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About time

Somerset, KY

#26 Nov 19, 2012
Garden-Planter wrote:
More Suboxone Clicics would all but solve the pill problem. Suboxone works if the body can tolerate it and it's used the way it's supposed to be. It has seemed to do wonders for those who got it from their doctor legally and used it properly.
Suboxone doesn't really work. You just get addicted to the Suboxone. And they try to take you down too quickly, before your body can adjust. I know very few who came out of the clinics drug free and not addicted to Suboxone.
Charlie

Somerset, KY

#27 Nov 19, 2012
Methadone is a great way to get off drugs if the ppl running the clinics and the DRs run them correctly and regulate them so ppl aren't in there for 10 years. I was in an out of state methadone clinic that's run the right way and I've been COMPLETELY drug free for 6 years. The clinic here is only interested in money, they don't care about the patients and as long as you can pay, they'll let you stay as long as you want.
whazup

London, KY

#28 Nov 19, 2012
Hey you all. For your alls info most of the 49 other states are not like Kentucky. I have lived all over this country and you people have every state beaten in the pill department, you all ought to be proud of your selves, that is quite an accomplishment.Most other states don't have so called pain clinics.You go to a regular doctors office or hospital and get treated and they only prescribe you so much of those pills so you dont get hooked on them.Then if you still have problems they send you to specialist to try and figure out what the problem is.I can see the addiction if you are terminally ill.But just because you hurt somewhere is a load of crap.I have had teeth pulled and broken bones and never used anything stronger than 800 mg motrin.It is just a sorry excuse to get a fix.How ever you look at it that stuff is still heroin, go buy it off the streets it will be cheaper for you.What a bunch of wussies.
Sad

Somerset, KY

#29 Feb 20, 2013
whazup wrote:
Hey you all. For your alls info most of the 49 other states are not like Kentucky. I have lived all over this country and you people have every state beaten in the pill department, you all ought to be proud of your selves, that is quite an accomplishment.Most other states don't have so called pain clinics.You go to a regular doctors office or hospital and get treated and they only prescribe you so much of those pills so you dont get hooked on them.Then if you still have problems they send you to specialist to try and figure out what the problem is.I can see the addiction if you are terminally ill.But just because you hurt somewhere is a load of crap.I have had teeth pulled and broken bones and never used anything stronger than 800 mg motrin.It is just a sorry excuse to get a fix.How ever you look at it that stuff is still heroin, go buy it off the streets it will be cheaper for you.What a bunch of wussies.
I hear ya... I don't think that some people around here would ever leave their home if it wasn't for them having to go to the pharmacy to get their prescriptions filled then to the mailbox to get their ssi checks for their "bad nerves".
Gil

Hazard, KY

#30 Jun 17, 2013
What about those who need wrote:
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I agree with you, but it does keep those who deserve it from getting medication. All the druggies on my street--and unfortunately there are a lot--still get there pills --minus one. Which one less is great, do not get me wrong. But one other person on my street who was denied is a 84 year old lady, that I sit with. An 84 year old lady whose emotional loses this year alone are more than I could comprehend and her pain--makes me wonder why God would put so much on such a kind decent person. She was denied medication because of the new laws-now albeit, the doctor did not say she would NEVER get medication--but it was going to be almost impossible. She has never been in trouble, NEVER NEVER sold or abused medicine-she refused it the first 5 years she really needed it-because she didnt want to be a druggie. Now I see her suffer( and she is not the only one this is happening too) and I dont believe the bill was worth it ,if one person like her has to suffer. The dealers are still in business, getting high--it is all good for them. It pi$$es me off--how can we get her help--if those who honestly need the medicine(and see is WAY beyond just a bad back) cant get it??? Do we turn into new customers for dealers, for somebody who obvisouly doesnt need meds???because they seem to have no problem getting theirs. Or do we let someone like her suffer mentally and physically(which if we did to an animal we would be arrested). We are still trying to find her a doctor--so far no luck--and we are being talked to like we are the bad ones. My sincere thanks to all the dealers and junkies out there, I sincerely hope you drop dead or rot in prison. But of course the second one doesnt happen anymore, a slap on the wrist and back out they come. Kill the pill mill law and make a new one--make the dealers lose their income and actually have to work for a living and give those who really need them some relief.
You are absolutley right. People that have a legitimate need are denied. But the same addicts and pushers have no problem getting drugs. It is the most screwed up thing I have ever seen. Pushers are in an all time demand, charging whatever they wish. The truly are the lowest form of life

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