... for? Chronical, persistant backpain, lower left side. I just want to be sure that I don't take too much or not enough, or if I should ask my doctor for another sort of painkiller. My prescriptions are usually made for 6 months, so I don't see him very often! Again, thank you very much for reading and answering me. I just want to be reassured.
30 Apr 2012
Honesty is always the best policy when it comes to pain and your doctor. If you think you are taking too much, talk to him about it. Or, if you pain is still pretty bad, tell him that too. In the end, he cant help you if he doesnt know how the meds are treating you. :)
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