Hi I have been on the patches for five years now I'm on 150 mg/h I find the best place for them is about 20cm s above ur wrist but I will say the side affects are horrible and once on them it's hard to get off you could try ketamine insteadView Thread
Could you email me the study I have suffered with crps fybromialgia peripheral neuropathy for over five years and they seem to just be leaving me to suffer just because they don't know enough my last appointment my pain doctor said "you will have to come to terms with the fact we can't do anything and your body produces its own pain killer " I hit the roof as it was there fault in the first place I know I'm in the uk but I'm desperate in need of help I have seriously considered ending it or seriously injuring myself so they would have to listen my 80% of my body is in sever pain 24/7 and over the last month I am struggling to breath properly any help is welcome
Thanks kathView Thread
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