Ok I am a military spouse, I have chronic pains and am wondering if I have to get the state licence for where I'm living to get access to the dispensary or are they going to take my out of state licence since I am a military spouse?
We're in California
Well of course the military supplied doctors refuse to give me a script for MM, all they wanan do is give me more medicine! I can't take tramadol or hydrocodone or anyhing that's a good pain reliever because I get horrably violently ill. So I am goign to seek a civillian Dr and seek their help. But we livei n off base housing, not on base.
I did the whole pain meds thing. Doesn't even take the edge off. Also yoga stretching actually irritates my pains. I was in physical therepy and did 3 times a week chiropractic, trigger massage, physical thereapy and tractino machines. I did that for four months and was recently dumbed by my rehab place because I'm not going to get any better. Since OTC pain don't help me and I can't take anything stronger then OTC meds without getting sick. Thisis my only option. Also since we are tricare acupuncture is not an option as tricare is too cheap to cover it. And I looked it's xpensive.
The dispensarie down the street that one that I am looking to go too I actually hear does not serve minors. I know this because all the tweens and teens in my neighborhood whine about it.Answer Question
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