First Do No Harm: The DEA targets Physicians who treat their patients pain.

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I have lived with chronic arthritis pain, epileptic nervous e pain, I have had open heart surgery, and post traumatic stress disorder. I have been seeing Dr Stephen Rodriguez, on Lake Sierra, Dallas, TX for about 8 years now and I was close to suicide because I couldn't get the help I needed to get rid of the pain. The government needs to allow these doctors that have the means and knowledge to take the pain away from patients like me to do thier job and stay out of the way. After all they do have a license to administer what they think is correct. Let them do their jobs.
I am suffering and in pain due to Degenerative disc disease. My doctor will prescribe only 30 pills for 30 days. He is afraid of all the bad publicity behind pain pills. In the meantime I suffer.
You really need to reverse the new law's you have put into effect, lately! I am not going to write down all the reasons why. They are doing more harm than saving people's lives that are in so much pain they have no life. I will call my Governor, Senators, and Congressional Representatives and give them an earful. I believe you have done this (laws) to give an appearance of good to hide your own evil deeds!
I have a herniated disc, degenerative disc disease, and arthritis in my back. I am suffering through inability to sleep, work full-time, and a mom to 2 beautiful little boys. I have already had one microdiscectomy and will most likely have a 2nd. My doctor is refusing to treat me saying he is more concerned about his license. That seems really odd to me. He said he isn't too concerned about my being able to take care of what I need to. This is from my own primary care doctor at the VA. I am seen at the pain clinic and said it is up to my primary care doctor and that they 100% understand and that my MRI supports my symptom of severe pain.
I'm stuck in bed in pain for 4 months now. Doctors will not treat my pain. My kids no longer have a mother and I've lost my job. I cannot handle the pain and either suicide or heroin is next and I really don't want to go down those roads but I cannot live this way much longer.
My daughter is 16 yrs old and at this moment she is in the hospital with brain damage and the doctors only had on pain meds no more than 4..5 months and now they are taking off less than 2..3weeks and I feel life they r profiling me and my daughter she has never been sick before nor she has never took any drugs pill she don't even like mortrin so if any knows a Great lawyer in Columbus Ohio please contact me at shalondalewis@ymail.com thank you and Godbless you
What would happen if no one would go to a doctor because they were being discriminated because of their chronic pain? That's an enormous amount of people who wouldn't need medical insurance.
My boyfriend has been dealing with chronic back pain for many years and has had two surgeries so far and a staff infection in between and is in constant pain. He's been to many pcps specialists ers and pain clinics with no help at all. In fact the last pain clinic he went to the Dr told him he was too young to be put on pain meds. He's 34. I do no time want to see him turn to street drugs which he is close to doing. He needs help and the way he's been treated is unforgivable.
I suffer from a spinal cord injury and my pain is very real. I don't like having to take pain medication but without it my life is unbearable and I have to work to support myself.
The DEA has no place in the medical community, and needs to redirect it's efforts back to illegal drugs.

Until an alternate, effective treatment can be found doctors need to be allowed to prescribe narcotics to patients in chronic pain - patients who are in pain every single day for the rest of their lives with no cure.

The DEA is violating the basic human rights of patients in pain with their overly strict laws and scare tactics towards doctors and pharmacists. All Americans have the right to the pursuit of happiness, and for many of us that pursuit begins with a life in which our pain is controlled with adequate, legal and available pain medication.
This isn't just about me. It's about those who have no voice. Those who suffer needlessly. The addicts seem to get a hold of what they want, so does it really help anyone to ignore the oath you took?
I have been made to feel like a liar because I am in constant pain
Chronic pain sufferer and labled and discgarged unfairly and no other doctor will treat my chronic pain. Do no harm?
Its not right to keep doctors from doing their job. They took an oath too! I feel if there is enough evidence in the patients file to support treatment for pain then the DEA needs to stay out of it.
Its not right to keep doctors from doing their job. They took an oath too! I feel if there is enough evidence in the patients file to support treatment for pain then the DEA needs to stay out of it.
My GP used to treat my stenosis he retired a new quak came in his place long story short he told me I can't continue on these Meds even tho I had passed urine screens etc it was easy for him to terminate me as a patient after I had received 8 years of treatment with no issues . This is a crime by him family clinic oak ridge Tn He wouldn't give referral to pain clinic he didn't offer any help when Iam out of Meds and could die from withdrawal all he cares about is his own*****thanks DEA what now that cannabis is legal you have to go after doctors patients DEA is the problem !
