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They have my husband on several meds. still not helping, what do i do. clonidine, gabapentin, cyclobenzaprine, hydrocodone, diazepam, gabapentin, naproxen. they put him on and then take him off.

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Dr. Mary Engrav answered

Specializes in Emergency Medicine

I don't know what his condition is as it is not in the question, but it sounds like you need to establish with a pain management physician that can help control his pain. Pain management physicians are anesthesiologists that specialize in controlling patient's pain.

Answered Dec 26, 2018

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Dr. Gregory Fiasconaro III answered

Specializes in Anesthesiology

It sounds like your spouse had a chronic pain problem. Does he have a diagnosis? Are two different doctors sure i'd his primary problem? Has he had surgery? Has he had a second opinion? You should ask the doc, what are we treating? Would surgery help? Does he have a whole body problem like rheumatoid arthritis? Or is it chronic pain after an injury or surgery? Good luck.

Answered Mar 19, 2013

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