I have chronic migraines. Tried literally everything had all the tests. Finally a dr. listens and prescribes me hydrocodone for them. Im 20 yrs old and my mom feels the need to be a pill nazi. When I seriously need one (about twice a week) I have to beg and plead for one of MY pills that she hides. I understand theyre addictive but I need it the pain to go away. She knows that if I dont catch it right awat my migraine could end up lasting days. I just.. UGHH
You are a full adult. Pick up the pills yourself and keep your own pain pills. Yes, timing is critical. If you don't have the money, get a job or ask neighbors if you can do work for them. There's no excuse for you not to have your own pills. If your mother is a "pill nazi' as you call her, perhaps she is super controlling in other ways. Maybe it's time to move out.
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