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What is the best way to get soma and Percocet from a doctor?

it's getting to where the pain is driving me insane

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The best way to get them is to tell the doctor that they are the only medication that makes you feel better. If it is good for you he or she will let you know or prescribe some other medication.

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He has been prescribing them but here in the south the pill head problem is pretty bad. He is a doctor at an urgent care office. He's the only doctor I like. He's a metal head like me. But he is getting worried about the DEA. I'm not sure what to do. I'm seeing him tomorrow.
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Be honest with doctor about your symptoms, and the history of drugs you have tried and did not work.

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It is getting harder and harder to find a doctor who is not afraid of the DEA, but there are still some of them around. The only thing I can suggest is that you get a referral from the urgent care doc to a Pain Management Specialist, but first, call some of them and ask if they really manage pain or if all they do is spinal injections and surgeries. In my area, the younger doctors are the ones who are cowards when it comes to the DEA, and the older docs who are not. Good luck.

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Thank you for responding. The first of April I did have a nerve block shot. It was great for the first 6 hours. When the lidocaine wore off the only thing I had was a numb thumb. That made it pretty dang hard to play angry birds lol. I fear being stuck at a pill mill. I live in Florence south Carolina and there r more pill mills than reputable pain management offices. I have skin grafts over 65 percent of my body. I need a doc that will treat me not take my money and give me drugs.
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You need a very good doctor who understands that, in addition to having serious injuries, you are in a lot of pain. I wonder if it would be worthwhile to contact a dermatologist, since they are skin doctors. It's really hard for me to say, but you need much more than just someone to write prescriptions. I recently found an internal medicine doctor who has agreed to be my primary care doctor and my pain doctor. I am so happy to be with him. He has eliminated all the hassle of going to "pain management specialists" who really only want to do procedures. When it comes to actually managing pain, they are cowards and don't want to do it.

I hope you can find your doctor in shining armor--the one who will care for you, AND care about you. God bless, my friend.
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At this point a derm doc couldn't really do anything. The skin is healed. The problems r under the skin,heat. Bands,scar tissue
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