Not an alcoholic but will not have any meds soon....Doc doesn't care about patients anymore.....Do what they say or no meds and I don't have $500.00 at a doc's whim for drug tests because they feel secure with them.....View Thread
In my opinion first immediate care should be "Control the pain". Then work out the rest.... I was offered pain meds and didn't take them....4 months later I ask the same doctor for them and she said no...My husband went to her and got a 90 day supply.....MY pain spiraled out of control.....It took 4 years to get them.....Gaga will be back on her feet before most of us can get an appointment with the apprioriate doctor....With or without pain meds....View Thread
P.S. I my experience (pain mgt, surgeon..) doctors offices are lying and blaming the DEA/government (Not specific to Federal or State) for their policies....Whe you doctor's office tells you something call your local DEA.....View Thread
2004 Republican Congress.....2006 Democrat Congress.....If this was overturned they why are doctors still paranoid.....An excuse for Insurance companies to raise rates?.....Damaged reputations?....I have to watch out for my self instead of my patients?....If doctors aren't overprescribing then they have nothing to be afraid of.....30 day supply with 2 refills, one month apart.....I can live with that and in my opinion doctors should be able to too....View Thread
Curing Cancer? There are cons everywhere.....A patient for life can be applied to pain mgt also.....Chiro is a form of therapy....Xrays are taken by mine and he won't touch someone that shows problems.View Thread
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