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blocker6 posted:
I give my self blocks between each finger and each knuckel i have pits in between my fingers and i was wondering if i could do one shot in my wrist and stop six shots a day
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ctbeth responded:
sounds like a question for you to ask your prescribing MD.

why do you do the injections? do they help you? just curious as to what this is all about.
 
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David Maine, MD responded:
Wish I could help you with this one but need more information to offer any advice. Why do you perform these injections? Do you see a physician for this?
 
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catzzzz replied to David Maine, MD's response:
Is there a way to contact u directly? Please, u sound so informed and caring. I need someone to really help me with my pain management.
 
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Caprice_WebMD_Staff replied to catzzzz's response:
Hi Catzzzz,

Dr. Maine is well-informed and caring; you're right.

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