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  • dilaurodilauro ConnecticutPosts: 11,365

    This is very strange.

    First, lets put aside the fact that you are hurting and in discomfort......

    When you went to this doctor talking about Spinal Issues, it should have been that doctor's responsibility to state that they are NOT a spinal specialist, ortho, neuro, etc but a Gyno.

    Then for that doctor to prescribe opioids for your condition. Reality speaking, they had no right to do that. If anything, a referral to a spine specialist, pain management doctor, etc would have been the ethical thing to do.

    One of the first things that anyone suffering from spinal problems is to seek the help of the proper doctors. It can always start with your primary doctor, but if there is a problem, they can refer you to the appropriate doctors to handle your situation.

    Ron DiLauro Veritas-Health Forums Manager
    I am not a medical professional. I comment on personal experiences
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