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notnu2cp
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   Posted 3/18/2008 2:24 AM (GMT -7)   
I do so apologize beforehand for this one but this just gets me in the worst way.
 
I had an appointment last week on the 13th with my Doc who is going to tale a little breather this week since he spent the last month working 12 to 14 hour days before finding a new PA.
 
My methadone was written last month on the 17th so I was not out and did not even take it to the pharmacy until Sunday the 16th and then only to drop off so it would be ready Monday,hence there were only 29 days last month so I was not out until Monday night right?
 
I usually use the Walgreens next door to my Doc and this is in the town some 40 miles away and we do not have a Walgreens where I live but since I was filling this on Sunday and I was not at the Docs I elected to drop it off at one of our only 3 drugstores here where I live versus driving the 80 miles roundtrip,now had I known this was going to be such a problem I would have certainly made the drive! Even if gas would have cost me more then my entire script to get there and back.
 
I gave it to the RPH not the tech and she asked had I been here before? Yes but not this CVS,she said not a problem as it should be there regardless,info in puter.
 
I told her I wanted to pick it up on Monday. She then proceeded and I take it she now had seen what actually was written and said " Where di you fill it last month"? I told her Walgreens and where and she very nastily said " I have to call them to see when you filled it" I told her I had the bottle with me,just trying to help and she almost yelled at me that she had to call them anyway! What? I have never heard of such but didnt say a thing and I also might add my insurance screen was up on the computer by now and I could see when I filled it and what they paid for it.
 
She called them and then came back and said I cant fill this until no sooner then Tomorrow,Duh, thats what I said to you to begin with isnt it? Asked did I want to leave it or take it with me? After she had written on this crap on it via the phone call to Walgreens and b/d, Ss#,addy and so forth why bother to take it somewhere else as that may really look as if I was trying to pull an early refill wouldnt it?
 
I told her that I do not fill it the same place each month as I was particular as to which of the 2 brands I use and Walgreens had a bad habit of alternating between the two and also that alot of pharmacies even after assuring me they would keep it stocked didnt have enough and after getting burned a few times by those assurances in the past I do NOT leave my script with a partial fill on this schedule and hope like you know what they get the rest in the alotted 72 hour time slot. This is a rule for this schedule and you lose the rest of the fill if they do not get it before the 72 hours and then you have to have the Doc rewrite the entire months supply in 2 different scripts. That is a hassle and not something my Doc appreciates doing.
 
She then and she still has a attitude from the bottoms here tells me she can assure me they have it each month and at this point I wouldnt deal with this kind of attitude for double that many a month.
 
Being on a tight budget like most of us I also had a coupon for CVS bucks for $40 for transferring or filling a new script and this is more then I pay out of pocket for the med without putting it on my insurance and paying the co-pay so I thought I could get that and use it for Easter as well so that is the reason I went to CVS versus one of the other 2 here in town.
 
I can tell you it was not worth that $40 coupon standing here being treated like I was trying to get by with something illegal that is for sure.
 
I finally opted to leave it and the next day went far worse. I called early when they opened and asked for a small "purse bottle" to accompany the origional bottle and the tech said no problem!
 
When I got to the pharmacy to pick up meds he told me he didnt see a script and was I sure I left it here? Of course there is no mistaking what i had tolerated and where the previous day,of course I left it!
 
He looked int he to be filled box and nothing there and nothing in puter nor in the safe as they had just opened a hour or so ago.
 
Finally after exhausting all places and me getting really upset by the minute the tech found it taped,taped now to the side of the computer of all places! The script now not its filled version.
 
He said it would be ready in about 15 minutes and I waited and then even though he went thru the same round of questions and I could see all the writing on the script in red he did fill it and forgot the extra label for the purse bottle!
 
I knew there was a reason I did not use CVS and if I forgot it once I am not apt to do so again! What a ridiculous bunch of crap to go thru. I do not fill early and am not flagged in anyway and even though they use KAPER here in this state as a tracking link for narcotic use I am good with them and they should have been able to pull it up and see every single narc I had filled in the lifetime of the system.
 
