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Re: Coping with Chronic Pain shortelise

Posted by pinkeye on August 12, 2004, at 14:15:18

In reply to Re: Coping with Chronic Pain pinkeye, posted by shortelise on August 12, 2004, at 13:10:14

Thanks ShortE. I called someone who works in pain clinic and specializes in pain counselling yesterday. I think she might be able to help me. But I am not sure of going now since my insurance doesn't cover it and I have to pay everything out of my pocket. But if it gets worse, atleast I know there is an option now.
Thanks everyone for your help. I am feeling much better.
> Pinkeye, you could still look at pain clinics. They are far better versed in the control of chronic pain than a "regular" doc would be. Breakthrough pain is not necessary, and a good pain control program does not leave the person feeling drugged all the time.
> I really feel for you and hope you can get this resolved. It is hard to deal with anything when one is in pain. It is my opinion that talk therpay can also help, esp if your are talking with someone who specialises in pain. It's so important to deal with people who have experience in the area, who understand the psychology as well as the physiology of pain.
> Take care.
> ShortE




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