About Me: Female, 31, lexington, KY, member since Sep 2010
i have chronic pain i have fibro,endometriosis,hip pain and so many more things that is causing my chronic pain i like to take my dog storm for walks when i can and like to go bowling when i can i found a pain management doctor that is listening to me about my chronic p
[More]ain and he put me on lortabs i had been to 7 or 8 pain management doctors that would not treat me they was treating me like a drug seeker when i am not one just trying to get treatment for my chronic pain if you want to know more about me you can ask me
"yes i do get the hiccups when on any pain meds but i get them more when i am on lortabs so yes i know what you mean and i have heard that when you have hiccups like that it means you have air in your stomach but i am not sure about this ..."
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