Unless you are unable to shake the "addiction" there probably would not be sufficient enough value to justify bringing a claim even if there was malpractice.
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You need to enter a rehab facility to deal with your addiction. There are many ways to deal with chronic pain. Medication should be a last resort. Doctors and the DEA are very suspicious of patients who lose their meds. Once you are recovered from your addiction, your mind will be much clearer and you will be able to move up from there. Good luck to you.
You should receive immediate medical care for your symptoms and addiction. You should contact a local rehabilitation facility to deal with your withdrawal and addiction. Good luck.
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