Sorry to hear about your problem, things like this happen...but have you asked your PM doctor if they know of anyone who is still prescribing it?? another thing you can try, if you have a good relationship with your pharmacist/s, ask them if they know of any doctors that are prescribing it, of course they can't tell you which patients are getting it and why, but they can tell you which doctors that they're still getting scripts from that are prescribing it (I had a pharmacist do this for me once a few years back when I was trying to find a new a PM doctor, and she wrote down a few names of doctors that she knew where treating chronic pain). These are the only things I can think of, but if this is becoming the law, then it's only a matter of time before they all quit prescribing it there in Florida. Have you really tried ALL the pain medications?? Maybe you need a combination of diffrent medications? I would recommend trying another one or two diffrent medications before giving up on your doctor, as you may end up with this same problem with another doctor sooner or later...
Also Methadone takes a LONG time to leave the body, for me it took several months, and eventhough I was taking another long acting pain medication, I was still have effects from stopping methadone (something about the chemestry of methadone is "just different" then any other pain medication that leaves long lasting effects after being stopped), and that caused me issues that included a raise in pain til the methadone was completly gone from my system, then the newer medication started working...so if you just recently stopped the methadone, then maybe it's just a little more time before you find out for sure if the new medication will work or not.
I hope things work out for you, good luck!!!
DX-Pancreatic Divisum, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Fibromyalgia, Myofascial Syndrome, Migraines, Allergies W/Asthma, Depression W/Anxiety/Panic disorder, Lower back Disc issues