Doctors should not be bullied by DEA and and should have the ability to diagnose and treat their patients without fear. In the govt/DEA's zeal to legislate pain medications they are hindering patients with legitimate medical needs from receiving the care they need and deserve.
I have severe kyphoscoliosis and I'm sick of people watching me pee when I'm NOT doing illegal drug's and I take my meds exactly as prescribed! It makes me in more pain sitting on the toilet for along time just to prove myself to anyone and it's wrong plain and simple...
I think the only way to fix this is as patients to go to Congress and chew them out and let them hold hearings and call the dogs off of us because this is not only the violation of our constitutional right but also a human rights abuse. We have the right to enjoy the scientific breakthroughs of our country. Not the gov't org. but a private entity.
I am a pharmacist, I love helping people, I know that the DEA is behind this discrimination of people seeking pain relief. The wholesale company that sells my pharmacy medications has told me that they are considering not selling to me anymore because of the number of controlled substances my pharmacy dispenses. The drug
wholesalers hire ex-DEA agents to come into our pharmacy to "talk" and try to strong arm pharmacists into their model of compliance. I have spoken with pharmacy benefit management (insurance companies) who openly admit to discrimatory practices of opiate meds in refusal to pay or putting the patients through unneeded reviews prior to approving coverage of the medications. Please tell all your friends, loved ones, co-workers to sign this petition. We will all suffer at some point in life if we continue to remain silent!
The DEA is responsible for my husband's death after they investigated him for being a "piill mill" doctor. He lost his practice, declared bankruptcy and left the practice of medicine for four years. Then, out of the blue, they informed him that their investigation was closed and that he had been cleared of any suspicions. Of course, he had lost his health due to the stress of those years of fear, distress, and financial ruin. Six months after learning that he could get his DEA registration back and he anticipated getting a KY medical license, he died from complications following open heart surgery due to CHF. He knew that the mind, body, and spirit were integrally connected but apparently the DEA only worries about its conviction record and getting hides on the wall. I have lost faith in my government and in the country that I once proudly served as a Naval chaplain. Thanks, DEA
diagnosed with a kidney stone my doctor told me he cannot give me any pain medication. i should take Tylenol. well if you look on the bottle Tylenol it can cause liver damage. i have been in extreme pain and cannot get anything for it. there is all the proof and tests done to show why i need a pain medication yet he said he no longer gives out prescription narcotics. he sent me to a specialist, who in turn sent me back to him. .
diagnosed with a kidney stone my doctor told me he cannot give me any pain medication. i should take Tylenol. well if you look on the bottle Tylenol it can cause liver damage. i have been in extreme pain and cannot get anything for it. there is all the proof and tests done to show why i need a pain medication yet he said he no longer gives out prescription narcotics. he sent me to a specialist who sent me back to him this is ridiculous.
Absurd. Totally absurd. Here I am age 65 and facing a future of going to 7-11 corners or taking up drinking which I do not do, to alliviate pain. The DEA IS NUTS.
I had back surgery 3 years ago and has since had constant back pain since the surgery. My doctor prescribed me with Hydrocodone and it helps eases the pain throughout the day. With the use of the medication, I am able to work full time again with minimal pain. I have never requested more than my doctor prescribed to me. Now my doctor refuses to refill my medication. I had to go to emergency just to ease the pain but the Tylenol 3 are not working. I have missed days from work because of the pain and just don't what to do right now. How will I continue to provide for my family when I am missing so many days from work due to the pain? It's just not fair! Until DEA feels the pain that I go through on a daily basis will they understand how wrong they are for treating us like this.
