How much pain does one person have to tolerate before a doctor will take them seriously? Anyone else frustrated with hearing their doc saying, "it'll take a while for the medicine to kick in". Look, I'm a realistic kinda person. I know my pain will never completely go away. I do however expect some help when a particular drug does not work. I feel like 2 months is a pretty good trial run. I see him again on the 21st and I am afraid of what he will say. "Well, Jes you're always going to be in pain. There's nothing else I can do for you." Those are the dreaded words I hear in my head when I think about my appointment. I hope ya'll are having a good day. XOXO
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