Welcome to the Chronic Pain Forum!
I'm sorry about
your dilemma down there in Florida, and I do not have an answer for you, other than it may be of "Political" reasons. I believe I saw a report that said the Florida uses 70 to 80 percent of all oxycodone script
ed in the USA. There is obviously a problem there, but I also believe like many others, especially those of us who need this med for honest pain relief,…that they,... being the FDA, are going about
the wrong way to clean up corrupt use of these med's.
Both of the med's you mention, have been in the news a lot this last year, so it does not surprise me to hear of stories like this. I just do not know what to tell you to do there, other than to keep trying. Maybe one county from the other could be the answer. I know this is probably not a good choice since the news also reports problems with Oxycontin, but is it possible that your Dr can script
it for you? It's an ER med and I would think might be a better choice, for long term pain relief.
Take care, and I wish you luck in getting what you need.
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