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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
Earlier today I had a spinal cord simulator placed in my back...I have some seriously bad siatica pain and degenerative disc issues. I am doing a trial for 5 days. Has anyone used one of these? They are hoping it helps with my Fibro also. Any information would be great. BTW it appears to definitely helping with my pain but where they put the wires in hurts like a @#$#%!
Chronic Journey refers to our individual paths toward healing. The root word for heal, hale, is the same word for “whole,” (tweet this) which tells me that although I am not physically healthy, it does not mean I am not a whole and useful person. Those of us with chronic pain and illness are traveling toward goals of our own making. Some of us want to be better at…Continue