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Establishing a good relationship with your doctor is important to managing chronic pain. Come prepared with questions and notes to your doctor's appointment. To describe your condition use a pain scale that ranges from 0 (No Pain) to 10 (maximum pain).

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Cort, Health Guide, answered I have been living with chronic low… Doctors are not always the best listeners and they can be pretty committed…

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Cort, Health Guide, answered Will my PM doctor kick me out for… The issue seems to me to be the contract. It advised you to stay away from…

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