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Old 09-30-2009, 09:54 AM
rawntakacs rawntakacs is offline
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Post Looking For People That Are On Prialt From Dilaudid

I Am A Diabetic With Extreme Cronic Neuropathy Of Both Feet, At The End Of My Wits, Been Through Every Drug, Anti Depressants, Lyrica, Gabrapenton, Oxy, Loritab, Ect Ect ...now On Im Dilaudid And Still Not Going Below A 5-6 Daily And Most Of The Time A 7-9. My Doctor Says Prialt Is My Final Hope, Anyone Gone This Route?? Please Help Me With Your Insight.
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DIABETIC 53 M WITH CRONIC NEUROPATHY IN BOTH FEET, 5 YEARS OF PAIN, 2 YEARS OF COMPLETE MISERY , PAIN LEVELS AT 5-8 AL THE TIME, NOW ON 4MG 1CC IM DILAUDID AND HATING IT, WANT TO HEAR MORE ABOUT PRIALT, THEY SAY ITS MY LAST RESORT?? LOOKING FOR HELP FROM OTHERS TO TALK TO ABOUT HOW TO SURVIVE THIS NIGHTMARE!
SURGERIES: DELLON PROCEDURE NERVE DECOMPRESSION...EPIDURAL INJECTIONS, SPINAL CORD STIMULATER,
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