I have had spinal spondylosis for the last 8 years and now have a pseudotumor in my brain. I am in constant pain and am sick of narcotics and was looking for a more natural for of pain relief. Plus I am constantly nauseas from the tumor and the pain in my spine. Does anyone have any information they can offer on marinol for me?View Thread
Yea i am not really looking for it for my spondylosis I was thinking more for the pseudotumor cerebri. I never sleep and I'm always nauseas from the pain. I cannot take neurontin, I get all the crazy side effects from it. My pain management doctor NEVER returned my calls so he doesn't even know I have this. My pcp actually sent me to the neurologist. I'm in no way looking to get high I am looking for relief without narcotics. Thank you for getting back to me Beth i appreciate it.View Thread
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