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... I took it for a year but didnt feel or see any difference. My father takes it for very mild joint aches and he says it helps him. But then again he can pop one Aleve and be totally fine after that. ... (10 replies)
... I read your story, and as far as the back issues we are a lot alike. ... (28 replies)
... Thank you everyone, and Ozzy God Bless your sweet heart! ... (9 replies)

... If I could ask a tiny it possible to go back and put your post into paragraphs? ... (14 replies)
... If I could ask a tiny it possible to go back and put your post into paragraphs? ... (14 replies)
... I'm sorry you had to deal with the jerks at the Urgent Care Clinic. As you know, Ive had my share of that kind of thing lately, and it is very frustrating. ... (16 replies)
... So glad you finally got those outta the way! I, too, spent a little over 2 hours with my 2 MRIs that I had done a couple weeks back... ... (3 replies)
... to the PM docs. I just wanted to let you know we're kind of in the same boat, undiagnosed things going on, with unexplainable pain. ... (21 replies)
... Well, I met my doctor today. He was absolutely wonderful. He had a great attitude and didn't spend but just 5 minutes with me. He was in there probably at least half an hour. We went over all of my MRI films together. ... (45 replies)
... nife stuck in the muscle right next to my right shoulder blade. Sometimes it feels like the knife is being twisted. My doctor said it sounds like muscle spasms and nerve compression. I just wonder if this is the case, why the muscle relaxers aren't helping in any way, shape, or form.. ... (34 replies)

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