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Confused: test didn't detect neuropathy, but many symptoms

Neuropathy | Last Active: Feb 20, 2020 | Replies (38)

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@da20pilot It is amazing how different doctors can be. My pain doc recommended a medical marijuana card! He gave me all the forms I needed to fill out, where to mail, etc. Personally, I think you should get your card back, if you can. If it helped pain, you need it. Find a doc who will fill out the part that he needs to fill out, and get it again. I know you paid so much money for the first card, but it is money so well spent. I would even talk to a doctor before even seeing him, and ask if he will support your getting a card. God in heaven, you have been through way too much. Your life pulls on my heart strings. I will think about you, and hope that something helps. God bless you. Lori Renee

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Hey everyone – I received my medical marijuana card in hopes that it would take care of my pain and reduce my need for hydrocodone. Unfortunately, it was not as great as I had hoped for. My pain level equated to extra strength THC and as I crept up the dosing chart to find relief, it made me completely unable to function. I don't get that from opiods therefore, opiods win out for me. Now this is not what any Dr or our government wants to hear but too bad, it's a fact for some. My Mom for example…41 year chronic pain suffer from a motorcycle accident and on opiods to live somewhat of a less dysfunctional life. There are legit reasons for people to need certain drugs because other drugs or techniques dont work.Whoever brought up the point earlier about diabetics needing insulin….great point. Sometimes, it is what it is.

I know. This is crazy. 150 for my card he tells me he'll treat me then the next visit he says he won't. Unbelievable.