Chronic Pain

April 12, 2009 at 2:22 pm 2 comments

This is one of those days.  Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome means some nerves pinched in the back, sometimes; sometimes critically.  Orthopaedic physicians, osteopathologists–that sort of people–agree with the lowly (note the absence of quote marks, in criticism of my fellow presumable non-believer of a blogger) chiropractor the Syndrome exists.  And today I can barely walk.  Pity about the compound fracture in ’76 that made things so much worse, too.  O well.  Or something.  I certainly believe in pain.

–Glenn

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  • 1. mirandakelly  |  April 13, 2009 at 9:37 pm

    Arthritis is probably one of the worst chronic pain conditions you can get. It’s a good thing I keep a good stock of discount tramadol for times when I can’t bear the pain.

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  • 2. oregonnerd  |  April 15, 2009 at 2:27 pm

    –Epileptics, mind you, probably shouldn’t use this. I’m leaving the comment in because I researched it briefly; it’s a legitimate reference–and there appears to be no pingback for the author(ess) of the comment. I supposedly can’t walk. Right now. Because of pain and nerve damage.
    –Glenn
    [I do walk. Most people would think I have a “bad back”.]

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