Please do not speak like that about hurting yourself or your life, it is precious!!!! Please listen to all the people who are trying to help you you sound like you do not no which way to go in this spiral life of pain we all live in. Go to a Doctor who has a knowlage in Pain they could help you greatly with your suffering, I have a horrible pain syndrome that hit me 7 year's ago. It took over my life, completely over night I was a healthy person & in 24 hours I was in a wheelchair , with a burning pain all through my body. No one could touch me because I was burning so badly and it just got worst & worst. I do not want to talk about me it is you I am worried about. Please if you want to e-mail me feel free. Please take care of yourself & believe in the Lord he willn never forsake you. Let me know how it work's out with your visit with a good Pain Speacialist. View Thread
Thank you Annette & Bren,Bren for caring, I feel like I finally found two caring people. Maybe I have to give the Oxycontin time to get into my body. I was on Oxy's a long time ago when I was with another Pain Doctor but he had me on 80mg's three times a day I have been on Methadone from the very beginning but this is the most I ever been on. I feel like I need more Oxy's then 40 mg's 3 times a day, I go back to him on the 8 of April. The only problem he only gave me 60 tablets for a month that does not make a month's time if you take 3 pills a day. So i will be out of them for a few day's and right now I cannot afford anymore problems in my life, but I guess I will have to grin & bear it for those day's. Once again I met two great people on this site, I will talk to you soon & let you know how I am making out. May God Bless You Both My Dear New Friend's, & I will be praying for you both & everyone here!!!!!!!! The PirateView Thread
Hi everyone new to site, I am also on Methadone for my RSD pain & Neuropathy pain's in my hand's & feet, & leg's. My Pain Doctor up my Meth to 6 tablet's 3x's a day, 10 mg's & he took me off Morphine Sulfate 30 mg's 4 times a day. Now he swicthed me to 40 mg's of Oxycontin 3 times a day so I am not feeling my med's like when i was on the morphine. Is Morphine stronger then the Oxycontin's????? I am looking for another pain mangement doctor this guy does not know what he is doing. He has to call another doctor to ask what to give his patients, he does not even know what i have wrong with me. My legs swell to twice the size that i cannot even put on shoe's or wear my pant's have to wear a size 11 slipper & baggy pants. I only weigh 100 pounds & this jerk has the gull to ask me what is the matter with me, sick isn't it??? I just found out i may have a tumor in my stomach or somewhere else in my body, so i have to be operated on in April sometime. It never ends it just goes on & on in my life, just lost my dad in Aug. Then my mom got sick right after him, I am trying to take care of her, but sometimes she acts like she does not care about me. I pray so hard for my higher power to end all of this at times but i am a fighter, it just hurts so bad that noone believes me. I am sorry to complain to all of you, please forgive me. I just wanted to ask one of you was i better off on the Morhine then the Oxycontin's the patch never helped me either. Kat if you ever want to e-mail me please feel free and any other's. God Bless All Of You I Will Be Praying For All Of You, Love, The PirateView Thread
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