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Implantable neurostimulator for chronic pain

Spine Health | Last Active: Jun 8 8:39am | Replies (328)

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@timfitz

I did a trial with the new St. Jude product and it was a disaster… it didn’t help and the techs from St Jude didn’t know how to operate it… I certainly did not have them put it in for good and I am very glad i did not. I am using sublingual CBD from the marijuana plant, it works better than the stimulator did, it works quite well actually. NO THC in it, so you don’t get high, not illegal, and don’t smoke it… find a reliable source though.

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@timfitz Had the St Jude’s stimulator put in – looking for anything to
help my 30 yr back pain. Had it removed 1 1/2 yrs later. It did no good
but rumble away, not fooling my brain.Can take no pain meds, since I have
reacted to over 40 or had no relief. Is the CBD very expensive? Have tried
the THC oil, and I do not react to it, the same as all those meds. am at
wit’s end. Oh, I tried THC very recently. and it did nothing for me, the
same as all the strong pain killers. I did not react even with quite a
dose. @ladyjane85

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