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can't get no.....satisfaction

Posted In: Medical Errors 0 Replies
  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • December 15, 2010
  • 09:53 PM

iv'e read some posts here and have come to realize that most 99% of them are very mild to moderate conditions. here is a real horror story. in 2000 i experienced a dog attact while working as a cable tv installer. this is the last day i ever worked. since then the burning, electrical voltage, vice crushing like symptoms has intersified every month since. it's come to the point of several diagnosis that everybody has missed. tarsal tunnel syndrom was the first. i had a nerve reduction surgury in 2000 nov. and it then started to go to my right foot. now its in both feet. this is the woorse, intense, incredible pain ive ever had. why? cuz it never lets up. i went thru many specialists, practioners and 2 recent pain managements. nothing works. sure i take 600 mg of lyrica, 300 mg of oxcarbazepine, 100cmgs of fentanyl every other day and 180 lortab a mt. though i do take lots of prescription meds, i want to warn all those who have mild, or moderate pain problems. this is a curse to anyone who has it. they say i have to live with this affliction. i say theres something, sommeone, somebody who can do something than the choices given to me. i think this is so scary that no one wants to make any further attempts to try and help. so i say people, please be thamkfull of the petty problems that others experiences and thank your maker you don't have this. small fiber neuropathy was the last diagnosis. ive tried every medicine you can think off. if there is help for this, maybe someone has a logical, decent idea. im fixin to start experimenting with illegal substances if i dont get help soon. going on 11 years of suffering. anyone????

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