OW

Yesterday I went to my son’s Christmas party, I had to stand for half an hour and was in agony with my back.

I have mentioned that I was having difficulty with it, and that is why I had to stop doing the type of exercising I was doing as the pain was just too much, but now I think my back is taking the piss,

Fortunatly I have made an app with the doctor again to see if they can do anything, I am 33 years old I should be able to bend

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13 Responses to OW

  1. Mel (Hippo256) says:

    Hmm.. Sadly, I can relate (except for the 33 years old part). I hope it will be over soon and that the doc can do something for you!

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  2. Deb says:

    So sorry. Hope it gets sorted. Get well soon.

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  3. stephleo says:

    Sorry : ( Good luck with appointment!

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  4. I’m sorry to hear your in so much pain. You are a year younger than myself and I can’t relate to the back pain but I understand not being able to do certain activities due to my feeding tube. I also want to share that my friend who is 41 just had back surgery last week and it took him years to find a doctor that knew what to do. He didn’t have insurance so that was a factor. I’ve heard the best approach is a MRI scan and also some medications can cause back pain. I’m sorry for the long comment but I just wish I could help.

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    • Dont be sorry its a lovely comment, and I love hearing your thoughts. I may suggest that to the doctor, I am in the UK so don’t have to worry about insurance

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      • Thank you! Your to kind. My boyfriend is from the UK and we were just talking today about the healthcare there. I’ve been told some surgeons require an MRI scan before even seeing you. However, that is here in the US. Please keep us posted on your progress.

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      • Its probably the same here with the surgeons. We complain bitterly about the NHS (healthcare) here in the UK, but I would much rather have to wait for a while then pay $3000 for a plaster and I will certainly keep you updated. I am not shy about seeking for attention

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