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    continual back pain
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    An_255299 posted:
    where to start? yes I've had rods and screws implanted by neuro dr x2, 5 years apart, have been told I have disk problems, spinal stenosis, I also have scs for over 7 years, work very hard with rep to get it just right' many m.any visits, stimulation likes to go to stomach-chest area if strong enough to work on back while being on 2700mg neurontin day 800sklexxtin 2x day,oxy5 3x day lunesta pm,($65mo with insurance
    & their discount card) Butran 10 patches(over &100mo-told don,t qualify for discount program) Effexor 75er 2xday. I don't know what to do any more, we live in a small town, larger city over 2 hrs away. I went to de yesterday,he got mad at me for going to ER for constant cronic pain, threatened to no longer treat me if go to er again
    I am very frustrated and in pain ANY SUGGESTIONS?? PLEASE HELP
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