No I have lost my pain doctor who whose a jerk ,anyway I have a appointment with compressive care and don't know anything about them. All I want is my meds i have been on since the year 2001 I dont do well in changes and this was not my fault that I lost this Dr after two years. If any one know these doctors please let me know I am going thru hell with no meds. What had happen was I had merser in my stomach and they had two cut me open very large incisions so they packed it ,they gave me 5 days of 5mg oxycodone so when I pull and unpack the cut it wont be so bad. I took my paper work to my pain doctor not trying to hide anything he let me know I was being honest with them and I guess honestly dosnt pay. So now.Ian seeking anyone that has had any experience with comprehensive pain or am I wating my time. I live Hebron ky and can't find a pain doctor this pain I have is almost suicidal now I have no doctor who will help me. If there is anyone out can help.me please feel free to do so.I have mentioned that I have been on meds for so many years and then to take them away for something I have not done isn't fair. I have thought about going on the internet but I do not know where to go without getting ripped off.I have not any friends or like some one I can talk about this problem so for venting.this comprehensive pain Dr is in Indiana which is close to where I live all I want are my meds back which are oxycodone 20 mg 1 every 6 hrs and oxycodone15 mg 1 every 8 hrs that's it I have so many conditions to many to mention.Not like those who like to sell them how do they get away with this I dont know. Km
There was a question posted very similar to yours. briannd... I think, he was wondering about getting meds from India. I try not to, but it was also brought up that scripts that come from Canada, usually come from India. The Pharmacy he used was Internationaldrugs.net. He was concerned he did not receive appropriate medication, I suggested he Google it. Steve, another member, let him know that drug was correct, different name, and color, but same properties. So, good luck, probably be just fine.
I am board certified in pain management and I presume that's what your talking about here, comprehensive pain management. These people are going to take a look at your entire medical and surgical history to find out the reasons for your pain, so it would be helpful to show up with all your medical records, X-rays, mris etc. Once they put everything together they may want to get further testing, maybe another MRI or another test like that. They will then present all their findings to you as to why you have pain and if they think they can do anything beyond giving you more oxycodone for it. They might be able to do nerve blocks, epidural blocks, or go even more fancy and put in a spinal cord stimulator to help with your pain. As the name implies, it is comprehensive pain care. They will be looking to do a lot more than merely renewing your prescriptions. Hopefully they can help!
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