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I am sorry you are not feeling well and were subjected to such judgement. I am in Hawaii so there is not much I can do from here other than say a few prayers and offer to talk if you need. I hope you find some relief soon and get everything sorted out.  (Feb 21, 2013 | post #5)

2 faced hypocrite backstabbers

I am genuinely new here so I have no idea what has been going on with this guy except for what people have linked and I have read. I never had any interaction with him nor have I ever said anything bad about him. That being said and coming from a neutral outsider position he did seem to be a rather unpleasant person to deal with. And I really only saw people attacking him in defense of themselves. If he truly is dead and he really did commit suicide then I also feel bad for him, I don't think anyone deserves to feel that alone and like that is their only option no matter how bad they treat people. Just my two cents, sorry if it angers anyone I am sure some of you feel very justified to have the feelings that you do and not being in your shoes I have no right to judge.  (Feb 21, 2013 | post #175)

Pain clinic drug test

I know this thread it really old but here is my question. If the first person had clean urine and the oxycodone to crush up in the bottle the why didn't they just have the person that gave the sample take the oxy and then pee in the cup? And to answer the most recent question. Everyone has offered many answers and the majority of people seem to believe that if it's just a dip test in the doctors office then it should work but there is really no way to know for sure. Pretty much everyone is in agreeance that you should take any of your makeup meds at the beginning of the month and save your regular meds for the end so you won't run into this problem. Good luck and let us know how it goes  (Feb 21, 2013 | post #33)

Imodium... and Zantac... STOP WITHDRAWALS!

I have successfully used kratom a few times for withdrawals and it works amazing. I know that isn't the topic I just thought I would out that info out there, I have never had a problem coming off the kratom or with WD from it. I guess everyone is different and some people might have problems with it. The biggest thing is it is expensive though.  (Feb 21, 2013 | post #3788)

Dr. Jeffrey Bado shut down! what the hell!

Now I am seeing where insurance fraud may have come into play. Thank you so much for that information I beginning to understand this a little more. S he was making the patients pay cash and then still billing the companies for tests that weren't even being done. He probably never stopped taking insurance at all, just made the claim in order to be able to take cash payments. So a few of the patients probably mentioned to the insurance company that they had paid cash for the visits and that none of these procedures had ever occurred. This man just seems like a scam artist and I think he should be ashamed of himself. If he was doing nothing wrong then why all of the double charges and secrets?  (Feb 21, 2013 | post #177)

Imodium... and Zantac... STOP WITHDRAWALS!

Concurrent administration of P-glycoprotein inhibitors such as quinidine and its other isomer quinine (although much higher doses must be used), PPIs like omeprazole (Prilosec OTC) and even black pepper (piperine as the active ingredient) could potentially allow loperamide to cross the blood–brain barrier. It should however be noted that only quinidine with loperamide was found to produce respiratory depression, indicative of central opioid action.[6] Many physicians and pharmacists believe that loperamide does not cross the blood–brain barrier. In fact, however, loperamide does cross this barrier, although it is immediately pumped back out into non–central nervous system (CNS) circulation by P-glycoprotein. While this mechanism effectively shields the CNS from exposure (and thus risk of CNS addiction) to loperamide, many drugs are known to inhibit P-glycoprotein and may thus render the CNS vulnerable to opiate agonism by loperamide.[7] Only when very high doses are taken does enough accumulate in the brain to produce typical opioid effects, lasting for a number of hours (just as typical opioids would).[8][9] However, loperamide has been shown to cause a mild physical dependence during preclinical studies, specifically in mice, rats, and rhesus monkeys. Symptoms of mild opiate withdrawal have been observed following abrupt discontinuation of long-term therapy with loperamide.[10][11 ]  (Feb 20, 2013 | post #3783)

Oxycodone K-9

AMEN  (Feb 20, 2013 | post #37)

Dr. Jeffrey Bado shut down! what the hell!

Also what I don't understand is if this Dr. Stopped taking any form of insurance then how can they have a case if insurance fraud against him? And what reputable and "caring" doctor would go from taking insurance to taking only cash when he knew he had people that couldn't afford to use him? It seems to me he dropped the insurance companies so they wouldn't report him for the number of narcotics he was prescribing. Because you know all of these people using their insurance to fill enormous amounts of these medications were throwing up red flags with these companies all over the place. Anyone else feel this way? I am honestly just trying to understand the situation.  (Feb 20, 2013 | post #172)

Dr. Jeffrey Bado shut down! what the hell!

I would love to get a copy of the report and read it. I live in Hawaii so I have no idea who this man is but I am studying ethics right now and I think it would be an interesting thing to look at.  (Feb 20, 2013 | post #170)

I am out

Merry Christmas everyone, praying for all of you to have continued sobriety and that you find the peace you all deserve. I am going on my second day now and can't see the light at the end of the tunnel yet but I am looking forward to it.  (Dec 25, 2012 | post #158)