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Looking for a doctor in the portland area.  Been on pain meds for over two years.  Have had unexplained chronic pain for a few years now,  Only thing doctors have come up with is FM.   Which I dont think is true.  Want to live my life with my kids pain free.  on limited income so the right doctor is a must.

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This isn't a terribly original or creative suggestion, but have you looked into eClinic MD's network? They have a thread in the F2F section, and might have an "understanding" physician in your area.

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thanks Jewy

going to look into it.  Having a bad spell the last week, everytime i have a spell like this I start looking for a good doctor, then it gets better for a while and I think I can manage.  Ever since star went down, been trying to manage on what I get a month which is about two days worth of pk, if I was to use them around that clock.   Enough to get me by when I have to be active.   The Mexican section is to expensive for me.  This might be the ticket.

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Has anybody got info on the urgent care clinics and there view on benzos? I have a diagnosis for panic disorder among other things but the clinic I'm being seen at has a no narcotics policy so I can't get any xanax which has been the only effective medication so far.

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Has anybody got info on the urgent care clinics and there view on benzos? I have a diagnosis for panic disorder among other things but the clinic I'm being seen at has a no narcotics policy so I can't get any xanax which has been the only effective medication so far.

I've recently been prescribed 2 scripts from an urgent care clinic. Both for Cl0naz3pam. The first prescriber was LPN, who wrote for 30, 2 mg 2x daily. Not much. Suggested I find mental health clinic, which I'm on. When that one ran out (way after it should have at the 2.x2 dose, the second doc was M.D, who felt a lecture on benzos and the efficacy of SSRIs was in order. I wanted to shout, but kept my cool as he wrote for another 30, at 1/2 to 1 mg up to 3x daily. 

 

My take is this: they'll help in the short run, but in the end they're not gonna sustain your need for ongoing med management, Finallly I went to my PCP who once said I "would never give you kpin" but after a brief, honest discussion she said she'd prescribe until I got into the mental health system, which is literally 2 months out. Good enough because I'm not doing well lately. Been off benzos for a couple of years, but with this diagnosis, as you prob know, life can feel like a roller coaster at times.

 

X@n@X is also the most effective med in my case, but it's disliked by nearly every prescriber except psychiatrists, afaik. They always want to go with the Kpins. Maybe a more assertive role is needed in my case. IDK. I can't PM, but feel free to hit me back if I missed any pertinent questions.

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