If it weren't for the courage of my pain management Dr. to prescribe me adequate doses of narcotic pain relievers i would not be able to work, fish, hike, or play with my children. Shame on the DEA
I have had chronic, intractable pain for almost 50 years, due to congenital spinal deformIty. I was misdiagnosed, for 10 years, having my first corrective surgery in 1973. After the birth of my first child I lost the reflexes in my lower extremities and needed emergency surgery to prevent permanent damage. I did loose some function but was able to return to work. My pain was successfully controlled with propoxyphene 65, which worked well and was pulled from the market in 2010, Between 1981 and 2001 I ended up needing 6 more, "reconstructive" surgeries, which were disasterous. I acquired flat back syndrome, from Knodt rod insturmentation inappropriately used for spinal stabilization. Had a surgery to repair this damage, suffered a spinal fracture, post op from over distraction of the Texas Scottish Rights Hardware, placed to realign my spine. I then got a nosacomial MRSA osteomyelitis in my spine, which nearly took my life. When the infection cleared I had another surgery to repair the spinal fracture and further stabilize my spine. The pain from these surgeries and the spinal infection necessitated an increase in pain medication to MS Contin, with propoxyphene 65 for breakthrough pain.In 1998, the hardware broke and the MRSA osteomyelitis recurred. I had that hardware removed and in 2001 needed a 7th surgery for spinal restabalization . I lost bladder function, developed a drop foot, wore a leg brace and used a wheelchair and crutches. I slowly got myself to a point where the meds were working well enough that I was able to, eventually loose the brace and walk with crutches. Eventually one crutch, then no crutches. I returned to my profession, as an R.N. in an acute ICU care setting. I worked for 7 years, continuing to take my MS Contin and Darvon 65. I never had any side effects,or,"high", from the meds. It made me.functional and able to concentrate on the very critical condition of my patients and give excellent care. In 2008, I was struck by a car, inside a.local store, when a murderer, fleeing from police, crashed into the store running me down. My doctor said that I was lucky to have survived. It took me 5 years to recover. All Propoxyphene was pulled from the market, in 2010. I have an inability to tolerate many other pain meds, so my MS Contin needed to be increased. It worked for me, along with an anti seizure drug, for a non epileptic seizure disorder, and an occasional sleeping pill, as I suffer from PTSD, secondary to being a victim of a motor vehicle assault. Between 2010 and now, I have had more andore difficult getting scripts for MS Contin filled,.often having to go without, for several weeks, due to stock shortages or unavailability. I moved back to my home state last fall, tried for 3 months to get in to see physicians I'd seen and been treated by during all of my spinal surgeries. It took 4 months to get an appointment, which is in a week. I ran out of my pain meds almost 2.months ago and couldn't get any help. It so
For the most part I've been lucky. I now have a great doctor who treats me as a patient not a drug seeker, and a wonderful pharmacy. But I did go to one pain clinic that did monthly urine tests and was supposed to send patients out for blood tests 2x a year. I went and had a blood test and failed. They said I showed negative for my pain med in my system so I must be selling them. As if. I'm in pain and dependent upon them I can't give them to others. I knew that had to be wrong and discussed with my clinic and they sd the test didn't lie so I called the lab that did the test and they looked into it and got back to me saying the test done was for abuse of and shows negative unless I'm using more meds that I should be. My dr said that I was wrong they ordered a test to see if any meds were in my system and refused to look at the written proof from the lab as to what test was administered on my blood and what the results mean. They refused to speak to the lab on the phone or even accept a fax and refused to give me their office fax number. I have never felt so angry, hurt, and offended in my life. Luckily for me it was a good thing. While I had some anxiety and such til I was able to see a new pain doctor my pcp filled my meds until my appointment at the new dr and it turned out to be the best thing that could have happened. The dr who terminated me (yes that's how they put it too, due to your abuse of our service and your medication we are terminating you. Lmao) saw me 1x a month and I peed in a cup and she asked how I was feeling, and wrote me a script all in all 10 minutes. Yet had to wait hours to see the dr as she scheduled many people for the same time slots. My dr I have now is amazing. He doesn't just write me a script, he has performed a number of procedures trying to help things, and spends 15 to 20 minutes with me at the least every appointment. Which is now every 3 months as things are somewhat stable right now. Currently options have been exhausted as far as anything but medication but at least he tried many things b4 just saying here's your meds. And I have other meds besides just narcotics to help. So while it sucked being treated that way I was lucky and found a great pain specialist, but even so I have been there and I think it is atrocious to treat people as all the same MIT should be an individual basis, innocent until proven guilty n all that rot. If we were treated like this, like a criminal at say the market or the bank just because someone had shoplifted or robbed them you'd have a hell of a lawsuit. It's time drs are left alone and allowed to be doctors, and not expected to act like detectives or probation officers.
