... needed for my lower back pains.so far up till now they been working good but not as good from when i first started a year ago and now i think my bodu is used to them.first question is are these good pain pills ? And whats the next level of pain pill i should switch to if i did ?
Yes, they are excellent. Simply advise the prescribing physician that you are not getting the benefit you once did (tolerance) and he/she will suggest a change or an adjustment. A year is a long time to be on the same dosage.
As I often say and advise, it is best to approach this by reporting this to the Dr., rather then go in and make suggestions for increases or changes, these days more than ever, that's a red flag. Giving the Dr. the information without it looking as though you did your own research and thereby "telling" him/her what you think or want will go a long way in getting the cooperation you seek from the Doc. Hope this helps.
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