A Pain Pump is a small device with a thin tube that is either connected with a tiny needle in the subcutaneous fat for subcutaneous administration, a port needle for intravenous injection or a small tube close to the spinal cord. The pump slowly and continuously releases a pain killer that is chosen by the designated physician to the adjacent system. Most devices have an extra reservoir that makes it possible to give an extra dose of the pain killer for increasing pain. At the same time, they have a lock that prohibits overdosing. Thus, the individual requirements of pain killers can be dosed for chronic pain patients until sufficient pain relief is achieved without hesitation and at home.