See my primary doctor. So I don't know if I should try and see a pain management doc?if they decide to take me on as patient. So I need advise I did have withdrawal from tramadol had shakes and cold and clamie.So what would u think Norco or tramadol. And i am 42 and feel so much pain in the morning is worst.I get down because i can't do normal stuff around house. So tramadol does work.And I don't have the stress.So is that normal plus to have so much pain. When i am 42 years old.horrible
Kimber, just read your question and felt compelled to share my experience .I have been sick for 31 yrs. In the beginning my primary doc prescribed for all I needed. After double by pass open heart surgery, the hospital messed up my Crohns Disease meds and pain docs were called in. I have been stuck with them since. They, in my situation, are very smart and know their business. However, bedside manner is terrible, they are ALWAYS right no matter what, and primary docs wont touch your pain meds any more. I am stuck with pain management now. I wish I could go back to primary for pain control but cannot. Not saying either is right or wrong for all. It depends on what works best for you. Will talk more about this if you think it might help. Best wishes...
try and talk to your Dr. about what is going on and take notes of what you can and cannot do, how long it takes do things etc. How long you have been on pain meds previous and what helps you the most. Because Tramadol is what you seem to be talking about, you may not need to go to a pain clinic. Your primary Dr. may be willing to treat you. It doesn't hurt to try. To be honest, just take it one step at a time. In the end, should you be involved with a pain clinic, it may be the best thing and because that is their area of expertise, they can also help with finding alternatives to help relive your pain. Whether it be different meds or some other treatment, a pain clinic, could benefit you a lot more than a GP. I hope all works out and you will get your pain under control.
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