since I've moved to Florida 3 years ago I have had nothing but problems trying to get my prescriptions filled.. I have been asked by the pharmacist for my MRI, my xrays and other treatment that my doctor has tried. I've been told I have to have two non narcotic prescriptions for every narcotic prescription or they will not fill them.. I've been told they won't accept my insurance because they take too long to pay they want cash only. Recently on a Thursday the pharmacist said I would have to wait until Monday since my doctor was closed on Friday because she has to verify with the doctor, however I only had enough pills for the rest of Thursday night which is why I was getting them filled. pharmacist said it was not her problem. however without my refills I would begin withdrawal within 24 hours. I have also been told the pharmacy is no longer accepting new patients. I have been embarrassed in front of my children ,who already suffer because of mychronic pain. I moved here from Michigan and I never had a problem with my prescriptions in Michigan. I am mortified that my life is left in the hands the pharmacist who is already prejudiced against opioid treatment and a doctor who is terrified of losing their license. if people were unable to get there heart medication or diabetes medications there would be an uproar, it's time somebody did something about this before we have mass suicide of chronic pain patients.
Years ago there was no long term treatment for pain now that there is life is so much better. It's so hard to get a good doctor my last doctor would refuse to hear any of my issues she was so worried about my pain Meds. Doctors are too scared to treat pain and yes I get treated like a drug addict at the pharmacy.
I AM DISABLED, Live with chronic pain daily . Intense daily pain is totally disabling. Horrible. Government DEA should stay out of Doctors and Patients business. We need help not censoring.
The government (DEA) has no business telling educated doctors how they can and cannot treat their patients! No more than the fools on Capitol Hill have telling doctors that they cannot perform abortions that they were trained to perform. Get government out of our personal lives NOW!
I too have chronic pain and in 32. I was in a car crash in 2003 and after 5 years my neck started bothering me. I had started cosmetology school using my arms and mid back more. I was miserable during school with nothing to eliminate pain. I didn't have $4-500.00 for pain management and I had moved to Florida where I had learned about abundance of people addicted to prescription drugs which made it very difficult to be seen and treated properly. After all this i by chance got in to see a very nice Dr. Which allowed me pain medicine based on me also getting rear ended in 2009. He has since passed on and unfortunately the Dr. I ended up with isn't as thorough but it is what it is i suppose. My quality of life has taken a hit but if I didn't have something sufficient when I do hurt i would be even more miserable. I do believe in exercising and strengthening your muscles if your able. Pain doesn't get better especially if your not able to move around. I try to see how in feeling that day, get up and move around, and do some house work. But my biggest challenge will be to quit smoking. I dont depend on my medicine because of staying aware of the dependency but more so (if taking my medicine as prescribed hasn't worked that day...... I dont take more) i try and relax or soak in the tub a short time. My husband has been in many wrecks and says he doesn't want pain medicine now because when he gets even older he wants something to work still Lola. (Makes sense as well) As americans/younger generation we need to be educated on all matters but lets face it there are going to be people of all spectrum's that misuse our resources causing the one to follow, to suffer. You can't control someone else's life their hurting themselves and some also are hurting ones around them. This will be till the end of time. But there are still ones that have limited monies or help and their in pain and to make it so hard to see a physician for All Matters really is disappointing as I am a young adult seeing what there may not be, for our future (of ALL areas).....?
i have been disabled going on 13 years now. I live in pain everyday all day. I have been taking pain meds for a long time and it's not that I want to take them it's because I have to if I want any kind of life. Our Government has discriminated against me by not letting me receive the treatment my doctors say I need. Just so happens there is nothing doctors can do for me except try and help me manage the pain I am in. I have to go through so much crap to get these meds my dictors prescribe for me if am able to get them filled at all. I can't tell you how many times I have gone through withdrawals just because some pharmacy is too scared to fill my scripts. I have been going to Walgreens for a very long time they know me when I or my wife walk in the door but I have problems getting my meds because they run out. They tell me it's because they are only allowed to have just so many at the store. So if they run out we are left running all over the country for meds.
I've been out of town and not be able to get my meds because the government thinks because I'm not in my hometown I'm shopping for drugs. Come on. I know there are problems with misusing scripts but that shouldn't have anything to do with me. You guys are elected officials and we trusted you to look after our needs. Help us our we get someone that will
I have a problem getting my morpheme.If the pharmacy is out I have waited in agony for a week till they get stock.If I go to any other pharmacy My Doctor fires me for breach of contract and I must go to the streets for heroin.If they planned to create addicts or kill chronic pain suffers their plan is working.
