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Chronic Pain?

Question by flagguttie: Chronic Pain?
I have Chronic Pain going on 11 years. I have been on many pain medications over the years, had several pain doctors perform several injections in several places to try and freeze or kill the nerves. I have recently had a neuro stimulator installed and it seems to have some relief and I am still on medication. I would like to get off the medication and I know the withdrawls will be hell. What’s the best way to handle these symptons and avoid having major issues while coming off?
I am on MS-Contin 15mg – 2 per day, and Loratab 10/500 – 4 per day

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Answer by war b
theres many natural pain medications, i suggest slowly going off, just decrease your meds every couple days, soon when you get to 1 pill start cutting it in half and ect ect.

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