I have tried everything but.There is the old joke that" it may not help your pain,but you won't care as much" I have considered it but my fear is what if it works! Now,I've got to worry about legality,getting it,drug tests and paying for it!Most of our meds get us buzzed to some degree even if we get used to it. I have had a pain pump since nov 2012,with Dilaudid and take Neurontin and Cymbalta but still have a hard time going to anyplace with normal temperatures. Highly sensitive to anything but warm temperatures Meds in pump still being adjusted so will stick with this for now.I wonder if Dr Maine sees anything wrong with using this if it helps? People say it is only used to get high but take the alcohol out of booze and see who still drinks! Stay safe folks. TomView Thread
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