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Pain With Lyme Arthritis, RA And Osteoarthritis. Any Help With Pain?
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I can get no relief from pain. 10-325 Percocet 2x a day. Has anyone found anything that really takes the edge off of chronic pain of this type

posted June 19, 2022
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A MyChronicPainTeam Member

I take 6 Tylenol 4 plus hydromorphone 2mg 4 times a day

posted June 25, 2022
A MyChronicPainTeam Member

Have you tried any of the Tianeptine products? Either the sodium or the sulfate. There are several good reliable companies online who sell it. It sure helps me! I suffer from Chronic Pain Syndrome from having a stroke. The pain was just unbearable until I found out about Tianeptine.

posted June 19, 2022
A MyChronicPainTeam Member

Yeahvi have had Rhemotiod Arthritis since I was 16, I am 42, 4 replacement surgeries, Lyme disease for 4 years, and fibromylgia, I use to be on 2 40 oxytocin a day and 4 15 MG oxymorphin for break through, then 4 or 5 years ago because I am on SSD they said I can only get 10 MG of oxymorphin 4x a day, thank you world for nothing, unfortunately doctors don't care about your pain anymore, I had to go to the streets

posted August 4, 2022
A MyChronicPainTeam Member

yes it works very well

posted June 25, 2022
A MyChronicPainTeam Member

It controls your pain well?

posted June 25, 2022

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