I have finally found the cause of the relentless chronic pain and fatigue I have experienced since July of 2009. Lyme Disease.
Hey Beth,I hope that you're feeling at least a little better today, and I hope that your personal life is going better than it was in July. All the pain we go through isn't even close to fair, but maybe it serves a purpose in the end? At least, that's what I'm telling myself.
Gosh I hope you get to feeling better real soon. I hear you! MY pain is in my hands, femurs and tibia's this week. It's a bummer for sure. Come by my place for a chance to win my GIVEAWAY! If not your taste, you could give it as a gift for a special occasion. Hugs to you. Tazzy
I hope your new treatment brings you some relief. Have you been diagnosed with Arthritis? I guess I missed that final diagnosis. If so ... thank heavens you have a name to put to the pain. Good luck. Keep your spirits up!!
This is too good not to share, watch the video about how you can participate in a post-it note campaign on spreading encouragement and good cheer! AND promoting awareness of invisible illnesses!Invisible Illness Awareness Week is Sep13th-19th this year.http://invisibleillnessweek.com/category/news/
Hope you are better soon.It is so sad to read about the news of your pain but keep good hope...if there is winter spring can not be far behind.I am sure you find relief from the medications that you are trying.