"My doctor just increased my Lyrica to 400mg. I also take 80mg Kadian, 30mg Percocet, 40mg Baclofen, 200mg Provigil and 6mg Lunesta at night. I still have pain, although I am not in the bed screaming as I was in the beginning. I still ..."
Just a quick note to say hi! Julie, I just read your last post about your 3 years since you last worked. I hope you have filed for your Social Security disability. I just won my case. The stress of not being able to work and contribute to your livelihood can be a great source of your pain.
Chin up and smile. I have four grandchildren and I understand how you feel about not being able to play with them. As your Doctor about a small dose of oxycontin which is a time release medication to go along with your percocet with breakthrough help. Also ask you Doc about Neurontin, it is for nerve pain and really helps, especially at night.
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