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Anne Marie Sproul Oct 23
And KABOOOM! I now have thumbnail sized and pea sized holes near my tailbone/butt. On the plus side, the pain level will probably come down a few notches. We begged the Dr's to try to drain them but they wouldn't and now it's too late. More wounds.
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Gina Ritter Oct 25
Chronic illness? Chronic killness. I’m still hiding from the Covid. How about you?
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Marilyn Maya Mendoza Oct 27
I want to read "Why we sleep" by Mathew Walker, so bad, but the wait at the library is forever. I want to know why I get so many nightmares.
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Thomas Kline MD, PhD 18h
our poll is absolutely shocking that 90% of people taking pain medicine and benzodiazepines have been taken off the benzo’s, 55% abruptly! please anonymously or with name report doctor to state medical board on line. Do it
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High Ground 22h
Our Instagram stories put the spotlight on amazing and warriors. Follow us at for these, tips on healthy living, and pics of pot so pretty you’ll want to frame them!
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Princess, The Tower Oct 26
“The person living with or may not look “sick” at all, but inside, every moment of every day may be a challenge… They fight an uphill battle to be heard, and sometimes, to receive proper treatment.” @reclaiminghope
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patronsaintofcats&bats&cybernats🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 Oct 25
Here’s one for my fellow
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Pinkster C 💜 Oct 22
When you pop to the shops & see these two beautiful messages,so you put them together for the next person to see😍 Be the Best Version Of You.. Bee Kind💜
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Princess, The Tower Oct 21
“This is a love letter for everyone who lives, chronically, with illness of any kind, for whom seemingly simple tasks that most take for granted…feel like mountain climbs.” A Love Letter to Anyone Who Struggled to Shower Today
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Thomas Kline MD, PhD Oct 27
Any physician or NP or PA Who forces you off your pain medicine or your benzodiazepine abruptly without your consent without a taper Is practicing negligent medicine. File online complaint w your state medical board.
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Pauline O'Connor - BrainWriters Oct 23
Blast from the past: August 2020 Change, ambiguous loss and spoons For more content like this, please follow my personal account
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Pain News Network Oct 26
A new analysis has found little evidence to support the long-term use of any medication or therapy to treat . , CNS depressants & cognitive behavioral therapy were found effective short-term.
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Princess, The Tower Oct 21
“You live with incredible amounts of that would knock a healthy person flat on their back…faking being well, even when you feel you can’t take another step. You wake every morning feeling like you got hit by a truck but—you don’t give up.“
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Linda M. Dickson Oct 19
An umbrella account for all pain groups to list updates in the news affecting the committees of . Please post any/all upcoming events to maximize support on ⁦⁦
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Zesty Sunny (Heather) - #BLM 21h
Inspired by to share a little about my day to show people what it's like to live with chronic pain/illness.
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1step2life Oct 24
We can help. Log mood, functioning & self care. Start where you are. Break the cycle of pain. > At the App Store & Google Play >
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Kavalon Oct 22
It is great when people have medical symptoms & the doctor isn't sure. Ability to join groups & talk with others. But it still can be 2-8 years before you are diagnosed, diagnosed correctly. So many people have to lose so much and become a burden. Has to change!
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A Chronic Voice Oct 24
"Happy to all! Keyword: . The deep, kind 💕⁣":
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Pinkster C 💜 Oct 22
It takes as little as 1% of a population to create positive change,be apart of that change,if you stand with the retweet/share this💜
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Adrian Carsini 8h
Replying to @Corbo
Thank the lord for that
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