Hello, thanks for the info, but I come from a family thats has some doctor's also, one of them that treats people with certain types of chronic pain, so I guess maybe thats why we also have a few addicts in the family cause I guess when your related you get a hold of meds easier(I dont know if that's true, thats just my guess since it seems to easy for them to get their hands on it). I wont see them as a patient, I like to keep family and bussiness apart. My 2nd cousin (I guess thats what she is, my cousin's cousin) is a family doctor and absoutly refuses to see people with chronic pain, she sees them as low lifes I guess. She told me that when her patients are in severe apin she admits them to the hospital to control their pain til it's gone, but she wont prescribe more then a hand ful of hydros at a time and she also gave me a big lecture on how suboxone is the devil's candy, but I think she's full of it lol. So I get advice thats completly diffrent from each other.
DX: Lower Back pain, Migraines, Pancreas divisium
RX: Imitrex, Topamax, Suboxone