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Princess, The Tower Aug 11
“With …the backfires. We can be at a normal person’s 7—where they might be writhing—and yet we're still sitting…there is pain you can handle and pain you can’t…your pain is getting to the point you can't—that's why you are there.”
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A Journey Through the Fog Aug 15
🔷Just because someone "has it worse" it doesn't mean your feelings aren't valid  Credit: & @wheely_good_time
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Samantha 📚 Aug 13
Today seems like a kind of day where I'm not the only one that needs to see this.
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Chad Kollas Aug 19
Driving home from Tampa yesterday, I saw this "gem" on an I-4 billboard. This ad campaign TRIVIALIZES THE SUFFERING of patients with and those receiving . It also embraces the tired that Rx opioids are driving OD deaths.
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Thomas Kline MD, PhD 23h
I spent 30 minutes filling out a medicaid hand form to get someone some 12 hour pain relief but without a phone call or explanation my request was cut in half. THIS IS HEALTH CARE RATIONING
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vore-lociraptor 8h
Gabapentin is great and all but a real nerve relaxer is watching play FMV games
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Thomas Kline MD, PhD 12h
Couple people have brought up the idea of billboards. I saw one in Maryland anyone can become addicted and it gave me the idea that may we can put up our own so anybody has any ideas of what to put on the billboard dm me
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Eva Sollars MD Aug 19
Off , sufferers find new ways to cope CLEVELAND, Ohio--Stephen Newman was sick, frustrated, angry and in pain when a friend suggested he try acupuncture to treat his chronic inflammatory and immune-related health problems.
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Amanda Marie Aug 19
Shout out to my pain management doctor who told me straight up that any of his older male colleagues wouldn't believe me because I would be viewed as a hysterical young woman with anxiety. Doctors like him are the real MVP.
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Healing Power Within 14h
If you have , hypnotherapy can help you access parts of your brain that control pain and make your pain more manageable.
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Lifemark Health 13h
Dealing with chronic pain? You might think you should push through the pain, but that won't help you - it can teach your body that you won't listen to it unless it makes the pain worse! When you can, try stopping once you feel pain. Listen to your body!
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Keith Kratom Legal Aug 19
Replying to @TheFuglyFrog
We are 100% on the same side my froggy friend. Yes, I am passionate, but not just about kratom. My passion stems from years of watching suffer. Twitter really opened my eyes to how much patients are in, & the tragic loss of QoL for millions! I just want to help.
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Pogostix Aug 18
Googling "How much ibuprofen can I take before I die" has probably put me on a few watchlists. I'm not suicidal, just in pain and in possession of a dark sense of humor |D
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Absolute Health Medical Center 11h
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Thomas Kline MD, PhD Aug 16
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