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Old 07-08-2019, 10:19 PM   #1
RSD31
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I can't take NSAIDs any more after 40 years of being on them my Kinneys are acting up that the Doctor told to stop taking them know I hurting so bad I can hardly move Rsd is firing up at 10 don't know what to do .
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What other options do you have? Can you get referred to pain management? I was referred over and they took me off NSAIDs immediately (have history of ulcers) and switched me to hydrocodone/acetaminophen, lyrica, tizanidine and celebrex (technically a nsaid, I think, but supposedly far less risky).

If you're in a medical marijuana state you could try that too. I would get a referral to pain management as soon as you can if you're not already there. If you are and they won't help you I'd start looking for a new one. I've also heard good things about Kratom but have not tried it.
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