Hi Al I'm new here, please forgive any misspellings are use us text to screen program in order to write. Itsomewhat understands what I want to write but not all the time and I don't always catch it so please forgive me now for any odd post. Just a second note on this post I push the about me paragraph to the bottom because I ended up rambling a little bit.
I'll be having surgery FoR some GYN issuesi've been with pain management for about a year now I'm on a fint patch 50mg I change it every two days now and I can have five Dilot it to milligram pills per day. I hate to say it but it hasn't taken away my pain I have good days and bad days. The current plan for me is to have surgery and come home and take 2 2mg of the allotted every four hours for the first two days.
This should work but I'm having doubts sometimes I'm still in pain after taking 4 mg allotted I'm starting to doubt this pain management program but I really don't know what else to do. What do you all do when you have surgery the problem is we already take on a regular basis the usual medications that they would give us during surgery what is the plan nobody else but me simple worried about this.
I had my gallbladder removed last year I woke up screaming in pain and crying and screaming for over six hours because they had given me the limit of medication they normally use which for me was nothing they finally ordered a higher dose however the nurse that refuse to give it to me because they had never given that much medication I was left in agony for hours to make it worse the nurse kept coming in there and pulling me out of bed telling me to walk around would help but what a nightmare outs to make it even worse I found out this hospital had to pay management program the same one that I'm with they never called them if they had they were supposed to be given a special chart to use I cannot believe something like this happened in one of the biggest major hospitals. And to make matters worse as many of you know if you've been like me a bit in the hospital f.
I currently have fibromyalgia, Crushed nerves in my neck that do not respond to any medication other than injections,
Lots of problems with my back too many to name. But I'm unable to stand for more than 20 minutes. I'm only 35 years old.
When I first received my medication it was like my life started over again I went from being in bed wanting to kill myself. To going outside shopping trying to find a job and eventually trying to get myself in school which was no small feat considering my other disabilities, to put it mildly I more or less had to sue them to get it until the day I went into class and we were doing a lab and I was forced to stand I was in so much pain I literally collapsed to the floor my class was over at that point.i'm trying not to give up I'm getting ready to start a homestudy course at least I can do it from my bed but as many of you know it beat you down. I feel like I'm a slave to the pain medication recently it started to not work as well my days are now measured not about if I'm pain-free but how much pain I have to deal with it whether or not it actually goes away her. Wow sorry for the rambling I guess I'm feeling sorry for Myself I think I'll go ahead and push this to the bottom of the post say people don't have to read this immediately.