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Caylee Cresta May 18
is not always visible. We can laugh, we can smile, & we can hide it. We’re trying to protect those we & the identity we hope to maintain, but that agony never leaves. Pretending becomes as normal as the pain.
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Princess, The Tower May 18
“Life as a person can make you do things like push your limitations…because you desperately want to make the most out of those rare times when you aren’t lying in bed all day… [even if] it means needing two days to recover.”
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Princess, The Tower May 21
“It never stops. You wake, it hurts. You rest, it hurts. You move, it hurts… You never get used to chronic pain.” To the Person Who Thinks 'Can't Be That Bad'
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Thomas Kline MD, PhD May 19
Never ending diabetes needs never ending diabetes medicine. Never ending pain needs never ending pain medicine.
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Princess, The Tower May 22
“Chronic pain patients are some of the strongest people I know… Living with pain and still fighting for joy in life is quite possibly the bravest thing anyone could ever do.” 8 Things You Might Not Know About
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Princess, The Tower May 17
patients are collateral damage in a fight that leaves doctors wary of treating them… There shouldn’t be any dictator dictating how do things, because every patient is different.”
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Jamie ♿️ May 18
anyone else deal with that also makes their stomaches nauseated due to migraines/neck pain?
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Louisiana Mom 🛑🎭🦝🌪️🚷🦻🏻 May 22
I want all you anti-opioid zealots, all you people who blow us off, treat us like we don't know what we need or what works for us, to understand this. WE ARE THE EXPERTS. NOT YOU. WE ARE. IT'S TIME YOU LISTEN.
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Princess, The Tower May 19
“People say, ‘Wait until you’re my age’, they should say, ‘I’m sorry you already feel like you’re my age… Chronic illnesses don’t discriminate by anything, especially age.”
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Kate Nicholson May 20
is associated with brain aging and atrophy in older adults according to a new study -- ie., pain may cause the brain to age more rapidly.
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Jillian Marie May 22
"We need our in order just to become citizens that are productive," said Brenda Metcalfe in Pennsylvania, who suffers from trigeminal neuralgia. "Please get out of the doctors' offices. Let the doctors do their jobs. We are not addicts."
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Thomas Kline MD, PhD May 17
With less than 1/3 of primary doctors left prescribing pain medicines it is ironic those who have refused to relieve pain can sleep at night without fear of prosecution
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Thomas Kline MD, PhD 21h
The worst criminals are those making a fortune selling precious pain medicine at huge profits, who are not sick themselves. Doctors need to work with DEA to catch these real criminals . Jailing the doctor is ineffective.
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The Strongest Name 4m
I have and /chronic fatigue. 1000% manic energy + chronic pain = I don’t think there are words or images to describe that.
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MyPainChicago 5m
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peter grinspoon May 20
I would argue that is safer & more effective for & the only difference is a 40 year propaganda war against cannabis that doctors bought into... Millions Take Gabapentin for Pain. But There’s Scant Evidence It Works.
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Pathways Pain Relief 4m
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Katamac ⭐️🌟 May 20
Replying to @TerriMe3 @JohnKasich
“Don’t do street drugs, okay? That’s what’s driving up the numbers,” said. Uuuum okay.....we know this, so why punish legitimate pts? Throwing up barriers to access? Go after the problem...heroin & illegal fentanyl.
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Dr. Kevin Darr 11h
When the answer is replacement surgery, due to ongoing chronic pain, we want to prepare you to have a successful procedure. There are guidelines we advise our patients to follow before and after to ensure the best outcome.
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Thomas Kline MD, PhD May 19
Substance control (60% of drug war funding 600 billion over the years) might work some with Type 1 addictions: cocaine, alcohol, amphetamines but will NEVER work with Type 2 or opiate addiction disease - according to data
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