LS, I just had a thought, what's the rules in Canada re people in pain smoking certain "products" - My mother's Doctor asked her to smoke the stuff for her pain, and I believe even procured it or her (mother was never a smoker so it wasn't easy). I know many, many chronic pain sufferers in the world get relief from it and it can't be too bad if billions around the world indulge & still carry on normally - thank goodness our traffic cops have ways of testing for "it" now - drunk & drugged drivers should have their licences removed for life at first offence, not all the mamby-pambying the courts dish out.
I don't drink or take anything that'll make my head spin more than it already does lmfao ... I hate that feeling when your head disconnects from the rest of your body.
You want me to smoke weed?
Yes, I think I could get it prescribed from a
Doctor here, but I'm not interested. They had me on the same narcotics
as hubby's dying from cancer stepfather at one point, same dosage, yet
I still felt the pain down there...although I could not think and was drooling
most of the time. I don't like drugs, I've tried many(through Doctors), and
the result is always the same, I feel out of it, yet the pain remains. At times
the rest of my body feels numb from whatever prescription I'm on, but the
vaginal pain remains. Go figure. I have stopped taking all medicine, and am
giving my body a much needed rest, I feel better off for it. I've gone through
so much withdrawal symptoms after different addictive prescriptions, that the
thought of trying another drug, even a "natural" one, makes me sick. I do
have another Doctor's appointment on the 26th, so I could ask him, just out