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I also have not see all these other alternative doctors.  Are they hiding in the farthest parts of the hospital where no one can find them?  Maybe the basement?!?!

I will say I talked to my doctor about taking a drug that has no habit forming relationship to it.  The problem is it takes 3-4 weeks to take effect, so your body has to get loaded with enough of this to block the pain receptors in my body.  Other problem is I can't just stop taking it now and It would take that amount of weeks to tapper off.  She did offer me controlled doses of opioids to get past the bad days.  I save those for surgery days.  

Anyways all I see is doctors guessing at how to fix these issues with soldiers and they are throwing pasta at the wall to see what sticks.

Also what is up with the new person at the hospital greeting everyone???  I assume this is their answer to help curb suicide?  She would make sure to make contact and really ask you how you are doing and how she could help.  Just strange as had never see a person there like this in 6 years.

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I do not know about this.  I take pain meds in the lowest does possible to control pain so I can function and sleep.  I am still in pain but it is bearable.  I noted that they are going to stop using

The problem with this is that those that actually need pain medication  cannot get them. I was given some stuff to help me with back and knee pain.. it did nothing to help.. and the VA primary care do

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'Also what is up with the new person at the hospital greeting everyone???  I assume this is their answer to help curb suicide?  She would make sure to make contact and really ask you how you are doing and how she could help.  Just strange as had never see a person there like this in 6 years'

There's an old 96 year old War War II  Veteran that meets you at my VAMC EVERY MORNING FROM 5:00AM to 10:00A.M. he is in his old WAR WAR II UNIFORM with his medals pin on.

 he has been greeting Veterans there as long as I been going there  from 1999..he is a pleasure to talk with  he can tell some  fantastic WWII Stories  he is very hearing Impaired. but he sure gets his stories across... he sets in his mobilized wheel chair every Morning 5 days a week   rain or shine   freezing weather at the main entrance to the Hospital  he is there.

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That is so cool.  It probably keeps him alive and other veterans alive too.

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