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How Do You Get Pain Meds From Dds
Why do you need em?: Any responsible dentist will give pain meds to a patient if they had work to warrant them. Some people have a low tolerance for pain and take non-prescription analgesics. If you do need something stronger, then talk to your dentist. If you're just hunting for drugs...I hope as i write this i would say the vast majority of my profession would ignore your request. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can I ask to be admitted for IV pain meds to get my pain under control? I'm having bad pain flares and my oral pain meds aren't working right now
Pain: Hi, if your pain is too much to tolerate you can always go to ED for evaluation and management of the pain. Also if your disease activity is stable but ur pain is not controlled you might need adjustment of your medication, you can see a pain doctor. ...Read more
My wife is on a lot of meds recently we found out she's on a list n can't get her pain meds cause she's afraid to tell them her son was stealing them?
?question: Not quite sure what the question is here. Pain medication is important to monitor effectively to assure that medications are used most effectively, and assure they are not being abused. The situation you are in at home is unfortunate, but you need to realize, you are responsible for your own medications, and really want to assure your son can not get them, and he also needs help. Good luck both! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See your doctor: Talk to your doctor. He/she can prescribe medications that can treat the symptoms or withdraw that will occur. Great decision! ...Read more
Im not taking the pain meds to get high to make it clear. But when i used to take them i used to be so out of it now i don't get like that? Why?
Opiates: Opiates are not designed for repeated use, unless for terminal or severe pain. Please re-submit your question to include the specific reason for your pain. Please also submit if a physician is prescribing them. You are describing the phenomenon of tolerance. This represents a significant transition in whether these medications will be effective. ...Read more
Been on pain meds for a long time.Want to get off.What's your best suggestion?Am seeing p.Management now but would like other input.Have been honest w
Gradually: You may taper off the dose by one or two percent every other day with the guidance of your physician. Quitting "cold turkey, " or suddenly is dangerous, but it is done! please consult a physician while making changes in your medications. Honesty with yourself is the first step, but learning from others' experiences may help guide you. Support groups may help in this. ...Read more
Acupuncture: You might wish to discuss the option of acupunture with your treating physician. ...Read more
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