About Me: Female, 35, Follansbee, WV, member since Jun 2010
Im 33 and have chronic back and hip/tailbone (pelvic) pain. I had surgery on my L5 and S1 discs to shave my herniated discs back off my nerve. The jolting nerve pain ended but the hip/pelvic pain is just as bad as before.
Just a quick note to say hi! I think your wife has fibromyalgia. I have it. It is about a pain here and a pain there. Most doctors can't tell you anything because they don't know. I bet your wife just wants to stay home and she has no energy and she's depressed. It's not the symptons or the names of the different diseases the doctors can come up with. YOU TUBE has one doctor listed on the fibromyalgia even though no one really understands it. My husband left me because he told the judge that he could not take care of me and him. So much for the forever after, uh. Please listen to U-tube. The doctor is an older person but he is the only one I thought sounded like I feel. Also, if you know God? Pray. stay in touch. ***@**** (soon I hope). Sincerely, Barbara
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