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@A MyChronicPainTeam Member I have been using Oxycodine for many years for different painful chronic conditions. Initially I was prescribed Oxycodine & Oxycontin for chronic pain in my spine caused… read more
The CDC has put out a guideline that suggests no one individual should receive more than SIXTY mg. daily. weather it be OxyContin ER or oxycodone or a combination of the two.
Has anyone been affected by this yet?
My regular pain dr saw me for 5 years, and then started doing stem cell therapy and no longer seeing pain clinic patients. Must be more $$ in it for him. Was seeing 2 other pain doctors at the same… read more
how many of you were told that using Oxycontin and Oxycontin and oxycodone would give you low Testosterone? Are you aware that weight gain is a side affect of low Testosterone? So if you are trying to lose weight and can not, get your Testosterone levels checked!
@A MyChronicPainTeam Member, Marty, I am trying to eat using the Mediterranean Diet...no white bread, no pasta and no rice. More fish and less red meat and water, water, water! George is hard… read more
Like many i had my daily dose decreased when CDC came out with their strict prescribing guidelines. I had developed a tolerance & knew better than to ask pain Dr for an increase so started trying OTC like tagamet 45 min before taking my oxicodone & ibuprofen. Wondering if anyone else uses potentiators & any risks longterm or side effects?
I don't actually know? I do take omeprazole, but I don't know if that's a protentiator. I only know my GI doc switched me from Tagamet to Omeprazole some years ago. If it is, I've not seen a… read more
I know peeps that had surgery years ago, and are dealing with scar tissue they say. Which causes their new pain. I understand this new micro surgery with a little cut here one there is supose to be state of the art stuff, but question here... Does the pain really go away ? :-/
I had a L5-S1 fusion 20 years ago. It changed my life. No need for meds. Very little pain at times depends on activity. But I had cervical spine surgery in 2019 and I am in worse pain. At least my… read more
I use prescribed dilaudid (Hydromorphone) 2 x day plus breakthrough up to 3 times a day. If I think the hydromorphone breakthrough 5 mg will be too much I take t1s over the counter. I confirmed this… read more
I was prescribed this before my knee replacement. I suffer with chronic back pain being fused from L1-S1. When I have tried to get a prescription filled awhile ago they told me it wasn’t excepted for back pain.
I used this for back pain worked better than opioid pain pill but insurance comp said only for diabetics and wouldnt cover for back pain. Don't get it?? All this big deal over addiction but find a… read more
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