I passed out for the first time in 35 years, blood work showed extremely low potassium, however, I have a very high potassium in my diet. I'm looking for studies or personal experiences from others on long-term pain narcotic management. If there are no such studies, how does one generate such?
2 Nov 2010
Hi tvorel; From Sacosams "for what it's worth dept."... July 20th 2009... I came down with "Polymyalgia Rheumatica" (PMR) big time. To cut to the point , over first 6+/- months I passed out 4 times from major pain issues (Dr. refused to give me any pain meds.)I never thought about potassium, but i'll see what I can find out , especially since He's started playing God again ["He can control pain by shutting off my Pain Meds".] I'm not going through that again.!
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