I'm in a very similar situation. I am a 23 year old male and in chronic everyday migraine pain. It's constant...and absolutely miserable for years. I've tried everything in the book but only Oxy helps. ALL the doctors will not prescribe it so my only choice is to self-medicate. I do not chew, snort, or inject it. I am not an abuser. But my guilt of buying them illegally...and spending WAY too much money on such little has taken it's toll. Plus, I am scared of withdrawals and not doing it right. All I want is a doctor who will work with me but I am scared they will think of me as an abuser just looking to get pills. I don't know what to do!
As far as success, it does work for me. THAT'S what is so frustrating...the only thing that ACTUALLY works docs wont give me.View Thread
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