I am currently traveling monthly from NC mts. to Pittsburg, PA to the fibro/fatigue center where I am receiving treatment; amox, doxy, samento, burbur, etc. I have heard of an IV treatment available in NC but I know nothing of the results people are having. All I know is I've been herz.. since Sept, practically everyday; the fatigue has been overwhelming. I have, though, been able to go down from oxycodone 155/day to taking percocet and a patch, although the pain relief is not nearly as effective but I don't want to take oxycontin if at all possible, If anyone knows anything about IV treatment, if it is better than orals, or any advice concerning the decision, I would greatly appreciate hearing from you. Thanks, Phillip Elliott ps i also would love to find a pain reliever that is not an opiate if possible.
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