Thank you for the compliment as that is why I am here is to listen and to help. I honestly feel you need to go to the ER and when they ask you what medications you are on you tell them the Morpheine Sulfate and explain a new doctor took over the practice and will not keep your pain under control and once they see your high vitals they will start you off with a Dilaudid shot and then ask them for a referral to another pain management specialist and deeply explain how high your blood pressure has been running. Then I would also call you regular doctor as well and let them know what has been going on and also ask them to refer you to another pain management specialist as if your regular doctor followed through in prescribing it and finds out what is going on maybe he can prescribe you some until you can get into see a new specialist who will not be so hard hearted and work better with you. But no matter what you have got to get your level of pain down due to your cardiac needs as soon as possible and sometimes it takes going to the ER to get the ball rolling in the right direction again. And you are so very very welcome for my help, I am one who feels that no one should go through uncontrollable pain and my heart goes out to you.
I can fully understand what you mean, alot of doctos tend to become hardened mainly because so many people are out there looking for drugs and it hurts those of us who really need them. I feel that your regular doctor seems very understanding and I feel you should contact him and explain how much pain you are in and see if he will not return to treating you with the Morpheine Sulfate until you can be seen in September and when you do go in for your visit in September be forceful as you can about how bad your pain is and do not leave there until you feel they have taken care of you like you deserve. You are so very welcome as well.