About Me: Female, Redmond, WA, member since Jan 2010
I have RA, MS, Osteoporosis, UC, depression from pain, Fibromyalgia, and fell and I am recovering from an L2 compression fracture. My spine is suffering many other defiencies.
[More] I am married and have a nearly 15 year old daughter, a yellow lab, 2 Abyssinian's and a domestic long haired black cat. I need help, in finding alternative ways to treat my MS and RA without standard meds, which make me sick. I will be seeing a UW spine specialists for another opinion on my spine on Feb 3rd. I have an MD at the Deyoung Pavillion at Evergreen in Kirkland. I have yet another RA doc in Bellevue whom I see again on Friday. Humira gave me MS, all I take now for meds is prednisone, pain meds, antidepressant, muscle relaxant and anti anxiety meds, calforte nose spray for bones, and various vitamins including calcium and D. Currently also experiencing unusual pain in right shoulder going down deltoid to elbow to thru forearm and finger hurt and are puffy. Help.
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