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    dumping the pain management doctor.
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    Wolfsong452 posted:
    well, can't decide, other than talking to me when I come for my every 8 week appointment, not much is going on.

    I'm thinking of quiting the whole thing, anti-depressants, muscle relaxers, and narco,

    I'm not sure if they're realling helping. I feel the only way to find out is quit taking everything and see if there is any difference.

    I have upped my vitamin D, doctor just wasn't acting like they thought this was a big deal. OH, your numbers are 11, all you need to an over the counter bottle.

    ha!

    I've also started a bigger dose of magnesium, and B12, and a multi vitamin.

    I'll see what happens.

    Has anyone ever given up on the pain management and walked away from those meds?

    Thing is, PCP can't do narco, so, that would be an bummer.

    not sure what I'm going to do.
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