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Reta, I know what you mean, oxycontin is way too expensive!! There are many meds. that can be just as effective & even more effective & a LOT cheaper. Everyone is different & what works for one may not work for another. It also depends on what is causing your pain as opioids are not a one size fits all. You need to tell your doc that it is just too expensive & he should have no problem giving you something different. Be Careful of stopping a time release med. like oxycontin that you have been on for awhile as stopping “cold turkey” can be dangerous, so you need to let your doc know asap. I hope all goes well.

Simple non-pharmacological and avoidance measures do help.  For example, a simple saline (salt water) nasal douche or lavage is effective.  Saline and sea water nose sprays (Sterimar) help flush pollen grains off the nasal mucosal and improve nasal patency.  While a little Vaseline applied to the lower nostrils on cotton bud is both soothing and protective.  Wrap-around sunglasses are helpful and occasionally a face and nose mask may be necessary.  Monitoring of pollen forecasts and remaining indoors during mid morning and early evening (when pollen counts peak) will help.  Taking an immediate shower and change of clothing after extended outdoor exposure will reduce pollen levels transferred indoors.  Additional prophylactic medication may need to be taken on days when pollen counts are excessively high.  When travelling by car, be sure to close the windows and put on the air conditioner to filter out pollen.  Special pollen arresting filters and ionisers in the home are expensive and often ineffective.

Thank you for your posts. I too have some kind of shoulder injury. However mine is NOT from the flu but from Prevnar (either meningitis or pneumonia), and it was a 4th semester nursing student, about to graduate, who injected me. When she wiped my shoulder I told her she was too high (I am a surgical tech and just got into nursing school myself) I told her to go lower, she said ok and dropped down maybe 2 mm. I instantly had pain in my shoulder joint. I have no previous injuries to my shoulder but by the end of the day I had lost almost all range of motion in my arm. The loss of ROM lasted for almost 3 days but never fully returned. I cant lift my arm in certain directions and the pain is through the roof at times, especially when scrubbing and gowning and gloving surgeons. Its been 9 days and nothing helps. Can anyone tell me if the symptoms they were experiencing went away?

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Depo medrol steroid shot

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