Still they treated me as if I was trying to get something over on them by using their pharmacy and if that is how they feel about folks trying another pharmacy out I wont bother them again.
 
Sorry for this rant but are any of you all experiencing any of these kinds of problems with pharmacies? Is it getting to this everywhere or is it me and this state? I have been on this same med for almost 7 years and have not had such a time in my life.
Does the two day rule for filling early not apply to schedules anymore?
 
Thanks for the ear and I feel better already! LOl
2 knee replacements & a hip.
spondylosis at L-4,5 & S1
arthritis,sciatica all that being a CPer entails!
MEDS:methadone,zanax,zanaflex,indocin,maxide,lexapro,K*,inderal,zestril 
If you stumble make it part of the dance!
 
Formerly Ruth Thomas


ryand
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   Posted 3/18/2008 6:00 AM (GMT -7)   
Ruth: I feel for you! For this reason and others along these lines, I have switched from using a large chain pharmacy (Walgreen's in my case) to a locally owned and operated pharmacy. The place I use now is one of those where they see you at the door and everyone says "hey, Ruth." They know me by name and they are acquainted with my medical issues. I have never had the tiniest bit of trouble filling narcotic scripts there. In fact, one day my father picked up my prescriptions for me since I'd just come home from the hospital and couldn't drive and they'd substituted a brand drug I couldn't use. I called them and they sent someone to another pharmacy to get the right med and then sent someone to my house with the proper script to trade for the other one! I was shocked! I thought surely since the prescription had left their office that it could not be corrected, but they bent over backwards to help me out. The only comment I have ever gotten from them regarding the frequency and potency of my prescriptions is "Oh, I hope someone can finally get you well so you don't need this stuff anymore!" They are incredible.

If you have a local pharmacy like that, I would recommend that you think about switching. If they are anything like mine, they will be sure to order the correct brand of medication so that you will not have those kind of issues again.

Best of luck to you.

notnu2cp
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   Posted 3/18/2008 11:53 PM (GMT -7)   

Thanks Ry for the response. I am thinking along these lines myself as even though their hours are not as convenient as the larger places but even given that it would be nice to have someone recognize you an dnot catergorize you!

I am on methadone and too many times they assume I am an addict not a pain patient and precede to treat me as such.

I am going to look around and we do have a medicine shop here that is privately owned and a family owned drug store in the next little town and it is only 5 miles from the house and I hear they ar great and carry several different brands of meds for folks and offer as low as prices as some of the bigger chains. They are not open on Sunday and close at like noon on Saturday and 6 during the week but really I dont fill meds at those times and days anyway unless it is something refilled or a preset date and I imagine they account for their not open hours in filling times.

I certainly dont want to go thru anything like this again.


2 knee replacements & a hip.
spondylosis at L-4,5 & S1
arthritis,sciatica all that being a CPer entails!
MEDS:methadone,zanax,zanaflex,indocin,maxide,lexapro,K*,inderal,zestril 
If you stumble make it part of the dance!
 
Formerly Ruth Thomas


ryand
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   Posted 3/19/2008 5:41 AM (GMT -7)   
Yes, my pharmacy closes early on Sat. and is closed on Sunday as well, but it has not ever been a problem really. They do take that into consideration when re-filling dates come around. I don't know if they require you to get a new prescription for your refills of methadone, but my pain meds do, so I'm usually only re-filling on weekdays since that is when the doctor's office is open. For the ones that don't require a new script every month, the pharmacy will actually call me to remind me to pick up a refill if the date would fall on a weekend. It is unfortunate that some of the larger pharmacies feel the need to treat people in such a manner. I think sometimes it is a consequence of how busy they get - they jump to conclusions about people. It's almost profiling, really. If you switch to a local pharmacy, I think you'll find you get much more personal attention and care.

kara487
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   Posted 3/19/2008 6:08 AM (GMT -7)   
Ruth, I am sorry for what you had to go through. I am glad you finally got your meds. I bet you will not use this pharmacy again. I hope you have a lpd.

mom24boys
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   Posted 3/19/2008 10:41 AM (GMT -7)   
What is really sad is that I think at one time or another we all have this happen.  I stick with one pharmacy (it took forever to find that one)  because I hate going though what you just said. 
 
