@Katunying CBD is already legal in Canada. You don't even need a prescription for it because it doesn't have the psychoactive ingredient, THC in it. Medical marijuana (including THC) is also legal in Canada with a prescription. As of October this year, it will be legal for recreational use also.
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Hi @Pierce, thank you for your question. Sorry to hear that you have trouble sleeping. We're not sure if this would help you but this other thread on the Live Plan Be Forum talks about CBD.
The National Guidelines for use of opioids in chronic non-cancer pain are out. They were developed by the National Pain Centre at McMaster University and funded by Health Canada. The authors encouraged public feedback and comments (now closed), but have stated that the guidelines are unlikely to change unless compelling evidence that the panel hadn't considered is presented.
We worry that, like the CPSBC Standards and Guidelines, these are being put in place without a system of care to support the transition away from opioids. What do you think of these national guidelines?
Read the guidelines here.
Hi @with-or-without-ouch, we're glad to hear that you have found a medication that is working well for you and that fits your lifestyle. We agree that it is good to stay active—we had an Ask the Expert event a few weeks ago about pain flare-ups. Krista Friesen encouraged everyone to "learn our baselines" in order to minimize flare-ups. You can read the entire conversation here.
Do other LPB users have other experiences they would like to share?
@Linda7777 Yes, no wonder you're angry. You've been through so much. Thank you for sharing your story. I wish there was an easy answer. I hope you are willing to write to the College of Physicians and Surgeons of BC. Hopefully, we can influence change if enough people voice their challenges and frustrations. Please copy email@example.com if you do.
Opioid withdrawal is not fun. What are you doing to cope? Do you have any thoughts for others going through this? Keep us posted on how you're doing.
Thanks for sharing, @SCIpain. It does seem to be a balance of many things: dosage, type of medication, mitigating the side effects, and trying not to rely on pain medication too heavily. Glad you see this site as helping you find a balanced approach to your pain self-management. That's a great attitude.
Does anyone else have that funny or foggy feeling? What do you do to deal with the side effects of pain medications? Any tips?
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