I have multiple conditions seizures treated with 1875mg x2 a day of Keppra and 50 mg x 2 a day of Toppamax. I also have Sjogreens syndrome and fibromyalga and diabeties. I take acto met plus, Lipator 80mg, 500mg Lodine, 30mg then 60mg of Cymbalta, 100 mg 3 x a day of lyrica. I still feel terrible. I am in pain. I feel as though the doctors do not hear me. I just want my doctors to work together and one to know what the other is doing. This week I had an appointment at Duke Pain Clinic which I thought was the answer. Theywant me to add much more med. and ad bio feedback. I am out of money for medication co-pays and doctor bills........I thought they all worked together there....the peds do. I live in Columbia, SC and just need help before I get so over medicated that I do not care anymore. Please advise.
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