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  • REDUCE PAIN AND REGAIN YOUR LIFE!

    5 posts, 4 voices, 946 views, started Apr 16, 2009

    Posted on Thursday, April 16, 2009 by Dana Arcuri

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    • I was diagnosed with fibromyalgia one year ago.  My mother, aunt and cousin were already diagnosed with FMS.  I think that there are positive alternatives to traditional medications.  I believe that we are responsible for seeking a higher quality of life naturally.

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          Jsrn66 wrote May 23, 2009
        • I also have chronic back pain from a fall about 2 yrs ago when I fell of a 4 ft deck and landed on concrete. The stars were literally and physically shining that night when  i looked up from the ground.  How do you handle , cope with, and live with the pain?
          I had to go to physical therapy about 8 months ago for 12 wks and was put on pain meds for pain relief. I could barely get out of bed on some days. The sharp sciatic pain or the dull, constant throbbing, sickening pain, limited everything I could and sometimes now, do in life with family and friends. I’ve become very isolated and my bed is my refuge. Laying down makes me feel better.
          I feel guilty for taking pain meds...my family thinks I“m addicted but I know that I“m not. I’m interested in alternatives to pain meds too.
          Just wanted to share my story and connect with you.

          Jackie



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