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mmbl
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I needed to vent, somewhere. My husband is supposed to be a recovered drug addict. I tuck my Tramadol away just for my own comfort. Well, I just filled a 120 pill bottle one week ago. I don't take it everyday. I take 5-6 pills a week normally. I grabbed the bottle today because my back is hurting something wicked since my spinal tap yesterday and half of my pills are gone. HALF of my pills are gone. I have two toddlers, tons of pain, a new job I am suipposed to start on Monday. And all I can do is cry because I don't have him to lean on. He's screwing things up for me and I hate him now more than ever.
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Mmdl,

Geez. That sounds tough. Just one of those things (husband, new job, kids, Lyme) would be tough to deal with!

I really don't know what advice to offer you- I have no experience with situations like this. Sorry!

You've got the support of everyone here, and I'm sure someone will be able to offer advice.
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Mm. I'm in the same position as you. It's frustrating isn't it!

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sending a prayer & hugs. [group hug]
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