I am a 32 yr old mother of 3. I have a daughter who is 11 yrs old and 2 sons, one who is 1 and one who is 3 yrs old. My husband is currently in Afghanistan and is due back at the end of July. I am awaiting further testing to be done to confirm a MS dx.
Hey Lady! My pain is not gone, but bearable. Knowing you know how this goes - bearable is as good as it gets. The epidural injections rescued me I feel. I only had two, and have no others scheduled. I was under no risk whatsoever from the tainted meds given to the poor people who got the fungal meningitus. I feel so bad for them. Its a compounding pharmacy those meds came from, and the surgery center I went to does not use that company. I can tell you with absolute certainty that those injections gave me relief beyond anything that I tried. YOu just can't live at those levels of pain. I'm not surprised the "opportunity xray" hahahahah didn't reveal anything. Only MRIs catch this stuff I feel. Please let me know what your plans are! I so feel for you!
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