About Me: Male, 40, griffith, IN, member since Dec 2008
34 s/w/m 5-8 200lbs.
father of two,work as a union boilermaker,hobbies include archery,cooking,and fish tanks.
[More] diagnosed with GAD from stress and anxiety.
i have some gastro issues im looking to find answers to here,and give help when i can!
If you ever need any information about Lyme Disease, drop me a line. I have lots of names and numbers and helpful websites. I just know sometimes it is a real fight to get a doctor to listen and living with chronic lyme is an even bigger fight. Its always good to know your not alone. I'm only 21 and can't work or clean the house. And still with out a dx. Take care and God bless
I was reading a previous post where someone was asking about neck achyness/pain. You asked him if it made him dizzy or nauseous when moved a certain way. I am having the same problems as him to the T but with dizziness and nauseousness when I tilt my head back or to the left. What was the reason you asked him that?
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