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Morphine pump

I’m considering having a morphine pump implanted to try to control my pain. Has anyone done this? I have pain in my legs and feet that hasn’t been controlled on regular therapy.

  1. Hi . I have no experience with morphine pumps, but I would be interested in hearing about yours if you go ahead with it. Is this an options your doctor has offered or one you are planning to suggest? I hope you get some responses from the community. Wishing you the best. - Lori (Team Member)

    1. I first went to this pain specialist to talk about spinal cord stimulator to help with the pain. I did the week long trial and didn’t get the relief I was hoping for. The morphine pump was suggested as an option. I have done the trial for the pump with better results. It’s been approved by my insurance. I was hoping someone would have had some experience with it. Thanks for responding I will let you know what I do.

      1. HEY I'VE HAD MY MORPHINE PUMP SINCE JUNE 3RD 2020...IT WAS MY LAST RESORT SINCE THE GOV'T THOUGHT WE DIDN'T NEED ANYTHING FOR PAIN...I TRIED MEDICAL MARIJUANA AFTER THAT N IT DIDN'T HELP ENOUGH SO I WENT THRU THE HOOPS TO GET APPROVED..I'VE HAD TO HAVE 2 REVISIONS TO GET PUMP PLACED BETTER BUT OTHER THAN THAT I HAVE NO COMPLAINTS...MY PAIN IS MANAGED SO MUCH BETTER THAN EVER BEFORE..AFTER A YR I NOW HAVE MY PTM..PERSONAL THERAPY MANAGER..MAKE SURE U ASK ABOUT THAT...U CAN GIVE URSELF BOLUS DOSES THROUGHOUT UR DAY...I GO NEXT MONTH FOR A REFILL...GOODLUCK MY FRIEND...WOULD LUV TO KNOW HOW U MAKE OUT...

      2. , thanks for sharing! I know this was the type of personal experience was looking for! I am glad the pump has been a good option for you and it has improved your pain levels -- that's great! Best, Erin, MultipleSclerosis.net Team Member.

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