I developed a cervical kyphosis or a backwards bend of the neck vertebre a couple years ago. Its getting to the point now that just touching the back of neck you can feel each vertebre. I cant pick my head up 100% with out seeing spota and pain and i swear my neck os getting shorter. Does anyone else deal with this? How do you cope with it?
Does anyone else have mother’s guilt when not being able to keep up with your kids all the time? How do you manage that feeling on missing out and wishing to be well enough to enjoy it all and how do you say no to your kids when you really need to? Come to think of it, I’m sure this is part of motherhood even without health issue to some extent!
Does anyone have any advice on how to handle the horrible cramping and body aches that are added to the already existing pain??? I can't move, i can't eat, its just awful. I'm only 24 with 1 kid, and I just hope there's something out there to improve my quality of life
I found out yesterday that the horrible pain I've been getting in my thumb is De Quervain's Tendinosis (also called De Quervain's Tenosynovitis). Has anyone else had any experience? My doctor recommends against corticosteroid injections at my age (I'm 21), but I've read they can be extremely helpful and I'm going to see a specialist next month. I already take anti inflammatory supplements and wear a brace at night (and most of the day… read more
I want to go back to college..but not sure my career field will work for me (construction manager) with the pains i get and random leg weakness when active(walking or excercise) what jobs have you found to work for you?
I want to add my current job is driving 6 hours a day, that is exhausting for me and im always worn by night and need a 2 hour midday nap to make it through. Some days i have to call off due to weakness or severe brain fog or so mich pain i have to crawl out of my seat.
I've finished University and I'm starting out my 'adult' life. I need to have a good think about what career is best for me. I've tried some teaching but find it too physically and mentally exhausting.
I was just wondering if anyone had recommendations on good/sustainable careers for Fibro sufferers.
I'd welcome any suggestions.
Thank you everyone xxx
A little off topic, but not really! Let's just be blunt: I have huge boobs. lol Soooo...I have a LOT of neck and shoulder pain. My shoulders roll in, it's hard to stand up straight (I'm going to be a hunchback by age 45 lol).
Last year I requested surgery and my insurance denied me. They wouldn't tell me their reasons, but I was stumped because the plastic surgeon I saw said I had more than enough breast tissue to take out to qualify. After doing my research, I lost 30 pounds (I'll… read more