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    Chronic Pain From Liver Transplant
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    broice1947 posted:
    We'll all, here is the worst thing that has happened, I had another seizure, got taken to the hospital with a broken big toe (so I have to wear this monster thing on my foot) and I have a first meeting with another pain specialist tomorrow. I am bringing the dox from the hospital about the foot. But, nobody saw me have the seizure, and I don't even think I should tell him that I am having them. I am sick as a dog,. I never knew what withdrawal felt like, but these cramping feelings all over my body, the sneezing and yawning all must be part of it. Please pray for me tomorrow at !:00PM EST, that this doctor will help me otherwise I will be left hopeless, I am beginning to think I am worthless. I am hurting so bad and the only people who seem to care are all of you.
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