Hi, I'm 51 your old diabetic type 2 women married w a husband of 30 yrs and 4 grown aduld children n 2 grand children, n I have heart disease, copd, sleep apnea, I've had 2 strokes the most recent one paralized my right leg footn I can barely walk n mostly am in a wheel chair. I take 30mg of Oxycodone for pain n I hate it!I don't want to be addicted to this terrible drug n I am... I'm also terribly incontinent. What can I take hemopathically to correct these two problems together?
I do not know enough about homeopathic medicine to address your question. You have multiple medical issues that must be addressed to your physician. None of the conditions you mentioned explained why you should be on oxycodone, so discuss with your doctor how you can slowly taper it down. Good luck to you.
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