About Me: Female, 63, Knoxville, TN, member since Mar 2011
Retired educator; married for 32 years; 2 children, and soon 4 grandchildren, not 3; that I am NAN to......and have kept as a caregiver. I have had migraines since 2001, hypothyroidism in 2003, sent to Mayo Clinic in 2004, have had many injections and 4 radiofrequency
[More] ablations/lesionings to C 2,3 and 3,4; I just had surgery this past year for :June, broken fibula (bicycle), Nov. 28th: diskectomy and fusion (which has helped so much), and damage to my right knee while doing squats (exercising on rainy days). I am now swimming about 4 days a week (laps) for 30 min. and hoping to get back into the machines soon at my gym. I am on a weight loss program, and I am trying hard to lose many unwanted pounds. I also just learned that I have to have a breast biopsy on March 7th due to a mammogram result. Praying for a good report.
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