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    the body works hard to do what it's subsystems think are right

    Accordingly, i believe that at least in a relevant number of instances one's neural circuits will find a way to overcome the damage done by DREZ and eventually , if not sooner, you are back in some...
  2. Thread: Opana tapering

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    easy for me to sat but, if you can, crank in some...

    easy for me to sat but, if you can, crank in some kindof serious exercise!!!!
    dont do the methadone,,, the tapering you are now doing may take longer than you think, just smoke pot and maybe a litle...
  3. Come now, someone, moderators? Wise Young?...

    Come now, someone, moderators? Wise Young? respond to this query please!
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    cannabis, may? may? relieve pain? neuropathis...

    cannabis, may? may? relieve pain? neuropathis pain? May? are you kidding?
  5. Clean, well distilled ethanol such as smirnoff...

    Clean, well distilled ethanol such as smirnoff vodka absolutely and powerfully drops neuropathic pain into the lightest whisper----dose dependent of course.

    Not a sustainable thing day after day...
  6. Endogenous it is Opiorphin and a related compond

    yes we see these exist but how to get an Rx for them?
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Opiorphin
    and
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RB-101
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    what is the expactation

    for neuro-stimmer?
  8. Thread: Trental

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    No Doubt

    you have seen this http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trental
    what does Wise Young say about this?
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    eh? what?

    your posts have/are helping me.

    an unrelated point? any prescriber of psychoactive drugs should have themselves taken the drug prescribed so that they know subjectively every effect and...
  10. Stop

    dont sign a thing until the doc agrees to take the stuff himself first, and getting fully physiologically involved and then get free again. Try that one on him.
    Ok i think anyone that prescribes...
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    dejerine

    blagovichs hair, yes :-)

    fyi i sent this and your 'painographic' post to the Obama change.gov
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    Dijereine

    youve ountdone yourself, kudos, accolades for this gran Exito

    on point at everyturn yet i couldnt stop laughing , yay, i bow before you o Master
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    better not divide yourself

    Dijerine, your posts without the political punctuations will have far less impact, will be less informative and far less relevant!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    the President Elect seeks your vision

    Perhaps we could tell Barack about Central Pain in all its arcane expressions? try this if you havnt already http://change.gov/page/s/yourvision
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    I stand shorn but not shriven

    dijerene, i am becoming motivated, something of an acolyte or devotee, not to make light, since you persist your voice is obviously and clearly heard. In earler posts you suggest a campaign to inform...
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    maybe, kinda , sorta

    Wise provides a small, concise synopsis of things that can/are/may be used in my thread on elavil.
    dijerene provides great direction and a possible hope in that recent thread on 'nicorandil for...
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    losing patience?

    well i suppose so, im more than a bit outrageous so the disparagers stay well away from me, this isnt helpful for you though.
    I think you might take comfort in the great direction and the...
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    Dijerene, again good direction

    for me, thank you,,, im sure there are others that like me will do this homework you assigned. Now lets see, more, how very sanguine your views are.
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    Now we are getting somewhere! thank you!!!!!

    Dejerine,You provide good direction for me, im not just lurching around in the dark now!
    The heat vs thermal bit re capsaicin i didnt quite get, and i want to.

    Not to muddy the waters but, the...
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    Fewer side effects than ssrris, snris?

    more targeted functionality?
    Why isnt it used as "off label" ?
    Would Papaverine act in much the same way?
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    hi, add elavil (amytryptaline---yeah i know its...

    hi, add elavil (amytryptaline---yeah i know its mispelled) to my list of total non starters, yeah---- all it did , qualitatively, was act like all the rest, eg lyrica, cymbalta, tramadol, it to...
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    Wise, thsanks for a very good reply to a slightly ambiguous thread

    ,in posting this thread I was hoping to get a qualitative descrpition of what it is like to actually be under the influence of Elavil, especially as compared to Lyrica, Cymbalta and Ultram. My very...
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    Elavil (amytryptline) for SCI neuropathy?

    anyone? i am loath to experiment,,, haviong done so to no good effect and suffering the blindingly stupefying effects of lyrica, then cymbalta. etc, many rmore than twice burned i become shy, oh it...
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    here is a confusing multitude of ads citations for Far Infra Red Theapy for Neuropath

    hey, i'm not a diabetic rather a paraplegic t11-12 l1 incomplete and my legs burn, burn-------- they were burning brightly one day recently and a freind showed up with a far ir full body length...
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    Far infra red for easing neuropathy?

    does anyone have experience with this? if so please share a bit of that here.
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