- What If My Pain Isn't Controlled By My Doctor?
- What If My Doctor Is Not Willing To Give Me A Pain Management Plan?
- What If My Doctor Prescribes A One-Size-Fits-All Pain Medication Schedule Instead Of One Geared To My Pain?
- Can I Drink Alcohol While Taking Pain Medications?
- What If I See More Than One Doctor?
- If Pain Medications Work For Me, Why Should I Also Consider Different Methods Of Pain Control?
- When I Take Pain Medications, I Get Relief Right Away. What If The Same Thing Doesn't Happen With Other Treatments?
- What If My Doctor Recommends Surgery To Control Pain?
- What If The Pain Gets Me Down?
- What If Pain Interferes With My Work?
- Is Pain Relief Addictive?
Frequently Asked Questions About Pain Relief
Theother sections of this document answer the following questions:
- What if my pain isn't controlled by my doctor?
- What if my doctor is not willing to give me a pain management plan?
- What if my doctor prescribes a one-size-fits-all pain medication schedule instead of one geared to my pain?
- Can I drink alcohol while taking pain medications?
- What if I see more than one doctor?
- If pain medications work for me, why should I also consider different methods of pain control?
- When I take pain medications, I get relief right away. What if the same thing doesn't happen with other treatments?
- What if my doctor recommends surgery to control pain?
- What if the pain gets me down?
- What if pain interferes with my work?
- Is pain relief addictive?
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