I been taking norco for 6 years but suddenly he changed for tramadol 50 mg What can i do the efect is not the same, I have cronic back pain, please let me know if I should sue my Dr.
IVANVANIA07; No you can't sue your doctor. all the doctors are under a huge amount of pressure from the medical board to not prescribe the opiates as what Norco is. Tramadol is still a narcotic but not as many people are dying from it. The best you can do is go to your doctor and tell him or her it is not helping what can we do. And worse comes to worse you may be able to get into a pain clinic where they may still write rxs for Norco. This is not your doctor's fault and it is now a schedule 2 narcotic and easy to track by the dea or medical board and they can pull your doctor's license. DO NOT EVEN THREATEN YOUR DOCTOR OR YOU WELL GET NO HELP AT ALL IN MOST CASES. cHUCK1957 gOOD LUCK TO YOU.
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