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Pain Control?

Pain Control?

Pain control?

A MySpondylitisTeam Member said:

I too was prescribed hydrocodone in pill form until the government decided to make everyone suffer because some people can’t control themselves. So now I finally got a doctor to prescribe Tramadol. It doesn’t work but I keep trying. I found a 501(c) 3, nonprofit advocacy group for people who are truly in pain and need opioids to have a little quality in life. US Pain Foundation. They’re working with congress trying to show that there are people who are suffering. I encourage everyone to visit and tell your story, we have to be heard. Thank you!

posted about 9 hours ago
A MySpondylitisTeam Member said:

I am using tylenol arthritis for pain, in addition to the inflectra infusions which should help the joint pain… should being key word

posted 8 days ago
A MySpondylitisTeam Member said:

I have done neck ablationscand that really helped my neck area. I also do codicle shots in my spine, which also helps. I have a spinal stimulator also. I go to pain management every 4 weeks for pain pills. I'm deathly allergic to anti-inflammatory medicines, so I have to go a different route on things. Just keep moving. That's the best I can tell you. Hope things get better for you. Hugs

posted 8 days ago
A MySpondylitisTeam Member said:

To John: How are you? I hope you are strumming on your guitar--playing some cool tunes. I try to deal with my pain with mobic (15mg), lidocaine patches, and ice, and P.T. My PCP has recommended me to a rheumotoligist, I hope that will go well for me. I, also, have to go to my Pain Management clinic on Monday, not to sure what they will suggest. They have been treating me for a few years and the S.I. joint fusions, I thought was the last resort. The fusions did help a little, but I'm still in pain. I hope you have a nice weekend.

posted 8 days ago
A MySpondylitisTeam Member said:

I My "Humble" opinion "Real" codeine is safer than Synthetic Codeine - Ultram, I Know the "side effects".... (In my "Humble" 69 years of life, Wisdom filled Opinion) 😱 ☯️ 🕉️

posted about 9 hours ago
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