Experiences with Joint pain

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ICD10/11 Code: M25.5
ICD10/11 Group: M00-M99, Diseases of the musculoskeletal system and connective tissue
Joint pain
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ICD10/11 Code: M25.5, ICD10/11 Group: M00-M99, Diseases of the musculoskeletal system and connective tissue

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6/21/2018 | | 74moderated by Henry
Oxycodone (10mg) for joint pain

How do i get off this stuff, i'm completely addicted, but i'm reducing my dose very slowly.There is no withdrawal program available unfortunately. I also took Lyrica 2x 150 mg alongside it.
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10/5/2017 | | 42moderated by Susan
Tramadol (50mg) for joint pain

Lots of joint pain from Essure. Tramadol prescribed while waiting for operation. Paracetamol didn't work, Tramadol keeps the worst pain at bay so I can sit, lie and walk. Sort of. In general fairly happy.
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4/20/2017 | | 37moderated by Charlotte
Tramadol (50) for joint pain

After twisting my knee I managed to injure my meniscus. Severe pain and very unsteady. Tramadol did little apart from make me fuzzy and nauseous. I've now got diclofenac and it's working brilliantly and I can function again.
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1/15/2016 | | 40moderated by Susan
Tramadol (50mg) for joint pain

After a ski accident all of the ligaments in my collarbone and shoulder had torn. Grade three. Localised injections with Lidocaine. Afterwards switched to tramadol. Very effective. I think I might have taken too much of it. Off the chart with drowsiness but happy that it took the pain away. I took it five years ago for a hernia in my neck. After a few days the side-effects were a lot less and i...
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