I am disabled due to chronic pain, all I want for Christmas is my life back. I have been seen by the "best" pain management doctors around. Morphine, Oxycontin, Fetanyl and the weaker pharmaceuticals to boost, all proved worthless in the end. I am willing to share information that some may find useful as I am at the embryonic stage of my journey. There is hope. I am no sales person and will share ways to regain hope when all else feels lost. I'm your neighbor and friend. Peace...Out.
DLPA, DHEA and Kratom. The metrics are not fully understood, in conjunction with the bodies own molecular structure. I am currently breaking down and isolating the chemical enhancers in each of these and trying to isolate the beneficial factors and qualities needed for those in chronic pain. No animals or humans are harmed in my laboratories, only big PHARMA's could suffer.
by Bellamie5 years ago
Gout~~lots of cherry products.
by NGRIA Bassett6 years ago
Any non narcotic or alcohol tips?
by andrew savage3 years ago
Thousands of people parish each year to mistakenly overdosing on opiate based pain killers and other legal narcotics? Would marijuana be the optimal alternative to this national epidemic?
by livingwithbipolar3 years ago
I used to be a healthy person, this fibromyalgia is a pain (LITERALLY). What I want to discuss is, is that why aren't more doctors knowledgeable and Empathetic about this disease? My question is, why in the hell would I...
by Thomas Haines7 years ago
I wrote this letter to a doctor after she dropped my wife due to pain medication. Dear Doctor,this letter is being sent to you on behalf of my wife and myself.There is a...
by Theresa Kennedy5 years ago
Greetings fellow hubbers! My hub about chronic pain used to have a nice score in the 80's and since tweaking it a few weeks ago, the score is stuck in the 70's. I think it was over-tweaked and now I'm at a loss as to...
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