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Hey all, 

I just returned to My home in Michigan after two miserable years in Texas and have to ask if anyone knows the answer to this question:

Can I now use marijuana along with my pain medication, or am I still a fkn criminal for doing so?

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Yeah, that's not gonna happen as long as I have to keep working. Some people are unfortunate enough to require pain medication because nothing else helps them. It's like my spine is slowly dissolving, and muscles are turning to stone, but alas, you wouldn't understand what it's like unless you've lived it.

Cannabis does little for pain, but helps me exercise.

 

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14 minutes ago, swamper said:

Yeah, that's not gonna happen as long as I have to keep working. Some people are unfortunate enough to require pain medication because nothing else helps them. It's like my spine is slowly dissolving, and muscles are turning to stone, but alas, you wouldn't understand what it's like unless you've lived it.

Cannabis does little for pain, but helps me exercise.

 

I have ankylosing spondylitis ......

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On 10/17/2020 at 7:21 AM, swamper said:

Hey all, 

I just returned to My home in Michigan after two miserable years in Texas and have to ask if anyone knows the answer to this question:

Can I now use marijuana along with my pain medication, or am I still a fkn criminal for doing so?

I spent three years in Texas working construction.

It takes a lot less gas to drive to Texas than it does to drive back to Michigan ... because Texas sucks. lol

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I am caught in this trap. I was denied SSDI because I can work while taking pain medication per the judge's decision in 2014. Now I am treated like bunny muffin each and every month to get my medicine in order to keep working, per the judge's decision. I have had my medication lowered to the point I am in pain all day everyday and still have to work. This is so messed up, that I cannot live like this much longer. I feel like I am being kept alive solely for the reason of paying taxes.

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I was on Enbrenl when my symptoms started, the VA put me on Humerus, I got down to Texsux, and the Houston VA told me I don't have RA and took me off my meds when all I wanted was to be put back on Enbrenl. Now nearly two years later still trying to get put back on and my spine pain has progressed to the point I had to quit my job. Not happy.

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