hello. sorry to hear what you have been though you are going though a lot, may I suggest that you go and see and try and found another doctor because not all Drs are like this, and you sometimes have to found someone that works with you and listens believe me I have seen a few before I found a GP that I trust and supports me. I know you want to get well and that is the first start.
Have you been to see a specialist that specialises in pain at a pain clinic? They see people with chronic pain all the time and maybe able to assist you by looking at your current medications and if there are other options. I would also suggest you might want to look at getting some counsilling and also perhaps see if you are able to work with a physiotherapist or an exercise physiotherapist that works with people with chronic pain. I can recommend seeing an exercise physiotherapist. I suffer from chronic pain and started seeing a physcologist as well as an exercise physiotherapist I never thought I would get though my depression and be able to achieve what I wanted to do in life but they both helped me mentally and physically, although it was a slow process it helped me. Yes I still suffer from chronic pain but I have learnt how to pace myself and listen to my body. An exercise physotherapist works with you and can design an exercise programme for you. I do help things are better for you and do take care.
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