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Jennifer

United States

#22 Oct 28, 2012
People do drugs because of the pain they feel physically but also mentally. Life is hard for some people. You people who talk bad about people .
Try beeing in there shoes. Just for one day.
Just Me

United States

#23 Oct 29, 2012
Jennifer wrote:
People do drugs because of the pain they feel physically but also mentally. Life is hard for some people. You people who talk bad about people .
Try beeing in there shoes. Just for one day.
I agree, Jennifer. I've watched my beautiful child turn into something almost unrecognizable. She was confident, dedicated and assured of her future. Then came along Mr. Wrong. She is now depressed, beaten down and will spend a good bit of her life in a cell. The physical is over -- the mental will most likely last a while. She will spend a long time behind bars, but requires 1 year rehab first -- both physical AND mental. I was told it was required now that they receive both. But that still doesn't take away from the fact that she willingly entered into this situation. She wasn't born poor, sub-par educated, exposed to rougher members of society. She jumped on the Meth train and never looked back. I'm not blaming everyone but her; she's just one pawn in this whole game. Everyone has choices; regardless of your personal situation taking pills or meth or whatever the vice may be is a CHOICE. Their decisions have rippled down to every member of society.

Me trying to get help legitimately makes me no better than the guy that breaks into a cancer patients home, shoots them for their meds. It just means I made a different choice -- I like to think better choice. And I didn't have to kill anyone to get it. And PLEASE don't jump me for saying only the poor and uneducated are users. Those with masters degrees to GEDs; Mallard Point to Spindle Top; fast food to police officers to CEO's of companys -- they're all suseptible and some active users. I have passed the kidney stone part for now: got set up with pain specialist and approved for the NEXT time (hopefully months away!). I just think when it makes it hard for Dr to do their jobs effectively and the government is stepping in to make medical decisions for us all with no medical background its time to fight back. And dammit exposing my child, and my other children at home to meth, not knowing whether my neighbor is gardening or making meth in the shed in the back is a load of crap. I do FEEL for those in physical and mental pain, but get a freakin' grip and stop thinking so selfishly.
Serry

Georgetown, KY

#24 Oct 29, 2012
get some clothes on

Since: Aug 12

Middlesboro, KY

#25 Nov 3, 2012
Just Me wrote:
<quoted text> I think its great that you can be so healthy and live a preventive lifestyle. I, on the other hand, don't get kidney stones through the environment. In Kentucky, the limestone in the water causes them; therefore, lots of water, the occassional beer and cranberry juice would keep them under control. Unfortunately, I produce uric acid naturally and therefore the kidney stones continue to reoccur. Most don't HAVE health insurance, therefore can not make a monthly appt to a doctor, therefore go to pill-mills or less reputable doctors for pills; therefore, the state of Kentucky in their wisdom have locked everything down. It's frustrating the hell out of physicians as well.
"Blaming the pillheads, meth...for something they didn't do". Let's see, they DIDN'T get a freakin' job, the DIDN'T think about others when they started mfg; they DIDN'T think about the impact on others when the used all their $$ to get pills and then went to the gov't to get food. How about the guy the other day that stabbed his girlfriend to death in front of her two children because she bought McD's for them instead of pills for him? Oh yeah, lets defend that SOB. You can go visit him in jail and kiss his butt for a while. Maybe when he gets out you can hook up with him and pray to God he doesn't stab YOU when you buy gas instead of pills for him. BTW: I drove my daugther to the police station and turned her in after her methlab exploded. I was devastated, clueless. Giving them $$ for rent because they couldn't find work. NOPE! Just too damn lazy, and they used the $$ to mfg meth. Didn't recognize the signs; just thought they were struggling to make it. I just wasn't aware of what they were making. Pissed? Yep. Sad? Yep. But they made the choice. You defending them just doesn't make sense.
I ain't the healthiest person in the world, I've had my ups and downs with medical problems, and no I don't have medical coverage. You just keep blaming your choices on everything else, just because you do it, does not mean that I have to. You turning your daughter in, that was your decision, better luck to ya. I'm still going through hard ships in my life and you want to talk about your problems, look around you, you ain't the only one with problems. I don't think anybody has the right to blame what happens to yourself on anybody else, especially meth and pill heads. It makes sense to defend whoever I want to defend.
PILL HEAD

