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    An_248742 posted:
    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!
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