Doctors can not advertise that they would give you fentanyl.
You have to work with a pain management doctor, and you have to work WITH the doctor.
They decide on which medication, but you can certainly give your history of what has worked.
You have the right to change pain doctors, but you can not enter a pain management contract with any guarantee that you will get fentanyl. In fact, it is a bad way to approach things.
If you have tried your doctors way and it is not working, the next step is
feedback to him.
If he won't listen you have to change doctors.
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