Today I went to see my doctor because I have had the same headache for three months, and now it's at the highest peak so she sent me to the emergency room to get a Suprasopular Nerve Block. When I got there and they asked me for the list of medications I am taking, I gave it to them and told them none of these meds where helping the pain. The doctor can in the room and told me they could not help me because I was already taking too much medication and I should not be there seeking more. I told him that, I was not there trying to get more pills I need relief from this headache. A nerve block. They refuse to help me and discharge me with instructions to seek help for drug counseling and depression. This is the same Hospital that I had my decompression surgery and they treated me for two strokes and now they assume I am a drug addict, because I am in pain and need a nerve block. When will people (Doctors) understand what it is like living in Chronic Pain. And stop putting everyone in the same category. I left the hospital feeling worse than I did before I went.
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