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fibro and lumbar is hell



  • Sorry it's taken me so long to finally get back to you!! I had a busy stint at work, and then this board fell by the wayside, as our fall hobbies picked up (apple picking, bonfires, relaxing rides on our trike...b/c it's no fun when sweat is pouring off of you as you try to ride!). :)So..I actually don't have as many issues w/ the tingling/pins and needles in my tailbone (just pain and aching), but mine travels down to my legs, feet and arms a lot. I can't remember if I already mentioned this, but I also have had surgery on my cervical spine (fused and more hardware on C5 thru C7). So, Im thinking that may be the reason why my pain is bypassing my tailbone and shooting right out of all of my limbs. I was just currently upped to 50 mg of Lyrica 2x/day and am on vicoden for breakthough pain. I did do PT to strengthen my muscles, but it got to the point where I kept going and only heard "yep..thats still right. See you on your next appt.". I do get acupunture (a big thing b/c I hate needles, but this is nothing like getting a shot/blood drawn, and I see a chiro). I promise to check back more often to talk to you again :)
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