The worst treatment I ever got was while I was in the hospital, I had just had another surgery, and I called the nurse for my IV pain medication, she brought me my Fentanyl patch, I told her that I was not supposed to change it until the next day.  She then informs me that that is all the meds I get, I said no go look at my chart.  She comes back with my IV pain meds and starts in on how I am on enough pain meds to kill a donkey (her exact words) and I told her that if she had a problem with the amount of pain meds I was taking then she needed to call my doctor, because he is the one prescribing it.  I thank God that after her shift I never had to have her as my nurse again.
 
But I have been at the pharmacy when a lady came in and was screaming at the pharmacists about her pain meds redface   and so I understand that they have to deal with a lot, but I think they need to step back and realize that not all of us are druggies, that we are not trying to get away with anything. 
 
I hate that we are treated this way, I wish that it would not happen, they never seem to pass judgement when I am filling a script for antibiotics tongue

PAlady
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   Posted 3/19/2008 12:43 PM (GMT -7)   
i am so tired today or I'd write more. So far I've not had a lot of trouble at my CVS, but I have only been on the increased percocet dose since my surgery last Sept. And I now see that I am beginning to get the "looks" from some of the techs and an occasional slight comment like "gee, aren't you doing any better" (translate: you should be off of this stuff by now). No, I'm not doing any better and now have to accept lifelong pain meds. Trouble is my little town is so small that there are only two pharmacies and both are chains. The small one was bought out by Eckerd, and is now a Rite Aid. Maybe we all need to try to have conversations with these people when we get the looks and comments, and perhaps SOME of them may be willing to understand that there are chronic pain patients who couldn't have a life at all without these meds. In some cases, it's probably not worth saying anything, though, as not everyone is willing to understand. I think if you have a choice to go to a smaller pharmacy where you're treated better, then that sounds like a good route.

sjkly
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   Posted 3/19/2008 3:06 PM (GMT -7)   
Since this thread is a pharmacy Rant I thought I would vent to.

I have always used Safeway pharmacy it was close to my house and easy. They closed my store-not the whole chain-and sold all of the scripts to Target. Now there is another safeway less than a mile from the one I was using and that would have been convient-Target is almost ten miles away in a direction I never travel-They did not give their customers any advanced notice of the transfer so we could make other arrangements so I didn't find out until the day I needed my refill. I drove all the way out to Target had to search for parking which I found about a quarter of a mile away which to anyone else would sound okay but I was going to pick up Pred because my knees were so inflamed I coudl barely walk.
Now Target isn't really to blame even though I was pretty furious with them at the time-Safeway really should have given us notice and let us choose where are scripts were transfered.
I ended up accepting the gift card from target for the transferred prescriptions and then transfering them all to CVS. Safeway would have been more convient but no way am I ever going back to them.
Thanks for letting me rant.

notnu2cp
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   Posted 3/20/2008 1:43 AM (GMT -7)   

The thing that irks me the the most in all this is they offer incentives to transfer to their store and then have the audacity to think we are trying to pull something over on them when we do!

My pain med and nerve med are the two things I have to pay out of pocket for so these are the only things that qualify for the transfer incentive right? If it is covered my medicaid or insurance copays it isnt a qualifying medicine,hence the reason i used the CVS so I could use my coupon for the gift card that I got on a register receipt with my care card.

I cant afford to just lose that much money each month if I can gain any part of it back then I do so and I wasnt trying to pull anything at all and volunteered the info from previous months fill before they asked me to. I cant recall ever seeing Walgreens offer any gift card for a tranfer in my area but Rite-aid and CVS do often and are usually in competition to how much it is worth to us to transfer, Rite aid has one going now that gives you $40 gift card for the first time you transfer or fill new script with them and $5 off the next 2 times you fill it with it them,again trying to keep  you coming back right?

All our Pharmacies are suppose to run the KASPER on narcotics filled anyway so I couldnt pull off anything if I had wished to try. If I was attempting to fill early wouldnt you think I would have taken it in on the 13th when he wrote it and dated it as such? I didnt take it in until the 17th,4 days after the written date on it and they could clearly see that.

