Pure Mourning, don't completely ditch the idea of having a pump implanted for Baclofen. Many years ago we had a couple of members that had Baclofen in their pumps & it helped them a great deal. It is very beneficial for people with severe spasticity. Of course, before going that route you would have to do a trial & possibly a psych evaluation.
But again, insurance may not authorize a pump without an MRI. You really need to discuss with the drs being IV sedated & having the MRI to get a true picture of what is going on.
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Post Edited (straydog) : 4/1/2017 8:12:27 AM (GMT-6)