About Me: Female, 49, Hephzibah, GA, member since May 2013
I had car accident Marc 2010... on May 2010 I had neck surgery C5-C6 after the surgery my pain and numbness started coming from different places. It goes to my arms, hands, shooting pain in the fingers, upper back and lower back pain, my butt feel like it burning and it
[More] goes to my things, legs. I have pain from my head to my toes. Numbness and tingling in butt, thighs, legs and feet. I have numbness in my face and I was diagnosis for TMJ and malgia...
Please help I had other accident December 2012 and my body is getting worse. Sometimes I can not walk becasue of pain. I was diagnosis for fibromalyia and others. I had seen about more than 10 doctors.
"Please help me! I had car accident .. rear ended on March 2010... on May 2010 I had neck surgery at C5-C6, after my surgery in pain is getting worse not just my neck but:
I. Numbness, tingling, abnormal sensations, and pain in both of..."
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