With the HIPPA laws implemented I dont think they should be allowed to transfer your records anywhere without your prior knowledge SJK. I know that if it was my record I would have been irate at Safeway for doing that to me without even asking me where I wanted to transfer it to. Seems to me that would have been an unauthorized release of my info.

I know alot of RPH's attempt to over ride the Docs orders and some go so far as to attempt to treat us with their advice and I try to overlook them but there are times it is impossible to do that.

They assume all those on methadone are addict I suppose and I had that similiar time with Walgreens a few months back when the new PA filled out the script and I told the RPH that when I took it in and had she not been talking on the phone and getting my info at the same time she would have heard me tell her that and not had to lie to me for an hour and wasted my Docs time by placing a call to the office. They kept telling me after the ten minutes it was suppose to take to fill it that the computer popped out a warning on interactions which in fact the truth was they were calling my Doc to verify the writing on the script and I figured this out by watching them since the 3 different techs that asked my name never came back to the window to tell me anything!

I was irate with them as I told them it was the PA's first day and she wrote the script and Doc signed it so it was no doubt his signature just a different writing in the wording. His PA's always write the script and he signs it.

I think I am going to use the hometown drugstore from now on and they assured me they would keep the methadone on hand if they knew I was going to be filling it each month and even agreed to stock the brand I preferred,the cost is allittle more but it is worth it to not have the headache of these 2 incidents.


2 knee replacements & a hip.
spondylosis at L-4,5 & S1
arthritis,sciatica all that being a CPer entails!
MEDS:methadone,zanax,zanaflex,indocin,maxide,lexapro,K*,inderal,zestril 
If you stumble make it part of the dance!
 
Formerly Ruth Thomas


FitzyK23
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   Posted 3/20/2008 2:49 PM (GMT -7)   
Have any of you tried having a consultation with the pharmacy before transferring your meds there? My mom is on a litany of meds including some for a knee replacement. CVS kept running out of the one she needed for crohnic UTI's and a dropped bladder. So she went to the bigger CVS that had it but first had a consultation with the lead pharmacist. She explained all the meds that she was on and why and asked if he thought it would be a good fit for her to move to this pharmacy? Would they have her medicines? What procedures did she need to make sure she followed to always get her pain pills on time? Would she be treated with respect and not like an addict? She has had nothing but a great experience with that pharmacy ever since. I know that nobody should be treated like an addict and no one should be forced to tell their medical history if they don't want to. But if you are going to have to deal with the same person at least once a month it might help to get them on the same page as you.
26 Year old married female.  Diagnosed w/ CD 3 years ago, IBS for over 10 years before that, which was probably the CD.  Currently on Pentasa 4 pills/4x day, hysociamine prn, nexium, and ortho evra.  Good times!!!
 
 


FitzyK23
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   Posted 3/21/2008 12:31 PM (GMT -7)   
One more suggestion: in my line of work I recently had to look over 100 of pain medication prescriptions. Doctors make silly mistakes a lot, in addition to writing messy. Often, they forget to sign the script or fail to write in their DEA number. Some pharmacies are ok w/ the DEA number omission because they feel it cuts down on fraudulent use of the numbers. But if you doctor forgets to sign it, they will probably have to call to verify it, making you feel criminal (unjustly) in the process. Its a good idea to look over all your scripts and make sure they are complete... have your name, their name, dose, etc before you leave the office. It will make your time at the pharmacy that much easier.
26 Year old married female.  Diagnosed w/ CD 3 years ago, IBS for over 10 years before that, which was probably the CD.  Currently on Pentasa 4 pills/4x day, hysociamine prn, nexium, and ortho evra.  Good times!!!
 
