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... I have arthritis, osteoporosis and scoliosis (I'm only 45... what a mess, huh?) Anyway, we need to get a new mattress. I was leaning towards the Tempurpedic... which are foam, because they feel comfortable (I laid on one in the store)... but I'm afraid they'd be difficult to move around in (because you kind of settle into them) and I need to move around frequently or I "gel"... (2 replies)
... Getting out of bed has been really hard this past week for some reason. Some mornings are ok, then some are really bad. My spine is really sore tonight too. ... (37 replies)
... about and don't have a conscience about letting me.. a walking pain case... just slowly die a slow death. No one understands that much about it. They just treat Arthritis like they are flying by the seat of their pants. There are so many days when I ask "Why me? ... (18 replies)

... Am on glucosimne now and have completey stopped taking all arthritis medications for over a month now and so far things are holding up. ... (11 replies)
... look under the cortosione injection questions and get my history as i have 2 broken bones due to the arthritis disease and i hurt tonight. i will be happy to help you with any questions or just how to cope with this disease. i have had it since i was three years old. ... (16 replies)
... ointments aimed for arthritis pain? ... (3 replies)
... I have been having hip/back/buttock pain for years that I thought was OA. I am 60 and 10+ yrs ago, an xray showed degenerative disk disease. The dr told me arthritis can mean your muscles have to work harder so you will have muscle strain/soreness. Still, I feel it every day, though not all day every day. When I recently researched the symptom of the pain being worst or... (3 replies)
... Every little bone and connective tissue in my neck is so swollen and so damged that use of my hands and arms very limited. Laying down in bed is the worse part since the inflammation pressures on neck's nerves causing severe pain. ... (6 replies)
... Hey sorry to hear you'd a bad night too, and a flare, im all swelled up and red too so think thats why Id such restless night, Im after loads pain meds, im seeing double im so exhausted,right this minute Im fairly comfy but Ive had a considerable amount of opiods so I'd want to be, Ive gone back to bed as I need some sleep so Im jus bout to put my laptop off the bed and... (80 replies)
... I do know what you mean about the "spikes" of pain. I have had RA for going on 5 yrs now. As they said, you never know when it's gonna happen. But when it happens, nothing works fast enough! I also must use pain killers to help me. I'd say that the spikes happen at least once or twice a week... my worst one however was in December. I had such horrible pain in my left... (4 replies)
... When I had a small windfall last year, my husband and I decided to cave in and buy a decent bed for possibly the first time in our adult lives: we'd always slept on beds we'd inherited or ones we felt we could afford....decent, but what a difference it makes to finally have a good one! What we settled for was a latex mattress with a pillow-top made of memory foam. It was... (15 replies)
... and you put it on top of your own mattress. Honestley talk about a complete and utter waste of money , we also have a very expensive firm sprung mattress on our bed but that does not help either. ... (15 replies)
... he PT stretches and this is hard to put out over the net. Stand with face to the wall, arms straight up and reach NOT strain just reach. Another is laying on the bed arms outstretched overhead and try to crawl with your arms, using only the arms not body, like being pulled by your hands, don't strain and if it starts to stop. ... (10 replies)
... I feel the best when Im exercising myself. Going to bed it scary. I know I will toss and turn all night and be in pain. ... (37 replies)
... I have never taken anything for the pain, and most of the time if I can get out of bed in the morning I will begin to feel better. I get so stiffened up when I sleep that I usually need help getting out of bed. Is that PA too. ... (37 replies)
... I have a friend who has arthritis so bad she has been bed ridden for several years. Now when she needs to go to the doctor she must take an ambulance there and back. ... (3 replies)
Basil Arthritis
Nov 14, 2014
... Tess, congratulations on taking a big step and making a tough decision for your health. I had surgery on my dominant hand 6 months ago and it was thanks to Haydena and a few others that I knew exactly what to expect and how to prepare. I concur - read the older threads so you can be ready. Many people have done this and been able to go back to activities that require good hand... (15 replies)
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... Hi Oesmom2, I recently had a trapeziectomy with ligamentous reconstruction. I didn't have the other work done that you will be having. My surgery lasted 2 hours, plus 1.5 hours preparation which included using ultrasound to do the nerve block. I was in post-op for 1.5 hours. I was prescribed oxycodone for pain, 1-2 pills every 4 hours. I took 1 pill before bed when the... (4 replies)
... s have been driving me crazy. They hurt all the time, like a constant throbbing. I can't sit still at my desk during the day or on the couch in the evening or in bed at night. The muscles ache all the time. ... (14 replies)

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