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less In this Thursday, April 20, 2017, photo, Ronald Weed of Brooksville, Maine, heads back to his seat after speaking at a hearing about restrictions on prescribing opiates, in Augusta Maine. Weed, who lost a leg … more Photo: Robert F. Bukaty, AP Chronic pain patients say opioid law creates new crisis 1/5 Back to Gallery AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) Jane Avery says the pain from her psoriatic arthritis is the worst at 2 a.m. when she can’t sleep and already has met her daily limit on painkillers. Her daily dosage of the drugs was cut in half about six months ago. Avery, 81, says she and other chronic pain patients are suffering as Maine rolls out the nation’s strictest law targeting opioid prescriptions. By July, Maine doctors will not be allowed to prescribe more than 100 milligrams of opioid medication per day to most of their patients. State health officials say the law has exceptions that can help the estimated 16,000 Mainers who get high daily doses of opiates for chronic and acute pain. But Avery and others with chronic pain have told lawmakers their doctors say they don’t qualify for an exception.
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