About Me: Female, 47, fort mill, SC, member since Jul 2010
I am 42 yrs old and have many conditions. I have a wonderful husband of 12 yrs. and a daughter who is 21. I grew up in NY and lived in NH most of my adult life. Moved to SC in 2003 and absolutely love it! No more excessive snow and 9 months of cold.
I read ur tale of woe with trying to sort ur foot pain out. I have just recently come out of a remissive state. But it has come back with a vengeance. Neck, shoulder that I can't even touch, back - prime and muscle - legs which drive me crazy and now, just in case I wasn't paying attention my wrists and fingers have made themselves heard very clearly. My ankles are painfull and I can actually make out every pressure point on my foot. I also suffer from tension headaches, broken sleep and the other major ingredient - Bipolar 2. So yes any muscle, tissue and joint is open to attack. God Bless u in ur path to healing. Suzanne.
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