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  • Pain and your emotional health

    3 posts, 3 voices, 1316 views, started Jun 17, 2009

    Posted on Wednesday, June 17, 2009 by Nara Blueeyes

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    • Amethyst
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      My doctors have been testing me for several things (fibro, cfs, sjogren’s, vitamin d deficiency) and so far the only thing that’s come up is the vitamin d def.  I did the 12 week regimen and that did absolutely nothing for my pain.  I’ve been going to a massage therapist since February and she suggested I see a therapist to help deal with the pain emotionally.  Since the doctors haven’t found anything, I’m beginning to think that all of this is trauma related and because I haven’t dealt with those issues, it is taking a toll on my body.  Has anyone else dealt with this kind of pain?



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          (華娃娃) ChinaDoll wrote Jun 17, 2009
        • Can you tell us more?  It seems a little vague for me even I have 10 cups of coffee already.  If you don’t mind?



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          Nara Blueeyes wrote Aug 15, 2011
        • I can’t believe it’s been two years since this post!  And my apologies Chinadoll for not responding.  I’ve been away from the site for so long.  Update:  I’ve been diagnosed with Myositis, Sicca syndrome, IBS and Sjogren’s syndrome.  Ive tried Neurontin and now trying Lyrica.  I’m also on pain medication for my back.  I’m worried how all these chemicals are going to affect me.  The pain is just getting to be too much to handle.  I’m seeing a therapist to help me deal with the physical and emotional aspects of pain and she’s been wonderful!  I still have trouble with those moments at night and I’m the only one up and nothing helps the pain at all.



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