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Old 01-05-2013, 11:58 AM   #1
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In a bind

I'm filling out some state papers. I have to disclose what meds I'm on. I could disclose the hydro but I'd rather not. I also take Xanax, which I don't mind noting. But, I have to totally get off the hyrdo by next week. I was thinking of asking my doc for Tramadol. I took them before and they used to give me horrible stomach contractions. I should have done this months ago when I could have tapered right, now I'm just going to have to suffer it out. I have some Neurotin from the days of my first injury. I was going to try to take that.

So, I suppose I'll be gutting this out.

Any suggestions ? I'd rather be off the schedule III drugs than to miss the opportunity I have if I'm not. The opportunity far outweighs this stupid pill, though God it helps so much for my neck pain and migraines. I could probably explain it (and my doc is willing to write me a letter) but I'm just totallly crushed even thinking about writing that down.

I can only see one way to tell the truth and accomplish my goal and that is not to take them at all.

I'm so upset about having to go through the wds.

I don't have time to go get clonidine so I'll have to make due with what I have here.

Anyone got some suggestions, such as me stop being a whimp and just deal with three days of feeling really lousy for a lifetime of happiness from this opportunity LOL

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Re: In a bind

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The opportunity far outweighs this stupid pill, though God it helps so much for my neck pain and migraines. I could probably explain it (and my doc is willing to write me a letter) but I'm just totallly crushed even thinking about writing that down.

I can only see one way to tell the truth and accomplish my goal and that is not to take them at all.
Hello junkmailboneyar and welcome back.

If you need the meds and don't have a propensity towards abusing them,then I don't see how a doctor's letter can hurt.

You can try contacting human resources and find out their policy with respect to prescription drugs. You can call in anonymously,if you are concerned about revealing your identity.

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