Hi every one i have had many Opp,s
half my Bowel taken out left me with edhesions Malabsobsion Syndrome
4 Disc,s out from my Back done by a Bad Surgen
3 Foot of Gang Green intestine out, Iluim out
2Lot,s of Nuroe Surgery
Bowel Resection now im Full of Adhesions and have CRONIC PAIN 24/7 I take all these Med,s
2x 30 Mg Oxy Codone
75 Mic Gram Fenty Patch Only used when Tablet stop working or Pain get to High
3x5Mg Valium a Day
I allso have a Malabsobion Syndrome and need Vit B/12 iNJ Once a Month
9X Gm,s Questran Lite for bad Dirrea
What can i Use for Break Out Pain the Pain is getting to Strong what else i Use all helpi would be Most Greatfull i am Under a Pain Clinic i Dont Abuse any of my Med,s .
I just had my Gall Bladder taken out the old way due to stomach Adhesions Help Please ??
Next PAIN Med?
Hi every one i have had many Opp,s
Added 19 Oct 2012:
Hi every one do they make Fentyl in any other form instead of a patch as i need a strong pain relief for break through pain do they make Tablets of this Drug or what can i do i have to see my Cronic Pain Dr in the next 2weeks i will ask him you can see what Med,s im On for many Years with no Problems.??
Hello golwingman & welcome to the site. All I can say is WOW! You sound like my husbands twin. He has had 12 spinal surgeries & 28 abdominal surgeries & is having about the same problems as you are. He takes gabepentin for his neuropathy & methadone for his other pain. He doesn't like methadone at all, but the pain doctors say that with all his abdominal problems oral meds & fentanyl etc... are not good for him as they tend to slow the system down so badly as in constipation which could be deadly for him. He also has the diarrhea problems which usually means a bowel obstruction. I don't normally reccomend methadone, but it might be just what you need in your situation. It is used quite frequently in special cases such as yours. You might try to suggest it to your pain management doc & see what he thinks.
A lot of docs don't like to be told what to try, but in your case I don't think it would be a problem. I wish you the best, & let us know what you find out about this. Am very interested in hearing about what your doc thinks...
Hey goldwingman, so sorry to hear about all your problems. I too suffer from malabsorption, and had MRSA pretty badly that ate up my intestines, not to mention other things that are necessary to survive, and I'm also a chronic pain patient. Sometimes opiod rotation helps, which means they can put you on another opiod, such as methadone, and lower the amount you take, because your body is NOT used to that medication, and therefore you can get by with a lower dose. Regarding the malabsorption, are you taking plenty of supplements? I realize they are expensive, but your body needs extra, just like the B-12, because you are not absorbing everything that you eat. Swanson vitamins online offers very reasonable prices for standardized supplements. They also send out coupons several times a month.
Lastly, a massage therapist can help break up the scar tissue in your body. You might be able to get that covered through insurance, (if you live in the US), by going through a specialized physical therapist. Hope that you feel better soon!!
I have a really bad back so i feel your pain nobody understands unless u r going thru it. I would recommend getting Oxycontin 80's er they help if u take a blue and one of those its time release so it lasts alot longer then just taking blues cause u know they only last for like 4 hours but if u take an instant and a extended relese it lasts longer. Thats what i do and taking the instant and the er together your good for hours. I hope that helps.I hope u get what u need cause i know how bad that pain is u don't feel like yourself its like it takes over your life.Write back let me know what u think... bye :)
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