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chronic pain and travel



  • yes its arrived!! looking forward to many happy hours on it!
  • <:P :D :D I can picture you now lying in your new recliner, full of pain killers with a big smile of satisfaction on your face. <br />

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  • Sorry, Straker, you had such a bad experience while traveling to see your daughter. I had a similar experience the middle of May. I traveled from Florida to California to visit my son, which is approximately a 6 hour flight. I was in so much additional pain while there and after returning home the pain continued. My pain level is still very high and I'm only hoping to get back to the level I was before making this trip. It's just a bad situation to be in. Most people who never suffer chronic pain just don't realize what we're all going through. Hope your pain eases up for you. By the way, your 13 year old daughter is too young to travel alone, with all the weirdos out there today.
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