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Taking chronic congenital pancreas divisum for long period. Can I stop them now?

i have been on i have percet fro about 6 yrs for chronic congental pancrease divisim and i have back and leg problems. i want off the pain pills .im done with them im just tired of them . but im scared . ive talked to my doc but they think it will be best to stay on them because of all the health problems i have . what do i do?? can i do this myswelf at home ??
Asked On : Sat, 2 Feb 2013
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i would also agree with your doctor to continue with the medications you are on as the problem that you are suffering from is from birth and you dont have a choice but to continue with the medications for life because once you stop all your problems will come back and you will become more sick then when you were on the medication.
i would suggest you see a counseller as well to help you go through this process and dont be tired they are many other people in this world that are worse of then you and they are still living through
so be strong and hang in there.
take care.
Answered: Sat, 2 Feb 2013
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