This is my mom. She is in a lot of pain and the difficult part is that the doctors aren’t exactly sure why that is. Despite that fact, she is finding ways to stay positive and grateful. This is a trait she and my dad both possess,and it is inspiring to see that. If you know anyone who is in chronic pain pass this along, so that they might know they are not alone. Even if you or someone you know aren’t/isn’t experiencing chronic pain, give it a read. My mother is a wonderful, loving person and I’m sure you could find something of value in her words. Also comment, comment, comment. Positive words from strangers are always uplifting.
Hello readers. Any of you who suffer from chronic pain have heard the phrase: ‘you must weigh the benefits of this medication against the side effects.’ I have had that conversation with all the neurologists i have consulted with trying to find the cause for my constant headache and vertigo. When you are in severe pain, you want to believe that the new medication being prescribed by a well respected medical professional will be the source of relief so long hoped for. The side effects seem a small price to pay if the medication will return you to normal enough functioning that you can return to work.
i am now at the end of the 7th week of medical leave and just consulted with the 6th neurologist to weigh in since May. After looking at the transcripts from all the previous doctors, his opinion was that the medications I was…
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