 


curley
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   Posted 3/21/2008 7:51 PM (GMT -7)   
Oh man I know were you are coming from been there done that before.I was like you at the time were I lived it was a small town and we as well did not have a CVS or a Walgreens,well I took my scripts to be filled (at the time my GI scripted my pain meds)well I have been useing this pharmacy for a long long time, well one day I took all of my scripts in to be filled and they had this new women there and when she was looking at my scripts she looked at me and said I will have to call a verafie that this is legent so I told her that was fine I mean heck I had nothing to hide,well when they called my name I went up to the counter and this same women told me that she called and what I am fixen to say will blow your socks off.SWhe told me that she filled them but told my GI that there was no reason to script these pain meds in the amount he the scripted for(120 demerol,and 10 fentanyl)well she had been fired from another pharmacy some where else because of this and I told her that there was only one thing that she needed to worry about is filling the scripte and keep her opinion to her self,well she then looked at me and said it just pisses me off when people come in with scripts for pain meds that they don't need.Well needless to say I filed a complaint on her and I wasn't the only one that she had done this she was not there long.So I do know how you feel.
Curley
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Keah
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   Posted 3/22/2008 2:21 AM (GMT -7)   
Sometime on Monday, make it a point to stop in and see the Store Manager. There is absolutely NO EXCUSE for the way you were treated. If you don't get satisfaction, or even if you do, write to the CVS Public Relations Department and ask for a response IN WRITING.

NOBODY should ever be treated the way you were, especially not by a Health Care PROFESSIONAL and Pharmacists certainly like to be included in that group.

I love my little corner pharmacy where I walk in and they call me by my first name. When they ask how I am doing, they really mean it! Going there is such a pleasure. Unfortunately, my insurer now requires that most of my meds be sent through their mail in program. Not doing so costs me a bundle - even after I've met my deductible. I'd rather use the local pharmacy, but at least I never get any grief from the mail in folks! Heck, I never even talk to them.
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BigLucy
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   Posted 3/22/2008 10:24 AM (GMT -7)   
A perspective from the HMO side, Kaiser to be exact--everything is done in-house, doctor in same building as pharmacy, computerized, easier communication, etc. Called my doctor's assist on Tues, requesting refill, was called on Wed. and told I can pick up my hard copy. Yesterday went to Kaiser, which is half hr from my house, go to the 3rd floor (MD office), was told that the person who has the key to the drawer of RX is in a meeting, wait 30 minutes, hard copy is not in the drawer, wait another 20 minutes until the MD is free and he tells the staff the hard copy was sent to the 1st floor pharmacy. I try to explain that this a standard RX for me and never has my RX been walked down, but I go (don't want to appear difficult). Pharmacy tells me there is no hard copy and call my MD, another 15 min. until he's free and then told to go back up to the 3rd floor to pick up another copy. Back down to the 1st floor pharmacy and wait another 25 minutes until my RX is filled. And the amount of signatures that are required of me, you think I was taking out a loan.

wolftrades
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   Posted 3/26/2008 12:30 PM (GMT -7)   
I use a mom and pop chain. They have three stores and have always been friendly and professional. They never looked down at me and have always been helpful. I wear a 100 mcg fentanyl patch and take up to four 30mg of roxicodone a day.

Alan

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   Posted 3/26/2008 3:03 PM (GMT -7)   

I fired Walgreens a few years ago, and CVS and Wal-Mart after that for all the reasons everyone has already listed and then some.  We actually caught a Walgreens employee stealing my vicodin scrip. It was called in 30 minutes earlier by my surgeon from my hospital room where I had just been discharged from an open hysterectomy.   The managers of the store never did a thing, and had I not been laid out in the car waiting to go home, we would have called the cops.  Shoulda woulda coulda...

I've been with a local grocery store pharmacy for the past 4 years and couldn't be happier with everyone who works there.  They know me and my husband by name and always call out a Hello when they see us just doing the regular shopping in the store.  That goes for the pharmacists and techs alike.  I can't speak highly enough of them all, and a few months ago I sent a letter to the store manager about the fine service in the pharmacy.  Too often we only write those letters when we're justifiably angry.  It sure made me feel better to be able to write a commendation instead of a condemnation.  :-)


Living in the Republic of Texas minus a gallbladder, a couple of cervical discs, appendix, uterus, and 18" of colon; but still alive and living with my husband, 2 dogs, 1 cockatiel, 1 quaker parrot and 2 gold fish. 


