Suzette Marie Howard-Sanborn said: [I have too many names!] If you have issues with your liver you shouldn’t be on Percocet! Or anything with Tylenol in it! You should know this! Are you just plain Stupid or what!
Is this the rant of a Teenager or what!
Suzette Marie Howard-Sanborn said: If you have a true diagnosis that proves you need chronic pain relief moderate to severe you most definitely CAN get something more than Tramadol! If you’re only receiving tramadol then obviously that’s all you need. Your pain must not qualify for anything stronger. I get stronger meds I can’t say that I get the amount I need anymore because of all the recent crack downs in FL. And I. Do feel I don’t get adequate control at times. But I do get oxycontin and Percocet. And everyone I know gets meds stronger than tramadol IF NEEDED! The only issue is the amount given per month.
The internet is full of people who don’t know what they’re talking about, like this sad, IGNORANT woman. I don’t need to point out everything that’s wrong with her comments — I think they speak for themselves quite nicely. And now, these comments will always exist in the cloud, along with these:
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