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    my sympathies. I have nothing wrong for me, but my two daughters are both always in pain. C had a car accident and her back and neck are a constant pain. V has fibromyalgia. She has taken ages to be diagnosed, and has lived with pain since her teenage years. I understand what you are going through, I wish I could be of some help. hugs, marie.

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    My chronic pain isn't nearly as bad as you ladies, but I get mine on my thigh. When I was younger sitting at a desk I used to always cross my legs and I feel like doing that has damaged the muscle in my leg. It doesn't hurt every day, but Sundays tend to be the worst. I don't really know why, but it hurts to walk. Monday it's a little better, but painful going up and down stairs. It's the same thing almost every week. The pain is bearable, but very annoying. I do intend to go to a doctor eventually...only thing is not sure which type I would go to.

    Is that something a physio can help with?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hopeful1986 View Post
    My chronic pain isn't nearly as bad as you ladies, but I get mine on my thigh. When I was younger sitting at a desk I used to always cross my legs and I feel like doing that has damaged the muscle in my leg. It doesn't hurt every day, but Sundays tend to be the worst. I don't really know why, but it hurts to walk. Monday it's a little better, but painful going up and down stairs. It's the same thing almost every week. The pain is bearable, but very annoying. I do intend to go to a doctor eventually...only thing is not sure which type I would go to.

    Is that something a physio can help with?
    It may help. I tried physio but it didn't cure my problem. It may for you though. Give it a go.

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    Loads of pain killers..


 

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