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Fibromyalgia, had fusion to neck, on exalgo. Treatment?

Hi, my name is Charlene, I have had Fibromyalgia for 2 years as a result from having two fusions done to my neck...and 27 years of certified nursing assistance work. I have been on exalgo for these last two yrs as well. It's expensive and I can't afford it. Is there anything I can start taking instead of this expensive med? That works about the same for me?
Asked On : Sat, 12 Oct 2013
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Hi ..
Thanks for using Health Care Magic forum ,

I read your query and I recommend Tablet Dilaudid which is available at lower price than Tablet Exalgo in treatment of fibromyalgia .
I suggest you to talk to your doctor about Tablet Exalgo which is much costlier to buy for prolonged period of time .
Tablet Dilaudid is of same combination of drug as Exalgo and it is afforable one and it works same to treat fibromyalgia .

Hope This information is useful to you .
Thanks & Take Care.
Answered: Mon, 14 Oct 2013
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