Last week I received an email from a chronic pain sufferer, a woman who’d just been “fired” by her PCP who had been treating her chronic pain syndrome.
This woman, let’s call her Rose…related a story of five years on chronic opioid therapy (COT). Her current regimen consisted solely of extended release oxycodone. Codeine reduced her pain and Rose’s was again under control until a few months later, when she was administered a random UDT.
Her test result came back positive for hydrocodone.
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