About three months ago I had a discectomy and decompression on my lower back from an injury I had in 2009. I had been in constant pain for over four years. Since surgery I have been prescribed 8 Percocet 7.5/325mg daily for pain. The surgery did not help, if anything it got worse. I just began pain management last week and the doctor put me on Opana ER 5mg - one daily with two 10mg Oxycodone HCL for break-thru pain. The second week he says to take two Opana ER 5mg every 12 hours and one 10mg Oxycodone HCL for break-thru. Since I started it has been the worst pain I have been in for a very long time. I have fallen several times because of leg weakness and have trouble doing everything, even walking around the house. I fell down the steps to the basement last Friday and my wife called the nurse because I was in extreme pain and this guy didn't even care to call back. His nurse called us on Saturday on her own behalf and sided with me and could not justify this doctor's plan. She said she would talk to him but I said don't bother because I am leaving. My attitude has become worse and worse. I have three year old twins that are my absolute life and since I began pain management they don't even have the same Daddy and I feel like giving up. I have done some research and it seems like this is a LOW LOW dose all around of any relief, especially for someone who has taken Percocet everyday for years. From what I can tell this doctor cut my relief by about 60% and what I though was going to be a new beginning for me has turned into nothing but me withdrawing from everything and everyone in my life. I am considering switching doctors because not being able to do anything physical cannot be healthy and to me it seems I am being under treated in a big way. Am I right? Any opinions would be so appreciated.