jillanco10 karma2018-09-20 14:16:06 UTC
It’s been reported that pain is more well-tolerated by those taking cannabis, so fewer or lower strength opioids could be prescribed. How does this factor into your rationale?
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jillanco6 karma2018-09-20 14:37:06 UTC
I’ll need to see data on treatment patterns and rates of patients who transition from MJ to opioids, controlling for risk factors of abuse, to believe that this is an actual concern. I currently am doubtful that MJ use is an independent risk factor for opioid use and abuse. In fact there was a JAMA opinion piece in May that suggested it’s likely not.
jillanco3 karma2019-08-07 20:49:48 UTC
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jillanco3 karma2018-09-20 14:18:14 UTC
What role does drug testing have in prescribing and dosing opioids? Should patients be requesting certain tests so that their providers are confident they are at a therapeutic and non-dangerous level/so they providers are confident they aren’t seriously F’ing up this person’s life?
jillanco2 karma2019-06-13 19:09:30 UTC
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