... physicians) chronic pain conditions and need answers to their medication questions? I thought drugs.com would be helpful, but I'm seeing too many posts and comments by people who are obviously seeking "cheap thrills." It's no wonder that the medicines I so desperately need just to be able to get out of bed and not be suicidal from pain, are so restricted and often unavailable; people who do not need them are "stealing" them from those of us who honestly need them. Help!
Oxycontin to the best of my knowledge is used for moderate to severe pain it is addictive it is a narcotic and is a form of morphine. I have a chonic pain condition and have been on numerous pain meds for real not for pleasure. God who would want to take this for pleasure. If you have questions I can only give you my personal experience or opinion. As I have done with the oxycontin. I hope this was helpful and remember if you need yo ask a question you can always contact me. I will add you as a friend Good luck and God Bless Barb
I just posted something very similar. I too am in the same situation, am in constant severe pain and need these meds. It makes me sick to see people posting questions on how to pass a drug test so it looks like they haven't been abusing them, one even asked how to pass a heroin test. I am surprised that a site like this would allow these questions to be posted and answered. I understand not being able to get out of bed from pain, and being treated like a criminal at the pharmacy and even by doctors. The people out for a good time have really screwed up our lives. Glad to know I'm not alone. Try webmd.com... Good Luck and God bless.
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