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SilverDove7 posted:
Has anyone ever seen a pain specialist and if so what do they do to and for you? What did you experience?

Fibrofog64 responded:
I went to a pain specialist and he sent me to warm water therapy 3x week for 3 months. This didn't work well, made me feel worse.

When I went back, they wanted to put me on narcotics. I have Tramodol as my main pain med and I'm not ready to go to narcotics. Needless to say, I won't be back to them.

Good luck
SilverDove7 replied to Fibrofog64's response:
So sorry it didnt work for you! Iam on neurotin 600mgs three times a day. I cant get Savella or Lyrica with medicaid. My mdoc said she cant up my neurotin without me seeing a pain specialist guess i will be seeing one soon. Maybe she thinks that the specialist can be of more help in getting these meds or something.


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