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My Dr refuse to listen to me when I ask him to change my meds because my niece is no longer working he keeps telling me keep taking it and we can change it on my next visit  I don't know what to do... It seems as if he doesn't  care what do I do?



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  • I'm confused, what does the employment of your niece have to do with your medication? And what are you medicating for?

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  • peanut006peanut006 MichiganPosts: 147

    Welcome @kimberly42!! There are so many of us here that deal with pain and all that goes with it and we'd love to try to help the best we can! Unfortunately you've given us very little to go on.  If you could give us more information we'd be happy to try to help! What condition causes you to see a doctor?  What treatments have you tried (PT, injections, etc)?  What medication are you asking for a change on?   What does your niece have to do with your doctor and/or treatment?? 

    If you'd be willing to give us some of these details we'd be much better equipped to offer suggestions based on our experience! And I hope that you will because support can be a great help all on it's own!

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