Stuntrider
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   Posted 3/27/2008 11:17 PM (GMT -7)   
I am getting awy frm walgrens due to the same treatment. i d go to get a refilldone 2 weeks ealry becasu my house had been broekn into and my meds stolen along with many other things. now i ONLY see 3rd party pharmacies for this reason. it seams walgreens is out to make any person dependant on nacotic painkeillers and "addict" n their system...This has pissed me off royally to teh pont of instead of dealing with their crap i go to small locall pharmacies only.

i'm still pissed that because of my age, no real PMS will take me seriously stating that " im' too young for this type of injury"... but i have been in several 130MPH + accidents due to my racing career, and they still dont'take me serioulsy. Honestly i feel that i should jsut walk into their office to say " since you won't take me seriously" and blow the top of my head off just to make them take things a little more seriously for other patients that this MAY help other peole in my position.. i knoew it's whack and ou of lin in al ways... but if i havet o become martyr to help people in my disposistion...i'm willing todo it... i just can't take it any longer

crohnie1985
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   Posted 3/28/2008 5:31 AM (GMT -7)   

Wow,

Sorry to hear all this bad stuff refilling pain meds. I have also had my share of stereotyping too, I feel like I might be better off to get my meds on the street. At least the person who I get the drugs from will be happy during the exchange. On another note, my daughter just got a position at walg**ns, she has been with me many times picking up meds and I hope she understands how it feels on the other side of the counter. As for getting someone's attention please don't take it out on yourself, bring your anger here, go ahead and vent, I feel better to read the stories I get here as I don't feel so alone. Remember we are here for each other.


PAlady
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   Posted 3/28/2008 11:44 AM (GMT -7)   
Stuntrider -
I posted a response to you on another thread, before I read your post here. Please don't take a gun to your head! I fear, though, that between the pain and influence of drugs and the vodka, you may not be thinking clearly. TELLING your doctor you feel like putting a gun to your head is fine, but actually doing it....as I said in my other post, you will devastate anyone you love for the rest of their lives.

You may not like this suggestion, but possibiy getting an evaluation at an addictions clinic which services those who aren't insured may get you some relief, especially if it's a methadone clinic. But the combination you're doing now of your meds and alcohol would need to stop. I have a bad feeling that you may be passively trying to end your life by drinking with the drugs, and depending on the combination that could happen. Please don't take a gun to your head! We all FEEL like doing that some days, but mostly we stop ourselves and often it's because of finding some other meaning in life. Keep searching for something to hang onto during this overwhelming period. And read these threads and search for knowledge and wisdom that helps. There is much here!
PaLady

TexasJen
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   Posted 3/28/2008 5:41 PM (GMT -7)   
stunt, I know very well the feeling of, "I can't take it one more minute!" Well, I'm here to tell you that you can. I was in your exact shoes with pain but had, and still have, the added pleasure of nearly daily vomiting and the necessity of a liquid diet. I've always been slim, but I'm now a toothpick. I've always considered myself pretty tough, but dealing with pain AND barfing about did me in.

You've got a serious case of depression going there my friend, and it's completely understandable. Again, I've been there, and it's not impossible to deal with. In my case, it was my pain psychologist who made all the difference. Yes, I still live with pain and puking. Meds can only do so much. Yes, my life is greatly different from what it was and what I planned. BUT - I have a life again, and that life has meaning and joy. I refuse to let my condition steal one more minute of joy. It's already taken enough.

You don't have to stop living and continually mourn what was or what might have been. You, and only you, have the power to get the help you need to get your life back. It's like starting all over again, and it's dam difficult. Truthfully, I like the person I am now a whole lot better than who I was before pain paid me a visit and decided to stay on. You just never know where therapy will lead.

I really don't mean to sound harsh, but if I were sitting in the same room with you right now I'd be kicking your rear end in a large way to get you out of the pity party mode. It's gone on long enough hasn't it? Can you try to imagine the possibility of therapy making a positive difference in your life? You'll never know if you don't try.
Living in the Republic of Texas minus a gallbladder, a couple of cervical discs, appendix, uterus, and 18" of colon; but still alive and living with my husband, 2 dogs, 1 cockatiel, 1 quaker parrot and 2 gold fish. 

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