I am on disability and ran up 17000 in credit card debt in my husbands name and he can’t file bankruptcy or he will loose his job.
I only get 11.00 an hour on disability and have applied for social security disability and keep getting turned down. the company I hired Binder & Binder are not helping me at all. They said they could help when they first took my case, but they never send the right paperwork like they want to wait until the last minute so they can make more money.
I have to do everything myself and I am sick and on Oxycotin 20 mgs 4 times a day and roxycodone 4 times a day. I can’t think straight while I am doing all these. Have tumors in my liver and tumors in my uterus and have a hard time doing anything right.
I think that is why the debt happened because I cant think straight and charged stuff without realizing it now I am in trouble. My husband thinks we will loose our house and I can hardly afford to go to the doctor anymore or buy groceries.
I know for a fact that debt settlements companys don’t do what they are suppose to what else can I do? thanks?
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P.S. I don’t even know how to subscribe to the rss feed you are talking about to watch for my answer. Seems like I can not learn anything new on all these drugs. They make you crazy and I hate them, but if I don’t take them, I can’t do anything anyway because I am always in pain for almost 2 years now.”
I had to look it up to double check but OxyContin and Roxicodone are the same drug with different names. If you are taking both at the same time you may be overmedicating yourself. If you are taking both, please check with your medical doctor immediately.
The side effects of OxyContin are:
- shallow breathing, slow heartbeat;
- seizure (convulsions);
- cold, clammy skin;
- severe weakness or dizziness; or
- feeling light-headed, fainting.
- nausea, vomiting, constipation, loss of appetite;
- dizziness, headache, tired feeling;
- dry mouth;
- sweating; or