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Katarina Aug 8
Any one else feel pressure in a conversation about illness to end things on a positive note? Like we have to make it ok for them? I can't count the number of times I've said "But I'm seeing a specialist soon/ changing my diet again/ taking X medication..."
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Chronic Pain Canada & The H.O.P.E. Campaign Aug 11
People with conditions that I advocate for keep telling me their doc, when force tapering or discontinuing Opioid Pain Therapy (OPT), say "I'm not comfortable with RX'ing this med." How did the physician's comfort levels become more important than the patient's?
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Princess, The Tower Aug 9
“I wake up in pain and I go to bed with pain… Its just the degrees of how much pain I’m in [that] fluctuates… You can’t get relief. So you don’t sleep and you spend most of the night trying…it’s just so intense.”
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Inspirational Quotes Aug 11
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Sarah Jane Garlits Aug 10
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Melissa Matrese 1h
Replying to @JENFL23
Are you also anti-opioids for me? 🔽 I'm guessing you're not stupid enough to say yes to such a question, but please know all the doctors I've seen (dozens of them) refused to help me because "The DEA will arrest me!" "The government doesn't want me to, so I can't."
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Thomas Kline MD, PhD Aug 10
when trying to find new doctors I would suggest picking one diagnosis and sticking to it. Don’t say you’re a pain patient. Say I have interstitial cystitis or I have adhesive arachnoiditis. Just like “i have asthma”etc.
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Chronic Pain India™️ 35m
Call for all the artists for their contribution with the purpose of making a new and informed narrative. Contribute and grow with us.
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Princess, The Tower Aug 6
“Just because I can do it, it doesn’t mean it doesn’t hurt. It doesn’t mean I won’t pay for it later. That is the nature of . It will always be there, even when it looks like it isn’t.”
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Thomas Kline MD, PhD Aug 6
Driving CDC’s “harm to pain patients”, AMA says, is not only fear of addiction phobia but the newest —FEAR OF LARGE QUANTITIES. The U.S. druggists are really picking up on this one, refusing to fill prescriptions. My God
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Princess, The Tower 18h
“It never stops. You wake, it hurts. You rest, it hurts. You move, it hurts. You never get used to .” Letter to People Who Think Chronic Pain Isn’t That Bad
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Jessica Taylor-Bearman Aug 11
This is my reality WITH pain relief for my . Walking is a constant agony in my feet and knees due to my and now the government are looking to stop my pain relief and diminish my quality of life.
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Kim Miller Aug 4
“[a patient on a stable dose of for 10 yrs, then you start de-prescribing. Now exposing them to risks for opioid overdose, suicide, withdrawal symptoms, and increased pain],” Darnall told The Guardian. (Paraphrased)
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Princess, The Tower Aug 8
“It takes longer to get ready in the morning. I frequently have to take breaks. Sometimes I have to nap after a shower because it was so painful and exhausting. It takes much more to even get up…because you’ve tossed and turned all night.”
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𝐊𝐚𝐭𝐚𝐦𝐚𝐜 ⭐️🌟🇨🇦 🇳🇿 🇺🇸 Aug 9
Simon Cowell broke his back & will need back surgery. I wonder if he will be given for pain control? I wonder if he will be another pt suffering from requiring pain meds? I hope not 😓
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Thomas Kline MD, PhD Aug 10
People with CRD Chemical receptor disease which is JATH’s new classification for opioid addiction remember it differs from other addictions cannot stop on its own or w any sort of willpower. Google “medium abc addiction”
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Pain News Network Aug 11
The first have been filed against , and for discriminating against patients trying to fill prescriptions.
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Host: Stephen Ziegler, PhD, JD Aug 8
Got masks? Masks are not about Big Brother; they are about little sisters and little brothers. Help them by wearing one. Pass it on.
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Princess, The Tower 14h
“You may hope it’s simply a flare. Then that flare lasts days…weeks, and before you know it, nearly a month has gone by… Even when you consider telling those you love where you’ve been…it’s difficult to say, again.”
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Pain News Network 13h
A new study found that the vast majority of young people do not develop a substance abuse problem after getting their first prescription.
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