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The tell tale twinges are blaring to me that the back is out. Started last night when goodness forbid I try lying on my side. I was getting up slowly and my breath was taken away by the pain. Joy. Well, not documenting for sympathy, documenting to track this BS.

I managed to get a few small things done today but for the most part, since this now happens every six months like clockwork (wtf?), I know I'll be prone on the couch for a few days. All the activity I've done recently helping Emily paint her parents' house to get it ready (hope their move in goes well and goes today) and running around didn't put the back out. Nope, lying down incorrectly did it.

This is nuts.

Date: 24 Jun 2017 20:41 (UTC)
threecee: (Default)
From: [personal profile] threecee
Ugh, recurring pain with no idea why is really miserable. In this case all the moving things and painting with reaching up and bending down and such is probably a BIG contributing factor.

Do you have a moist heat heating pad? One won't cure the problem, but might sooth it a bit.

Date: 28 Jun 2017 09:17 (UTC)
anisiriusmagus: (Default)
From: [personal profile] anisiriusmagus
Hope it's all better soon, hon. Rest up * snuggly huggles *

Date: 30 Jun 2017 22:11 (UTC)
From: [personal profile] bluecatartist
I remember you talking about having to sleep on the sofa for your back and finally being able to move back to the bedroom. *sigh Sorry to hear you have a return to sofa but esp sorry it is due to the pain. Please take care.

ETA: PS, I use my journals w.in an inch of their lives to document health issues bc I forget otherwise when I need the info - easier to be able to go through, print it out and the dates and hand to Dr to track things happening.
Edited Date: 30 Jun 2017 22:13 (UTC)


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