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back, neck pain mva

nath 1234nnath 1234 Posts: 1
edited 01/18/2015 - 4:37 AM in Chronic Pain
I had a car accident Nov 22 2013,,, first 3 days was not so bad but after,, I couldn't drive ( ptsd) couldn't watch TV, noise was unbearable, light my god was hell,, cranky, depression.. Couldn't move from the bed ;( I was in bad shape,,, since then I did not get better! Problem to work,, iam doing physical work so it's not for me.. Let me tell you,, I would like to disappear sometime, I hated,, my back hurts so bad everyday,,, I was sure to come better.. Nop it's he'll, my life is not the same since my mva,, he hit me in the back at 80 km/h... Commotion, back, neck, arms, legs, knee.. Every part of the body hurts ;(
Nathalie arseneault


  • I understand some of your feelings having suffered chronic pain for the last four years. Suicidal feelings and depression are common with people experiencing severe pain for extended periods of time. It is important that you speak to your doctor about it. Some of those feelings can be exacerbated by some of the medicines you may be taking. Are you seeing a PM? Do you go to physical therapy? You need to get some help getting your pain and flexibility, mobility and social life working for you. I have a team of doctors that include a psychiatrist to help manage my life.
  • I pray that you find some peace soon
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