• Fracture

    Asked by Jbogardk on Sunday, May 8, 2016

    Fracture

    I now have a fracture in my left side sacrum. I go in on the 18th for more cement. My question is about pain. I have Kaiser and they will not fill my pain meds. I think I have been labeled some kind of drug addict because I have cancer.

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    • Jbogardk's Avatar
      Jbogardk

      I'm scared of pain. I could be a 5 or 6 and it will make me mone and cry. I've started drinking to try to numb it a little. I take sleeping pills and Ativan.

      almost 4 years ago
    • meyati's Avatar
      meyati

      @Jbogardk I started telling the doctors that I'm thinking of drinking to kill the pain. I tell them that they aren't taking care of me. Then they wonder why older people do what they do.

      I've heard the best care is in Ecuador and Uruguay. The problem is that so many people go there for medical care-died from cancers, and they don't take care of business so the governments can bury them. That Jones Town Suicide in 1978, Guyuana-South America--I think that only 4 families took their dead to America and buried them. Guyuana still has hundreds of dead Ameicans. Many countries have bodies of long dead Americans and British. To be a legal resident, most of the South American countries demand that you have a full body scan- I think a CAT Scan. If you had cancer, some countries say that you must be cancer free for about 5 years after treatment stops. It's only decent to make arrangements in a strange country, and pay for it.

      almost 4 years ago
    • barryboomer's Avatar
      barryboomer

      Fentanyl patches. Oxycontin high doses. Roxonol under tongue. And things like Elavil. Will do the trick. Hospice of palliative doc

      almost 4 years ago

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