Doctor, my grandfather is suffering from advanced cancer pain and cannot go to the hospital.What can I do to get painkillers for him?
You can only go to the hospital with the patient's ID card, the diagnosis letter, and the ID card of the person who prescribed the medication, and prescribe some oral tablets for pain relief, such as morphine tablets.Nowadays, pain medication is very strictly controlled, such as Dulcolax, which cannot be used without hospitalization.
So I suggest you go to the hospital first to ask about it, to see if you can be treated by pain injections, which of course requires you to be hospitalized to be able to really treat, and there is another is to take some oral NSAIDs to be able to relieve pain, such as naproxen or ibuprofen.
Advanced cancer is particularly painful and agonizing. After you go to the hospital for diagnosis, the doctor will prescribe marijuana cards for you
Only with a marijuana card can you go to prescribe anesthesia, and then you can administer the medicine to the patient with advanced cancer, and it will stop the pain.Of course, hospitals around the world for anesthetics, the rules are different