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Pain free days

Arrgh! It really annoys me. I get like 1 1/2 full days of pain free spine pain every 1 - 2 months and usually when I try something new like say drink more water or when I try a new stretch or something and then I'll be like Hmmmm I'll drink more water everyday and maybe just maybe my symptoms will get better but it will always come back like just the other day I tried a cobra pose Mckenzie style push up and held it for awhile and bam noooooooo pain for just over a day and I'm like hmm I ll do it more thru out the day to see if we got something here and yet again the pain slowly returned. It's these pain free days that keeps me striving for a fix but I can't quite grasp what's actually easing my pain. Has anyone else notice something similar????
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