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Pittsburghsportsgirl posted:
Hi! I hope this finds you feeling better I know finding the right meds are hard. I agree with fentanyl being strong...have they considered Oxycontin? Same Med as Percocet without acetomenophen and last 8-12 hour so 2-3 a day and then something like norco for breakthrough pain? They also have oxycodone that goes to 30mg.without acetomenophen and seems to work better without it in it. Good luck
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Hello Pitt Girl

i'm your neighbor up 79 but Visit UPMC Pain Management often because the doctors here would not give a pain killer to there own mother dying of cancer, and thats on a good day.

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