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Babes, we are not doctors. Nor are we lawyers. In fact, we're just a bunch of women (and a few men) who are sick and want to share resources. So please be careful what you do after reading medical advice here. Always speak to your health care professional before trying a new medication, supplement, exercise routine, etc. ChronicBabe.com and its staff are not liable if bad stuff happens to you, and we would hate for bad stuff to happen to you! So be smart, savvy, and do your own research. XO Jenni, the Editrix
If anyone has received an email message from a Frank Kwabena, it's a scam. I just looked it up. Don't answer the email. He said he had gotten into my "short profile" from ChronicBabe Forum. How did he get my information? I thought this site was secure.
Hi :-) I am in my late forties, and have CFS and Chronic Pain in my lower back.. Pain tests me in ways I could not have imagined and I am still trying to work out how to paint lying down,(!)
I am happily married to another chronic pain sufferer and we both have to constantly shift between being sick and being a carer-depending how we both are on a particular day. It is not the easiest.
Thank God for the internet and knowing that across the globe- (we are in the UK)- millions of…
I was recently asked to be part of the #BeReal campaign. It's all about letting who you are on the inside out in the world. As someone with an invisible illness, that was a little scary for me but I think it is time we had a voice. What do you think?…Continue
Ugh. This just crushes my heart.
Here's my tale :
After five constantly sick years being a early education teacher, I found a fantastic career opportunity with my local major health center. My new position was in registration, working with computers & people, two of the things I'm best at. I would be verifying identities & insurances, getting signatures for consent, and being an optimistic friendly in the scary world of the emergency department. I said my…Continue