Pain Management/RSD Pain Relief


JoeG wrote at 2014-10-26 21:02:10
The writer states the she has been taking morphine and methadone, yet you recommend slow-release oxycodone, which is not as strong as either morphine or methadone.This seems like a contradiction. The slow release action of oxycontin doesn't increase pain relief itself, just provides long but slow action.

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