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Shooting Pains
A MyFibroTeam Member asked a question 💭

I fell over on Monday and hurt my knee bad pain gone away now only little bit of pain but tonight I had shooting pains coming from my bad knee I've never had this before so is this normal y would I have shooting pains in my bad knee , (

posted December 18, 2015
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A MyFibroTeam Member

Praying for you and all my new friends
May Gid bless all with a pain free Christmas

posted December 22, 2015
A MyFibroTeam Member

Do you use a pillow between your knees this may help I use for my back all the time

posted December 19, 2015
A MyFibroTeam Member

Thank you so much for your help hugs xxxxx

posted December 22, 2015
A MyFibroTeam Member

Julie, I just searched "Symptoms from swollen legs feeling tight" and came up with a symptom--"Peripheral Edema: What You Should Know About Swollen Legs." There is a lot of information on this. Please "search" in the words I'm sending. Also, *search "Symptoms of sore bones." And other symptoms. My forehead and in between my eyes hurt bad. My husband sometimes tells me to take a sinus pill. I sometimes take just one *CVS brand Non-Drowsy Nasal Decongestant. It's a tiny, red pill. This helps. Less than an hour ago, I tried one *Tylenol. No better. If not better within another hour, I'm going to take a sinus pill.
I also need a haircut. A lot of times, getting my scalp shampooed (massaged) and a hair cut helps a lot!

At the top right hand side of my laptop, I have an opened space with a "magnifying glass" symbol to the left. This is where I search for information. You may be using something that doesn't have this symbol.
You take care, Julie. Jesus Loves You.

posted December 21, 2015
A MyFibroTeam Member

@A MyFibroTeam Member -- if your doctor doesn't listen to you fire him/her and keep firing doctors until you find one who will listen to you! You have the right to be listened to and believed about the kind of pain you are in. There are a lot of people who have been through a shit load of crap and you don't need to be put through that kind of crap by your doctors!

posted December 20, 2015

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