Hi Romero, and welcome to the group - though I'm very sorry that you've had reason to join us. You've certainly been through a lot. I really do hope that 2012 is a better year for you than last year was.
A lot of us here have nerve pain of various forms, and it's a horrid pain to live with. As far as the oxycodone goes - is it something you're taking regularly? If you're having to take immediate release (IR) oxycodone frequently, it might be worth speaking to your doctor about switching to a controlled release (CR) form. Oxycontin (the CR form) and other long acting opiate meds are often better for chronic pain patients than IR ones because they give a more stable level of drug in the body and theoretically a more stable level of pain relief than taking a tablet every 6 hours or so.
I'm sure the others will be along soon, and I hope that you'll find plenty of support here.
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Full body CRPS with spasms, dystonia & contractures, gastroparesis, orthostatic hypotension,bradycardia/tachycardia, bursitis, CTS, osteoporosis, multiple compression fx, disc bulges.
Oxycodone ER/IR, Topamax, Mobic, Somac, Cipramil, Midodrine, Vit D & C, SCS, baclofen/bupivacaine pump