is that any spine surgery carries the risk of ne ve damage, so any chronic post-op pain is potentially due to nerve trauma during surgery.
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