I too have become a "victim of discrimination" for about a year now!! I fell THROUGH my "Hurricane Sandy" floor, severely damaging my Hip and Back, that has now contributed to severe Nerve Damage throughout my body. I am on Long Island in NY and deal with this ridiculousness of not being able to get my much-needed Medication, ALL the time. I have an established relationship with my CVS Pharmacy, and have been on Oxycodone for 1 year now Regardless of the them knowing me for 18 years, after living here, them KNOWING the WHOLE STORY of what happened and how I damaged my Hip and Back, I still get the run-around. There are months in which I have had to drive (actually someone has to drive me, because when in so much Pain, I usually can't) to 15 different CVS' and stand there like an IDIOT explaining the story to every single one of them, and usually get the Story of "they" don't keep them in stock, or hope that "they" see I am NOT a Crack Addict, but just someone that is really in need of them in order to not be Bed-Riddin. This whole experience has opened my eyes as to what is happening out there and I will sign the Petitions now, if I have to, and would do more, IF I had the strength too, which I don't. The word PAIN is in my head every minute of every day for a Year & a 1/2 now and I can't even FIND a Pain Mgmt Dr that prescribes Opiods anymore..... This whole system is out of whack. I understand what the Gov't thinks they are doing to keep it out of the hands of kids and abuse, but it's getting ridiculous now. Please HELP ME and OTHERS that are SUFFERING on a Daily Basis...Thank you
I too suffer from chronic back pain that limits all activities. Over the counter medications do nothing for me anymore. At one point I was taking 3200 mg of ibuprofen a day, sometimes switching amount with aspirin. My stomach can no longer take it. I used to get hydrocodone at 5-10mg but haven't in over a year because inability of physician to prescribe. I would only take 1 a day sometimes every other day along with more ibuprofen. I didn't want to build a tolerance to the hydro because on really bad days I needed it to function. Simple daily chores are a nightmare and I'm constantly battling a messy house because I can't keep up. I have used alcohol to deaden the pain but that is even worse causing mood swings. I could make my prescription of 30 days last 2 months but still was treated like a drug addict. I'm very angry that people in the same position cannot get the medication they so desperately need. However members of congress, you and your families, hollywood actors, models, those in the music industry seem to have no problem with access to multiple opiats, morphine, cannabis oils, uppers , downers anything you want. What's wrong with this picture? We are simply trying to function at a somewhat normal ability. This problem needs to be addressed! Oh and one more thing when was the last time you took a **** test!!!!!!!
I think its down right disgusting that we have to hurt & have to even ask for something for pain in the first place,yes I am in pain & I'd like to be able to get up & clean my house,maybe plant some flowers for spring,but there's not a Dr around that will help me,I've never Dr hopped but I'm ready to, I'd love to have a better quality of life, and not be treated as a dope head,all this is doing is causing people to buy from the people who DO get them that don't need them in the first place.
People are in "REAL" pain! And the Doctors are afraid of the DEA! Does the DEA have their Doctor Degree? I agree some so called "DOCTORS " are only in it for the money, but why make us in real pain suffer? I don't get it! There has to be a better way.
Is there a pain pill problem in this country ? Yes, there is !!! A solution needs to be made though, to help the people in chronic pain and not to lump us as all crazy addicts when we are not !! I would like to be able to clean my house ! Is that really to much to ask for ??? Give Drs back the right to care for their patients and please educate them on giving pain pills in a reasonable and responsible manner. Why do we all have to suffer because of DEA's stupid attempt at cleaning up abusers, that has failed miserably and has only hurt those of us who are good, responsible citizens in pain. The whole country has gone mad over this !!!
A few years ago, my father was dying from pancreatic cancer, one of the more painful ones, we were told. I took him to a pain clinic. The very first think they did was to read him the riot act. No early refills, no lost prescriptions, no higher doses without seeing the doctor, no pain meds from any other doctor but this one, and so forth and so on. They didn't even bother to ask him what he was there for before they began treating him like a drug seeker. He was 70 years old and dying. He deserved more respect than that. And now, I find myself in chronic pain as well. My doctor does her best to keep me comfortable, but we've given up on achieving pain free. You need to stop and think about what you are doing to those of us in chronic, severe pain. How are we supposed to live? How are we supposed to function? You start punishing doctors for doing their job, then you also start punishing the innocent. What have I done to deserve to live in this level of pain? What has my doctor done wrong by helping me? The answer to both of those questions: absolutely nothing.
I am in so much pain every day that it impairs my ability to function and complete simple tasks like grocery shopping. My doctor undertreats my pain which means that I spend most of my days at home in tears. How can we be expected to live like this?
