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All good comments, about what “not to say”. I am lucky that I have a wonderful doctor who treats my pain, from Ehlers-danlos syndrome, effectively. I do have to so something though, about not saying you’re allergic to anti-inflammatory medication. I have heard that this has been used as some kind of ploy to get opioids. However, this allergy is serious! My husband, who thankfully does NOT suffer from chronic pain, is HIGHLY allergic to NSAIDS, and anything containing Aspirin. He also has Asthma. He is so allergic, that he was in an Aspirin de-sensitization program at MGH in Boston, and had to stop. If you truly have this allergy is can be VERY dangerous to be given anything with Aspirin. He has had two subclavian thrombosis events, due to a structural, rib issue. He finally had a rib removed, but his doctor really wanted him to be on Aspirin therapy. Thus, the desensitIzation program he couldn’t complete. Also, NSAIDs are SO overused in this country, and can be extremely dangerous. Before being accurately diagnosed with EDS by a geneticist, I was misdiagnosed for many years. Doctors had me on maximum dosages of many different NSAIDS over the years, and they were ruining my stomach. Bleeds, Kidney issues, cardiac events, etc.. NSAIDS can be more dangerous than opioids taken long term. Okay… Off the soap box now. Thanks for your support here, Dr.