I am unable to receive a prescription for Norco and/or any pain medication since the Government put a ban on all pain prescriptions. What are our alternatives?
tazpet; Your doctor that was giving you the Norco, Should have referred you to a pain clinic this is all they do but they well prescribe what they use. And you have to go by very strict rules and contracts which they should explain to you. Or try another doctor it really depends on the doctor they can still write a prescription but are very limited on what they can give out. And not knowing where you are from there are different rules for different states and Countries. Good luck if you have to call a hospital and ask if they have a name of a pain clinic that works out of their hospital. People with chronic pain should not have to go through all of this. bUT they have really messed us all up. good luck Chuck1957
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