I'm asking b/c, since my last rheumy couldn't help me, (said I would just have to make lifestyle changes!) and refused to refill my Rx on Trazodone (THAT SHE STARTED ME ON IN THE 1ST PLACE!!), she turned me back over to my family Dr. He was actually baffled, as I, about her behavior and lack of help. He said that he couldn't fill my Rx for Trazodone either b/c it was out of his field of practice. (Dr.'s sure are getting edgy about prescribing meds these days...afraid of lawsuits maybe??) He suggested finding me a new Rheumy, but then we discussed Pain Clinics, so he then set me up with an apt. with a Pain Clinic. I go there Monday. Can anyone here, who may have been to one (or are still going) tell me what to expect?? Thanks!
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