Julian, NC

#26 Jan 8, 2013
Its really not my fault. It just happened, my friends did them. I started out around 14 doing 5mg lortabs. And then over time you just do more, and "graduate" to more powerful pain killers to keep yourself happy. It decepts you, you don't realize your getting worse. I don't want to make things harder on your kidney stones. I just want my pills, my beautiful opiates that make me feel alive and happy with myself. I have had a horrible life, most of you people raised in the suburbs with white picket fences around your house with the perfect family could never understand why people are addicted to drugs, some memories won't disperse on there own. Emotions stay, and life is gray and dull when your sober. I love pills, I snort/bang them everyday, and in that moment there is nothing that would ever bring me down.
PlLL BlLLY

United States

#27 Jan 8, 2013
Sounds like you are the pill head. What's wrong? Are you shitting water? Visit me at taco bell. Ill make it better. You aren't any better than anyone else.
zen

Jeffersonville, IN

#28 Jan 10, 2013
i am a medical professional. you shouldnt be masking pain with pain meds. if truly kidney stone, it can cause severe damage and needs treatment by a doctor. so many people want to pop a pill without treating the underlying problem. there will be pains in life, we are all getting older. try advil and if it doesnt work, see a doctor about other treatment other than pain pills. more people dying from OD than car accidents, it is the leading cause of accidental death in the US. people dont know what they are fooling with and the damage these drugs cause.
zen

Jeffersonville, IN

#29 Jan 10, 2013
memories wont go away on their own pill billy but therapy and exercise helps. sad life to have to snort bang pills. do you have kids? they will mimic you and do your really want your future generations to be pill billys too?
OKZ

Winchester, KY

#30 Jan 28, 2013
Fact is some people really require pain meds to be able to get through the day. This doesn't make them bad or a pill head. If someone has legit reasons to be on them it is understandable. The real legit pain clinic doctors know the difference between an addict and someone who really needs their help. A legit clinic will take insurance which leaves those who don't a pill mill.
country-bumpkin

United States

#31 Jan 28, 2013
My 15 year old son is an abuser. I tell him to stop but who am I to blame I'm the one who gives them to him
super dave

United States

#32 Jan 28, 2013
country-bumpkin wrote:
My 15 year old son is an abuser. I tell him to stop but who am I to blame I'm the one who gives them to him
Yeah I bet you let him dress him self too
Future Caregiver

Stanton, KY

#34 Jan 29, 2013
donna

United States

#35 Jan 4, 2014
I agree i think the legislators have over stepped their boundaries!! I called my dentist for a antibiotic and because she had not seen me in the last six months she would not give them to me. I said you have to be kidding it is not like I am asking for pain pills it is a antibiotic. Nope!!! So I suffered for 4 months until I could get the money to go and have it pulled!!!
Joann

Georgetown, KY

#36 Jan 5, 2014
donna wrote:
I agree i think the legislators have over stepped their boundaries!! I called my dentist for a antibiotic and because she had not seen me in the last six months she would not give them to me. I said you have to be kidding it is not like I am asking for pain pills it is a antibiotic. Nope!!! So I suffered for 4 months until I could get the money to go and have it pulled!!!
you don't have any teeth!!!! Bahahaha
dts

Manchester, KY

#37 Aug 7, 2014
Just me wrote:
I want to thank you so very much for making life so much more difficult for those of us with genuine medical needs. I have suffered from kidney stones for almost fifteen years. For twelve years when I felt one on the move I could call the office and they would phone in a prescription for 15 Lortab 5 to guide me through the next three or four days of pure agony.(For those who've not had one try peeing a ball of nails the size of a golfball) This happens every 9-12 months or so. Imagine my painful surprise when I felt one on the move this past week, made my phone call only to find out that because of YOUR abuse and activities I can't simply do that anymore. I have to see a pain specialist, who reviews my needs then makes a recommendation. I can THEN make another appointment to see my doctor who evaluates THAT recommendation, and THEN I can get a prescription. Time frame: I can see my doctor Sep 17th. By then it will have passed on its own in a very, VERY uncomfortable fashion. So, as I sit here hoping the hot shower I'm about to take is going to easy it a little more I will be thinking about how ticked off I am at all of you.
*U really need someone to blame, ok, lets blame the doctors! An the distribution agencys, huh
neverunderstoodi t

Bowling Green, KY

#38 Aug 14, 2014
I don't know how people get addicted to tabs. I've had them for various surgeries and they've never done anything for me. Sure they might have covered up the pain a bit but I've never gotten a high from them. What is so addictive about them besides the physical addiction? I can see how the body gets addicted but are there really people who get high from them? I don't get it.

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