It's very hard to even get a doctor this shouldn't be now my doc I currently have all ways says why don't Medicaid pay us I hear it every time I go it's not my problem my problem is getting well
Chronic Regional Pain Syndrome is a constant burning, electric, sharp pain that rates very high on the pain scale. I have had this condition for 20 years. After a series of painful treatments I still have pain that is a 7 out of 10 with pain medicine. It is infuriating that because of the few people who abuse the system, it screws up everything for everyone else.
I take pain medications daily to treat chronic pain and fibromyalgia. I also take a different pain medication to treat my endometriosis two weeks out of every month.
I understand why there needs to be stricter requirements in order to obtain pain medications. However, not every one is a drug seeker. There are a majority of us out there that are seriously suffering needlessly in pain everyday because doctors are afraid to prescribe those medications that would relieve their pain.
As a patient who suffers from long term pain, I am so tired of being looked at and treated like a drug abuser. I have no quality of life without meds. I don't want to get high, I want to get out of bed! I take my meds as prescribed. However, I know my doctors are being monitored and being pushed to get people off of painkillers. Why not take insulin from diabetics? Take away blood pressure medications? Blood thinners? Why? Because no doctor in their right minds would allow that to happen to their patients. Chronic pain is no different than any other disease. Stop legislating and let doctors do their job, which is taking care of the health of their patients.
I chose quality over quantity long ago.Without my medication I would not be able to walk (what little I can now) breath w/o pain,have anything that resembles a life. This decision is mine to make where with education I'm fully informed on all of the risks,side effects and regular checkups with my many Drs. I'm closely regulated have never once went outside of doctor prescribed medication.It is very hard when you have a life planned for yourself than due to someone else it was taken away.I was a battered wife, which left me with broken breast implants leaving me with Silicone Poisoning throughout my entire body.The closest thing Drs. can relate to it is Lupus. My joints stick,I fall from hip dislocations,sores that will not heal,atrophy everywhere on my body, hair loss, severe migraines, sleepless nights from pain any scale from 1-10 than from a car accident an Achilles that will not heal so my heal is 3.5 inches from touching the floor.My elbow may be in the middle of my chest or my collar bone stuck where my cleavage is. Night sweats or chills that lasts for days and immune system that is as weak as a new borns.
I take supplements, do not eat red meat, eat organic as much as my less than 4 figures a month allows. No sugar, no caffeine,no additives,no eating out (ever) still deal with colon problems. The arthritis in itself is like that of a 80 year old all of my bones are bowed and I have anxiety attacks that just make me angry . This is not why I went to school or had almost perfect 4.0. It was not the plan. Then to have people who have no idea how we suffer to decide they are controlling our medication or taking more of it away have no clue what real pain patients deal with on a daily basis. Maybe you deal with criminals but please do not make our doctors who are trying to help us feel like they are going to lose their license because they care. We want to try to enjoy our life,as much as we possibly can. There are no vacations, or extended plans our plans are around Dr. appointments or anxiety dealing with stuff like this. America is full of real criminals, even elected people who get paid helping them however me for one is tired if fighting with what little strength I have. I can tell a fraud in a second maybe less, why than are we suffering because you can't? Is it not cost effective? There are many of us whom you can put together a board who would gladly help you figure this out,clean up the dirty and help the sick people in pain go about their lives.
There is one HUGE difference we would gladly if had the choice rather to never take another pill the rest of our lives of possible.Most of us never go to Emergency Rooms, on a whole we all pray,share information on natural ,organic supplements,foods that help, exercise if possible(many can't exercise however do from bed,chair etc.) what I'm saying you are trying to put 2 groups of people in on mold when we are extremely different. Why not get us together, make up a panel of us and get yo
I am allergic to pain meds put can take one if really bad and can't take the pain . I have tmj implants, 4 fusions cervical. ibs, diverticulitis, diverticulosis, spastic colon, low pack burned nerve, anxiety, fibromyalgia for car accident 1985 holding back on medicine for those who need it is a crime in my book !! or and osto arthritis and psoriatic arthritis,. I am writing this for myself and also for my Fibromyalgia group these conditions some are from fibromyalgia oh and eye problems now also from the fibromyalgia Please help us !! 30 years dealing with this...Lift the lock hold on Doctors !!!
If you had Fibromyalgia and arthritis and a dozen other chronic diseases you wouldn't have to even wonder why some of us need our pain medication and not the added hassle of getting it from our doctors.

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