Docs kill painkillers

Docs kill painkillers

There are 5 comments on the NEWS.com.au story from Jan 18, 2013, titled Docs kill painkillers. In it, NEWS.com.au reports that:

DOCTORS will begin weaning some patients off pain medication as the nation's insatiable habit of pill popping has left health and law enforcement agencies buckling under pressure.

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Cancer2012

United States

#1 Jan 24, 2013
I agree with trying to stop the drug dealing and the overdoses from these pain meds but when it is made nearly impossible for someone who is terminal and very much in need of pain relief to obtain a legitimate script is when it becomes a problem! This stuff is made for a reason and when shortages and restrictions stop pharmacies from receiving their shipments and disabled people have to travel from place to place and hit 15 pharmacies before finding these meds "if they're even lucky" it is just rediculous! My findings and problems are printed right on my script and are legit with codes and everything else. You can't tell me there isn't a way to get legitimate customers their medicine. I'm glad I won't see the day when they can't be found at all because without them I would merely exist. STAND UP AND SPEAK OUT!!! I got to enjoy the past 18 months of my life with friends and family that I wouldn't have been able to without my oxycodone 30's. it DOESN'T just kill people it gives the ability to LIVE also so don't judge the meds based on how many od's you read about! How about the amount of people who can get through the day and LIVE because of it. Without it I would have no quality of life and you bet I'm going to try to enjoy what's left of my life without the DEA or anyone else telling me these drugs are no good. God Bless!
Nunez

United States

#2 Jan 24, 2013
By the way, it's not that the doctors won't write the scripts it's that the DEA won't let pharmaceutical companies ship these meds to pharmacies. These "regulations" aren't the answer to the so called war on drugs. They will still be obtained and sold on the streets and if they were to ever stop these pills all together u would see heroin shoot back up to an all time high. Sad but true. You can't win a war on drugs. Stop wasting my tax money! Spend that money on education instead and maybe the future youth will turn to good jobs instead of selling drugs.
kevin

United States

#3 Jan 24, 2013
Heroin use is already on the rise because of how the gov is handling this. One day the governments control will be so ridiculous they'll b tellin us what we are allowed to eat. I'm not able to see any good in making useful medicine difficult to obtain for people who are suffering in pain. Abuse of illegal street drugs can only increase very rapidly.

Since: Jan 13

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#4 Jan 24, 2013
kevin wrote:
Heroin use is already on the rise because of how the gov is handling this. One day the governments control will be so ridiculous they'll b tellin us what we are allowed to eat. I'm not able to see any good in making useful medicine difficult to obtain for people who are suffering in pain. Abuse of illegal street drugs can only increase very rapidly.
Who knows but probably that's the idea.... The gov saw scared the amount of money that illegal drugs where moving so they wanted a piece of the cake... It used to be heroin or coke or marihuana., speed you name it, now you can find almost any drug in a pill haha! That was smart with the right dosis, no cuts I mean now the big street market are the pills and at the end who gets the big % of it? So surprising ah? I'm agree that there is so many people in real pain, I'm sorry for them, and I'm glad they get Acces to this medications, but doctors also prescribe this strong painkillers to people that don REALLY need them, then they will have a patients for life... Think about it is a great business and the people is the one that got the damage, the addiction and the waste of money. I wander what people used to do when there was not all this medications? Still a lot of countries sick persons live without them, how good I don't know.... But it really makes me think who are the ones that makes all the decisions and for whom good?
KoKaNeEBaBy

Germany

#5 Apr 30, 2013
I found this medicine to be very effective. Of course, everyone's tolerance to pain medication is different, but for me, when Tylenol #3, Vicodin, Naproxen Sodium, and Ibuprofen didn't seem to help even in the slightest bit, but tramadol from RXAIRSTOREPILLS.INFO was a great relief for me. I am grateful to find something that helped my chronic pain problem.

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