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Thomas Kline MD, PhD Mar 17
time for another status check. Pharmacies. Are you being hasseled filling your opiate prescription? Please retweet
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Stronger Together Overpowering Pain S.T.O.P.P. Mar 13
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Princess, The Tower Mar 17
“People with chronic pain live through this night after night. It can become a harrowing cycle, since a lack of can ramp up levels, which results in another wide-awake night — even when we take our medication.”
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BeingCharis Mar 5
I don't know what it means to be without . On the rare occasion I verbally offer, "My X hurts," it doesn't mean I just began hurting. It means my level of has risen a degree closer to intolerability, over my normal baseline of most people can't tolerate.
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Caylee Cresta Mar 18
It’s one thing to wake up every morning in , it’s another thing to go to sleep every night knowing it will never go away.
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HilaryKimMorden ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Mar 15
Just another way to shame & humiliate those suffering . Clearly, believes if I’m in pain from a progressive & debilitating disease & can’t think my pain away then I’m not good enough, smart enough, or trying hard enough.
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Mary Venable Daniel Mar 17
The pain doctor to whom I spoke did not believe that people are committing suicide because theve bern taken off poppy based pain relief. She thought it was Being spread by CNN. We need people to speak up about suicide due to lack of pain relief!
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Augur Kythe 8h
Replying to @MotherJones
This has ALWAYS been the INTENT of this "opioid crisis" to force people into unrelieved to drive them into Illicit pain Relief arrest & prison & to force them into Fake but Expensive "rehab" that is Designed to Fail & coercing repeated Expensive cycles thru rehab
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🐱 Katamac 🐱 Mar 14
It’s borderline abusive how many MDs are NOT tx pts. MDs have 100% of the power-deciding who is worthy of pain relief & who is not. From posts I read some MDs decide “I don’t want to treat pain”. We’re ADULTS-yet we are not given the right to control our own bodies.
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Georgina Moloney Mar 12
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Thomas Kline MD, PhD Mar 10
how many of you with chronic painful diseases ALSO have migraines
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Rebecca Mar 18
I canceled my shift today. Woke up in pain like I haven’t had in months. Was sobbing, freaked my husband out. Now laying about, trying not to puke, praying meds will work soon.
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🙃ELLIE🙃 Mar 16
Just because you cannot see my illness, it doesn’t mean it’s not real. *just saying..........
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Thomas Kline MD, PhD Mar 10
I remember discrimatory signs up in stores “WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO REFUSE SERVICE” to humiliate black citizens. Should we revive these signs in pharmacies & humiliate to refuse service to pain folks. If disabled ADA too
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Steph Mar 13
For anyone else who is stuck in this lifecycle ....
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Princess, The Tower Mar 16
always hurts… You modify your life around the pain, and learn to function while in an amount of pain that would be disabling to someone else…learn to avoid the activities that make it worse… But it still hurts every single time.”
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Princess, The Tower Mar 16
“Patients who could benefit from the medications—who may have been taking high doses of for years without becoming addicted—are being thrown into withdrawal, suffering and a diminished quality of life, even to the point of suicide.”
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Live🌺Out🌺Loud💞Love🌺 Mar 13
Dear Lord, Give me the strength to overcome my struggles Today, in Jesus Mighty name Amen
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Jennifer 🐾🌈🦎 Mar 8
I am . More tired than normal. We've seen extreme temps this week. I've had to fight harder than normal just to make it thru & the weekend'll be nothing but rain. To the gods - I just want some , a bed in a dark room, good food, & no ppl.
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