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It's a felony, did they fix it and fill it once they called the doctor? Does the doctor's office know yet?
May 17, 2012 in the Pain Management Community - 3
My friend was given those and they didn't work for her, I am on the fentanyl patches and they work wonders, but everyone is different... good luck
May 17, 2012 in the Pain Management Community - 3
The oxycontin is the same as percocet but without the Tylenol and will give you longer lasting relief... I would just make sure you take it exactly as directed and you may find it works better for you... its different for everyone... good luck
May 17, 2012 in the Pain Management Community - 2
What about in NC? I have heard of a few good ones in NC...
May 12, 2012 in the Addiction: Substance Abuse Community - 2
Maybe you came down in dose too quickly...
May 12, 2012 in the Pain Management Community - 3
Endocet is oxycodone aka percocet.... maybe they gave you some in the hospital and expected it to the positive or if you just took it, maybe it had not had the time to process and show in your urine...
May 12, 2012 in the Pain Management Community - 3
Those injections have NEVER helped me, but you have to go through them and all the things that seem silly before they really start to get into treatment & make a plan for treatment... good luck
May 12, 2012 in the Back & Neck Community - 2
If you were laid off I would ask about Cobra benefits, with the new law that was passed you should find it more affordable or state medicaid benefits or the local free clinic they have in most counties (atleast they do here in NC).... maybe your doctor would see you if you explain you are "getting" insurance soon (truth or not) and ask to be billed ...
May 12, 2012 in the Pain Management Community - 5
The pain meds are a live saver for me, but everyone has different views about them, I have been on them for 12 years and its a part of my life, I wouldn't be able to walk without them, if you are not comfortable taking pills all the time, they have a pain patch called fentanyl that you change every 3 days that provides constant relief... maybe ask your d...
May 12, 2012 in the Pain Management Community - 2
Too much Tylenol is def bad for you. My doctor prescribes me the immediate release oxycodone 15mg with no Tylenol. It is not extended release like the Oxycontin and I like it much better and do not have to worry about toxic Tylenol in the liver. I would ask at your next appointment, they make the immediate release oxycodone in 5mg, 10mg, 15mg, & 30mg. ...