Wow 3600! I did start on 300 x1 at night, and slowly graduated. I am now only doing 900 a day. Your description is better than mine with the "light headed drunk". It is exactly what I am feeling. I am also noticeing pain releif in my leg and hand already! I am so thrilled to see some light in this very dark back pain world that I had to post.View Thread
Last week was my first trip to the Spine Pain Management Clinic. The last time I visited this site there was alot of negative talk about the clinic "taking" everyone's meds. I sure am glad I read the posts and was prepared for this, or I would have responded like I did on the posts, which was anger. Thanks CT Beth for the info! What I found at the clinic were real caring people who dont want to take my meds, they just don't want me to become an addict. I get it now. Just had to write this, just for the record. I was put on Neurontin, been on it for about five (5) days and am starting to experience a HUGE EUPHORIA. Anyone else experience this? Is it normal?View Thread
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