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Post 55 At some time ago I was working for my insurance company and had to write prescription notes for “Alprazolam” and “Ketamine” and that my co-pay for one “Ketamine” was $25.50. It’s also funny, though, that prescription drugs make more money than real estate for many of the companies I worked for.

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Post 54 There are only three kinds of painkillers on this earth – morphine, heroin and morphine-heroin for babies with colic. I don’t care at all about anyone else’s pain, except to the extent that I want this country to keep getting more people addicted to pills.
Post 53 I don’t really know many addicts in my office, but I do know when they get hooked on narcotics.
Post 52 the government always gives out more painkillers to addicts than they give to cancer patients. In any case they just get more money through the Medicaid and Medicare programs.
Post 51 The problem with all drugs is they’re “prescription drugs,” it’s like when our country made “medicines” or put a big sign on your fridge stating “no medicines please.” There’s still medication to treat other ailments, but “prescription” drugs are given more priority by the drug manufacturers since that keeps them from having any legal recourse against people illegally “prescribing” drugs with no respect for the rights and responsibility of the rest of
Post 50 The drug companies make money from every pain reliever – not just the ones we’re actually prescribed, by the way, but also the ones that you (or me) find at flea markets or garage sales and then buy at wholesale prices, or on the street or at a friend’s house. Why is it illegal to write prescriptions for a pain pill you took from someone’s pharmacy without asking for it? I get that the pharma companies benefit, but let them make a profit on me? I don’t think people who take it illegally do anything wrong with them when they have to get written some prescriptions by a doctor to get it legally.
Post 49 I am a patient at the University of Michigan who was on the painkillers prescribed by doctors but stopped after they put out two big news releases saying that they weren’t able to treat my condition with this. My doctor said she “would need the drug again” because “she felt better” and there “are many patients like us” on pain medication and that they’ve made a bit of money using what they made selling it for pain. It doesn’t surprise me, though, that some think she was wrong to give me the prescriptions, and that others think that she put her career ahead of patient care. I’m not a narcotic addict or dealer, and I can’t say what I would’ve done if I wasn’t on medication that I didn’t need, but I was prescribed medicine for a back injury and a staph infection and now have an ulcer. My back hurts constantly – almost as badly as it did when I was injured – it’s going to hurt and cause a lot of inflammation and that, plus the new soreness from that wound, will get worse with every visit to rehab and I might miss a few visits now and again just to get to the doctors who can diagnose me. How is it that patients, who would never give up pain killers without medical help or supervision, would make the decision to take medication instead? I hope my doctor sees what I’m saying and doesn’t give in to her feelings of inadequacy. view entire post
Post 48 The only thing I do not understand is why doctors think it is okay to write pills to help treat pain of addicts just as they would write pills to allow them to live if they’re addicted to alcohol or tobacco? How can you justify calling such medications “medicines” when they’re nothing more than prescription medications? I used the drug for about 3 months before my doctor found out and stopped me cold. Now, I’m an addict. My addiction has resulted in losing everything and I am stuck living paycheck to paycheck and I have been told I cannot be a good patient or take care of my kids if I want to have them for the rest of my life. I used to watch the “House” but after the news reports, now I can’t watch it with any regularity even with an open mind.