Praying for me

Hi everyone I hit a brick wall as far as pain goes and am in a whole new level of pain. It is really getting hard for me to walk a lot, I am hurting all over from fibromyalisa and degeneration and osteoarthritis. I have so much to do around here. Β I just need something to give me some relief of some of the pain. The problem is my Dr. Only gives me tramadol for pain and it isn’t helping. I feel worse if I stay in bed and cleaning being active is supposed to help. Only now the pain fro Β even walking kills my feet. So pray I find a solution to these harsher pains.

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56 thoughts on “Praying for me

  1. Did you talk to him about some other kind of pain drug? I know doctors are getting squeamish about prescribing controlled substances and it’s getting more and more difficult to get the scrips filled, too.
    It may take several different tries before you find one that really helps.
    Sending you hugs and hopes for feeling better. πŸ™‚

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  2. My doc won’t give me anything but tramadol for my fibromyalgia. I asked and he said it was the best. Best for what I don’t know. I don’t even fill the prescriptions anymore. I just use Acetaminophen Extra Strength because it works about the same as Tramadol. Neither kills the pain, just dulls it for me. I hear you on walking pain, yesterday my right foot kept giving out. Hope you get some good results with your doctor.

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  3. I am so sorry to hear of your pain and the pain of the others who commented above. i can only imagine how awful it must be for all of you and so many others too. I have no home remedy but will keep all of you in my heart and in my prayers for some way for you to find relief. Namaste Michelle

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  4. Check into Kratom. It’s helping a lot of people in pain. Here’s a good site to begin to learn about it and the different types.http://ensobotanicals.com/

    I use white vein for energy and green for mood and anxiety. The red vein strain is for pain…but to stay awake you may want to mix it with white. There are also groups on FB who talk about it and you can find out about vendors there too.

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  5. Do you have a neurologist? Mine prescribes Lyrica and Cymbalta for my neuropathy and fibro. Even though I am paralyzed, I have full sensation and suffer from terrible chronic pain. These medications have significantly reduced all my pain. The only side effect I experience is fatigue, but that dissipates with time.

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  6. Gabapentin is not as safe, so be careful with that one. I was on it for a while but my doctor took me off of it due to my bloodwork. It effects liver functions and something else which I’ve forgotten. It’s too bad about the Lyrica. Although, gabapentin does significantly help reduce pain. I am praying for you. Truly. I know what chronic pain feels like, how it hinders life. God bless you.

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  7. I wonder if the pain doctors and the DEA have ever read *anything* written by pain patients themselves – or care in the slightest what happens to their lives. It both annoys and infuriates me to read posts like these. I am so sorry to read here (and elsewhere) that so many are suffering needlessly – whether through willful ignorance or corruption at the top.

    I also despise the fear (i.e., cowardice) in the medical community who darn well KNOWS better – or darn well SHOULD (and I rarely use that shaming word – but what is happening to people like those commenting here IS shameful.)
    xx,
    mgh
    (Madelyn Griffith-Haynie – ADDandSoMuchMore dot com)
    – ADD Coach Training Field founder; ADD Coaching co-founder –
    “It takes a village to transform a world!”

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  8. Checking in to say hi. Thinking of you, and hoping that you kick that pain’s ass and that it effs off and leaves you be for a while. I guess with chronic pain you count moments when you’re pain-free. If we had to quantify, how many minutes would you say you get relief in a day?
    Big hug,
    Jill (formerly Spanglish Jill)

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  9. I totally get it on some levels as I have Chronic Fatigue Syndrome with the accompanying deep muscle pains, I do use a cane sometimes to get up if I’ve been been sitting for too long and walk up the stairs very slowly and hanging onto the railing for support due to pain in my thigh muscles. This is to say that I understand the ongoing pain and the frustrations of an invisible illness. The muscles I use to walk aren’t affected as much so I look normal when I’m out and about.

    It seems you are struggling with greater pain than what I deal with, so my prayers for you to find a solution for the more harsher pains that can be so taxing on one’s well-being. The ongoing low-level aches and pains are trying enough! God bless.

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  10. Hello Ava, I’m sorry to hear that you’re also in severe pain. I take root ginger every day, you can start with 500mg tablets, they help with inflammation (I’ve both, that and neuropathy).
    All the best, love Faith 🐻 πŸ’œ

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