Try Curamin... I tried a one time sample and it worked better than any drug. As soon as I am approved for disability, I will get it. It' costs around $60.00 for a month supply, I don't have any income so I have to wait. I have heard others that it works for, but they don't have than money either.
Right now I see doctors at a free clinic and get my meds directly from the companies for free. I filled out an application with Pro Health to see if they will cover the cost for me to attend a pain clinic, they will cover 100%! Talk to your clinic and hospitals, they may have programs for free or reduced cost.View Thread
Hi, I started Cymbalta in the spring and have gained weight... I was even in a wheelchair during winter and spring months but weigh more now. I plan on talking to the doctor about it. Cold bothers me also, that's how I ended up in the wheelchair; hope this winter I will do better.
I drink chamomile tea in the evening to relax me and take melatonin to help with sleep. Took myself off a sleep aid in October that I had been on for 10 years. Body is still adjusting, and I don't always get sleep; but at least I'm not dragging all day!View Thread
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