About Me: Female, 45, Chattanooga, TN, member since May 2010
I am a 40 year old mother of two, girl 14 and a boy 12 both are very active in sports and keep me busy most of the time. I have suffered from severe headaches since a teenager and neck pain since my early 30's. Last fall a low back pain started, dull acheing pain, which
[More] has grown into a nagging pain 24/7. It is now effecting my daily activities, sleep, sex, (which effects my marriage) kids, even my friends havent seen me in a month. At this point it is Tuesday night and I have not left the house since Friday night. I am in pain management already for the head and neck issues and am on suboxone due to tolerence buildup of many other meds. I decided to stop with the meds when 50 mg of Fentanyl was not helping my pain. That was May 1. Here I am in a tremendous amount of low back pain and have no idea what its from. Thought my SI joint but its not, yes the joint is sore to the touch but this is not related I just know it. I have a feeling it is related to the female organs. If anyone has any idea's I definitely want to hear them. I joined this site hoping for some insight from a professional or someone in the "know".
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