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Please Help, Just moved to Kentucky.

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edited 06/11/2012 - 8:19 AM in Pain Medications
I recently have moved from South Carolina to Kentucky and have learned that it is hard to find an understanding doctor. I have all the info needed for the right doctor. Does anyone know of any good doctors for getting medications on a monthly basis? I live in the Lexington area now. Before I moved here I was getting my meds without any problems and was also getting injections. Please help me if you can. A family doctor is just as good............Maybe someone would know where to get phetermine (adipex). I want to lose 20-30 lbs and see if my pain will get better. Thanks in advance.


  • Hey welcome to KY!
    Well I go to a pain clinic in Lexington on 280 Pasadena Drive off of Nicholasville Rd. It's called The Pain Treatment Center and their ph# is 859-278-1316. I dont know about the adipex. I was on that back a few years ago and just went thru my primary care dr for that but the way he did it with me it was like a total change of life, not just pills, not just diet. So I dont know if all primary's will do the adipex or not. Hope this helps you!

    Good luck!
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