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No Christmas Here

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • December 17, 2009
  • 08:11 AM

I've Been in a great deal of pain with Spinal stenosis ,Diagnosed in 97 and off an on I've
Found a Few Pain Management Doctors that help me cope with this pain that never goes away. Two years ago it got real bad ,was told by one Doctor that some day I'd be in a wheel chair. The Medications Help ,,

But this is my story over the pass sumer I Wanted to stop taking the strong does
and at this time my Family Doctor Help me cut back on what I was Taking In March April and May,,before his help I Was taking 80mg oxycontin 4x a day ,Mscontin 30mg 3x a day
And percocet 5 mg 325 4x a day for break away pain .
Stop taking the mscontin and went down on the Oxycontin to 3x a day
and he increase the percocet 7.5 mg 4x a day .June I Started Going to
a Pain Management Doctor ,And with the winter months coming I Ask him to
increase my meds this was in October .He Wanted Me To wait ,So for
My Christmas gift from him was My Visit today at his office didn't go good
at all About six days ago My Med Was Stolen some one took the locked
box they where in And I had My Christmas Money in this box all so .It was in my Bed Room Under My Bed . I Always Locked my Bed Room when I Left the house But one day I Didn't
He didn't like it at all.Made me take another urine test and told me it would
take two weeks to check for the Meds In My Body .And would not give me any refills
I've Been dealing with this kind of treatment off and on for 12 yrs. But I Did tell him
Merry Christmas mine won't be!

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