I was informed by my pain specialist doc last week, that he will oversee my care and prescribe for 3 more months, then turn me back over to my primary doc. My primary doc refused to prescribe Oxycontin anymore...that's how I ended up going to the pain clinic in the first place. The pain doc assures me all will be okay after he oversses my treatment and writes a letter to my family doc, he says it helps the family docs be "off the hook" for prescribing narcotics...especially the big "O". So we shall see.
Hang in there...when is you next appointment?
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> From: <PositiveThought7@aol.com>
> To: Multiple recipients of list ADHESIONS
<firstname.lastname@example.org> > Date: 7/31/01 10:35:58 PM
> Subject: Frustrated to the Nth degree
> Has anyone ever been able to get all their doctors to agree on a method
> of treatment for pain management?? The Primary Care sends me to a pain
> specialist, he in turn sends me to another because my kind of pain is
> not his speciality. From there, additional paperwork & medical history
> must be updated from all the doctors and I find myself spinning my
> wheels while they get their collective heads together. In the meanwhile
> I am still in pain and running very low on patience, time & money. Any
> ideas on how to get them all together?
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