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Question DetailsAsked on 3/23/2014

Any doctor's who practice pharmacology And aren't afraid to prescribe pain meds to a chronically ill patient Jax Fl

My friends doctor died and She's had chronic crones disease all her life . She suffers debilitating pain constantly . Her doctor who knew her most of her life , Prescribed her with hydrocodone 7.5 / 325 and some stomach pill's. She talked to him on the phone before he died and discussed that her pain was worsening, And he told her that he would raise her prescription of Hydrocodone to 10 / 325 at her next visit , He died before she could make that appointment. And now she can't find a General M.D. Or Doctor who has enough compassion and actually believes in the Hypocritical oath enough to stand up to the fed's and prescribe the medication that she need's to better her life. If anyone knows of a doctor dedicated to his patient's in Jacksonville Fla. Please e-mail me at dcgrant48@yahoo.com She needs your help desperately ! She's thinking of giving up and if she knew I was doing this she would be Real, Real, mad . So if you can help great , If not mum's the word ...

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First place for her to look is to the doctor who took over the practice and its records and patients - she should contact the doctor's office before it closes out, or call and the patient calls should be routed to an acquiring physician. If no answer, check the office door for a notice on who the records went to, or lacking that then find out who the executor of the estate is in Probate Court records. The new doctor certainly will not prescribe restricted meds without an initial appointment, but that is the best bet.


Except for research doctors, Pharmacists practice pharmacology, not doctors. What she is looking for, Search the List, is an Internist or Internal Medicine Specialist, in particular probably a Gastroenterologist or maybe Digestive System Allergist for the Crohn's Disease (assuming that is what you meant), or maybe a Pain Management specialist for the pain alleviation only.


Another possibility is to work through the internal medicine department at the local large hospital, who should help find the appropriate doctor for her.



Answered 5 years ago by LCD




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