Just a quick note to say hi! I have had left and right titanium total hip replacements in 2006 and 2007 have since been diagnosed with chronic fatigue syndrome fibromyalgia clinical depression and bipolar. I now have three disc replacements with screws and plate to hold them in place in my neck that was done on 12/10/13. My hands and feet are now itching peeling and splinting open. Has any one experienced this. My medical problems started in 1984. I have gone to so many doctors for treatment only to have more Heath problems. If any one can help please do.
Can you give us an update? I just found this site and read your story. My mom has been suffering from the same symptoms for almost a year. She lays in the bed and cries. She says she cannot stand the pain anymore and does not want to live if this cannnot be resolved. We have been to neuro doctors, arthritis docs, chiro, ..... so many... we are not getting any answers. Help!
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