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Oramorph Does It Work For Back Pain ?
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Hi Ive just made the BIG mistake of insisting on going to what we have in Scotland called a Pain Management clinic
On my first visit I was basically made to feel like a fake and in less pain than I actually am . I will not go into that side of it too much .
My question to those with back pain and perhaps trapped sciatic nerves |> Do you or have you used the likes of a Morphine based Drug to help with said Back pain and did it work for you .

This "Doctor" informed me that I am mistaken… read more

posted August 29, 2016
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I am with you on drugs can cause other issues but when we have pqin we need them .My view is take as little as you can and use all other alternatives pysio, meditation change diet especially look at anti-inflammatory diet.have a few self hypnosis session so that if I really severe youcan count backwards down satirs and go to a place you visualize in your head like Hawaii.but sometimes you just can't be painfre.Most of the time I am patient accept little improvements ove rtime it can get better move if you can work on entire body and soul

posted November 2, 2016
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I have been using narcotics for 15 years for lower back pain and sciatica. I used oral morphine for 3 1/2 years. At that point, I go an implanted pain pump which has dilaudid in it. I have used a pump for 12 years. The dose in my pump is way lower that the oral narcotics so I don't have the same side effects. I still have some pain but on most days it is significantly less that when I started with back pain.

posted October 17, 2016
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I am on both liquid morphine and tablet form and find neither one of them work i also have a spinal cord stimulator and that does not work. i am on so many differaent pain killers i need to go on a tablet review to find out which is and is'nt sorry can't be of much help.

posted September 14, 2016
A MyChronicPainTeam Member

It will soon be legal and fully available,they can't stay stupid on the subject forever!I don't use it because i have anxiety and so it worsens that in me so i haven't indulged in 28 years but i understand now they grow to cater to such problems so I'll see as soon as it's legal in Texas!

posted September 3, 2016
A MyChronicPainTeam Member

I hope this answers your questions. I take a drug called hysingla. It's a slow release of hydrocodone. I have both Rheumatoid Arthritis and a foraminal stenosis in my spine. The hysingla and hydrocodone I take for break through pain keep me functional and have given me my life back.

posted March 4, 2017

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