My pain Doc says hey go to web md and just check it out,well what a mistake lots of negative remarks...
Posted by An_260038
My pain Doc says hey go to web md and just check it out,well what a mistake lots of negative remarks apparently from very negative people,this is why i tell my Doc I'm not a website kind of person reading how others bash and try to bully people,never taking his advice on this subject again,miserable people writing miserable things about others,great thanks Doc Laugh Out loudView Thread
To anyone new to this Our community,there are people on this site that think they Rule the site and Try to be intimidating to others with Every repeat Every Right to this site as themselves, but think they can dictate what is said,just keep on keeping on,these folks have way to much free time and nothing better to do than harrass othersView Thread
what do you do one a single person completely shuts down a community? As have been done here. I for one have decided to boycott WebMD. I hope others will do as their heart tells them. Please write WebMD and let them know how you feel about all this hatred.View Thread
Just wondering if anyone had any knowledge of if it's ok to take Norco for breakthrough pain while on the...
Posted by An_260030
Just wondering if anyone had any knowledge of if it's ok to take Norco for breakthrough pain while on the butrans patch? Or does one cancel the other out, and if so, which one is cancelled, if anyone knows? Thanks!View Thread
You Don't so go to I know everything about everyone community ,you are obviously looking to trash people,hey what ever makes you feel better then maybe you should go push over a wheelchair person idiotView Thread
They ( Doctors) are never wrong and certainly never going to admit it and they do not get paid to be wrong,wrong or not once you serender that much of yourself to someone your at there mercy if they are equipped with any,don't get me wrong I've met a lot of really nice people during this screwed up time of my life but i never wanted to meet nice people i wanted help for my bad back and am still waiting for the latterView Thread
Medical care is Not about making you feel better or lesson you're pain it's about making money off of people who have unfortunately become patients my surgeon made a lot on bonuses from doing fusion surgery when fusion surgery and technics were changing fast and should have offered the opportunity to wait for better technics and methods but you don't get paid to wait.if your doc mentions fusion and surgery start looking for the door and use it.biggest mistake i ever made, that was 11 surgeries two spinel stims countless injections creams fetynol patches the only thing I got was a bad habit and a feeling of being a burden my wife is my nurse not my wife i am her patient nothing more i feel for anyone about to or that are already dealing with this type of condition. I am at the end of this effed up journey just a short amount of time cause there is one definite way out and no more pain no more pills no more hang in there no more it will get better. I Hope the next person considering back surgery sees this and doesn't go through with it,i will have had purpose or at least felt like itView Thread
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