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Trika, I too have been mistreated too many times to count. I was in my mid 20’s when my severe pain started. Endometriosis, ovarian cysts, bad gallbladder, unknown internal bleeding where I would vomit blood and need transfusions.finally after 5 years got properly diagnosed with a genetic bleeding disorder, hernias, surgeries to correct mistakes that were made, the list goes on. But I have had 25 surgeries so far and I’m only 30 now. I was put in pain management after about 10 er visits and no one could find out what was wrong with me. Well after trying surgery after surgery things got worse in a few cases. After a lapor I had worse pain than when u went in. Wound up in the er over and over and the drs would not treat my pain.they did nothing. Turned out the surgeon while closing me up entrapped a major nerve. So finally had that removed with another surgery. Another time I had an ovary removed bc of a torsion and I couldn’t pee afterwards. The Dr still discharged new after not going to the bathroom once in 2 days. My belly looked pregnant and I’m only 100lbs. I couldn’t even move without crying. I went right down to the er after I was discharged. That er Dr just said I wanted iv pain meds and nothing was wrong with me. So as they were shoving me out the doors my labs came back showing my kidneys were shutting down.surprise surprise an ultrasound showed fluid in my abdomen and once they put a catheter in they got 3 liters of urine out of my abdomen. Yup I had a perpherated bladder. And no one believed me till it was almost too late. So surgery again. Than the same with my gallbladder. I was vomiting nonstop for months with so much pain, actually had a positive hyda scan and the drs still wouldn’t remove it bc they thought I just wanted another surgery for the meds! Than finally after 6 months if dealing with the bad gallbladder my husband convinced a Dr to take it out. By that time it was grey and infected.during that surgery they noticed my appendix and pelvic...

Dear God I pray that I one day am in a position to knock people like this ignorant, clueless person spouting obvious nonsense about taking responsibility and stop acting like pot smoking middle school off their smug pedestals. Diagnosed with Avascular Necrosis both hips at age 34 as a perfectly healthy person with no history of trauma, issues or history related to the disease. Left hip replaced healed fine. Ten years later right hip replaced after signs of symptoms. WHOLE DIFFERENT STORY. Refused to heal. From onset of pain to now, three full years after replacement, pain is worse. Too much to write but the way I have been treated???? OH MY GOSH!!!! I have had one replaced already so been through the whole procedure, pain meds, physical therapy, etc. Not an addictive person here. Clearly evidenced. My scar even different…totally raging, feverish, inverted, changed shape of my bottom…the changes I have had to go through, the shame, the agony, literally begging to die, not able to walk, not work, need medication and can’t get it because I am not believed…had to do my own research with doctors I am paying out of pocket by borrowing money from friends because with that disease it’s hard to get insurance and the doctors pooh pooh me out the door and I cannot walk?? Chronic pain does ore than demoralize and depress you…it kills your strength, your will, your being a human, and you then understand drug addicts have it BETTER than you in the United States of America. I was suicidal and before I took my life I got on the web and found an Avascular Necrosis support group which saved my life that night. They literally gave me the will to fight another year because what this person above STILL does NOT wrap their brain around is the word CHRONIC! Understand this means ALL THE TIME…that means there is NO BREAK which means a woman in labor actually gets a break. We have the strongest minds of anyone I know because being bedridden and enduring torture requires a l...

I see that this post was written several months ago – but am hoping you might see this anyway. I want to say a million thanks to you for this. I am having a really bad week dealing with my chronic pain issues – – I am 48 years old and have been dealing with chronic pain issues since I was 17, at which time I was diagnosed with Chronic Interstitial Cystitis. I have been very depressed lately as I have felt like I am also treated like an addict much of the time when I do seek pain medication. I have 30 years worth of stories to tell – detailing every treatment I have tried -and feel my history is completely dismissed and that I am disrespected so often – and especially by pharmacists , ER physicians and nurses. I have never abused any of my pain medication in any way yet feel as if that is how I am viewed as doing. To be honest, the treatment I have received by these so called professionals has caused my depression to worsen much more than the actual disease and pain itself. These last few weeks in particular have been hard as I have had to make several ER visits due to kidney stones — I have passed one, had one surgically removed and am getting ready to have a third surgery next week. Anyway — as I am being treated by a pain clinic for my IC — each time I have gone to the er for kidney stone pain I was sent home. No diagnostics were done to determine what was going on. They just assumed I was drug seeking after hearing my history and sent me home on three different occasions … I finally went to a different ER – they diagnosed the stones – referred me to a urologist who did my surgery and is getting ready to do another (as I said , one stone I passed on my own). But bottom line is- over a two week period I made those 3 ER visits and was sent home in excruciating pain — I thought I was going crazy – I knew the pain was terrible but couldn’t get them to see that it was something beyond my normal IC pain which is bad enough. Anyway – this was just one in a ve...

I was diagnosed with RA at the of 7, I have leg spasms, chronic migraines and my SI joints hurt me so badly that I often can’t walk. Those are the worse of my many problems, the problems that introduced me to opiates. Had I had any idea whatsoever that I was walking straight into hell, I would have declined each and every prescription. For 3 years I was unaware I had a problem, I mean I truly didn’t know, not until it was too late. I’m not sure when it happened but I had transitioned into this completely different person who woke up every day full of dread trying to remember weather or not I had drugs. Prescriptions were now only another source, out of many sources I had found along the way. My fear of withdrawals drove me to all those moral compromises, and withdrawal itself lead to the most desperate and pathetic of times, many many times over. I can barely stand to think about the things I’ve done just for 5mg to stop the sickness, things that the real me would never do. My life no belonged to me, I had no control. And that wasn’t because I had convinced myself that I had no control in attempts to justify doing drugs, like many people think addicts do. I literally had no choice, as the withdrawals are so unbearable that I would rather die then to ever go through them again. Yes, it’s that bad. 6 years of use, the last 3 years extreme abuse, with last year being the absolute worst year of my entire life. The most pain I’ve ever had, including the emotional pain which is this whole other aspect that’s damaging in a way that only an opiate addict would understand.guilt, self hatred, regret.all together, it’s the ultimate darkness. It’s been 91 days since I’ve taken any opiates, don’t ask me how I did it cause it sounds ridiculous.all that matters is that I did it. I escaped, and now I am free. Those words, “I am free”, make me choke up every time I say them. So, yes it’s unfortunate that people abuse drugs, and yes there should be a better system for recovery. I...

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