ldycountry responded:Well I went back to my pain management today and after they sent my test to the lab they came back that I was only taking what was prescribed to me ... So now everything is ok and I am going to start getting injections in my knee for there is no cushion between my bones ole author... Thanks for all the advice and I learned a very good lesson on meds.. I will never ever take ANYTHING except my meds if I leave them at home I will just have to take a point at work and leave to get them as when we miss or leave we are on point system. but without the meds I cannot work so be it.... Hope everyone can find help to be relieved from their pain... whoever said life starts at 50 must not have been 50 or have to work very hard lol Again thanks for the advice I learned a lot from your advice...ldy...
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