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Posted by: pillbill
Posted on: Sep 11th, 2012 at 3:02am
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thanks. i am taking 10 mg Lortabs at 5 a day and neurotin up to 3 times a day.
Posted by: Bill_Brown
Posted on: Sep 11th, 2012 at 2:44am
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If your pain level is high, you are not a "fit" subject for a polygraph examination. If you are taking narcotic pain medication you are not a fit subject for a polygraph examination.  Pain creates reactions on a polygraph, narcotic pain medication masks reactions on a polygraph and the result in most cases would be an inconclusive test.   

I generalized in this statement because I don't know the medication you are on or your pain levels.  Hope that does help answer your question.   

Posted by: pillbill
Posted on: Sep 11th, 2012 at 12:39am
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from the LBTLD book I just saw "If you were to “lose [your] capability to respond” physiologically,
you would have such severe health problems as would preclude
you from sitting for a polygraph exam
. If you are physically
capable of sitting down for a polygraph “test,” your body is “capable”."  Would that answer my question about not being able to sit still for the test due to pain?
of responding physiologically.
Posted by: pillbill
Posted on: Sep 10th, 2012 at 11:18pm
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not a guest anymore. Guess it didn't catch using the same name. Still I need some input.
Posted by: pillbill
Posted on: Sep 10th, 2012 at 11:05pm
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I take a nerve medicine for pain in my hip because it needs replaced and narcotics for the bone pain. Will that affect my test? Or if i stopped taking the nerve med my pain level will be real high. Chances are i will not be able to sit or sit still for the whole test even on meds. Will they test me if i show up in a lot of pain and can't stop moving? It is a fact about my hip. I had this in the wrong place on the board so it is here now