Well it happened -- rushed to detox ward onmoday and dried out even though I never abused drugs ever.
My doc had a theory that I was allergic to all narcotics> As the methadonIy may be a while before this clars up.
Being allergic to narcotics has made my like a lot worse as my pain is a level of 10 and there is not much I can do. my docwanted me on cymbalta but my drug store wanTs, and believe it!, $875 for a months prescription with my drug insurance.
What the **** is this about it? My pain is at 10 and That bottle will take my whole SS check. NO CAN DO!
Thanks for your Reply!
You can ask your doctor if he'll prescribe something similar to Lyrica, but with a generic.
Generics generally cost far-less than band name meds, such as Lyrica.
Itching is either a side effect, or an allergic reaction to opioids, your body doesn't know if you were taking them legally or illegally. Use or abuse doesn't really matter in this case. I hope you are feeling better by now.
You are encouraged to report negative side effects of prescription drugs to the FDA. Visit the FDA MedWatch website or call 1-800-FDA-1088.
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