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I was recently given x-rays and A MRI for my shoulders and lumbar .
The report shows that I have Curvilinear Tendonitis in my shoulders And Multilevel Facet Arthopathy in my back.
Does anyone else have these conditions and what treatments were given for it?

A MyChronicPainTeam Member said:

@A MyChronicPainTeam Member I hope it all works out. Specifically what I heard was, thru the lungs, straight to your head. Through the stomach gives better dispersion to the area actually hurting. If true, I can see it taking longer, but more effective once it reaches the right place in your body. It's nothing I researched, just one users comment of their experience.

posted 10 months ago
A MyChronicPainTeam Member said:

It's been nearly 2 weeks since my latest ablation. I actually have quite a few active ones. Once past the tenderness and swelling, they are very effective for me. I'm praying some of the oldest ones hold up through the end of the year or at least the beginning of October. If so, it might just be practical to cut back some on the level of opiate meds I have needed. I've already had a little drop off from this last ablation and the IVIG done in the hospital mid May. God bless all your efforts! Hugs and fewer pain FULL days.
🤠Larry 🤓Lou 🐏Bock

posted 12 months ago
A MyChronicPainTeam Member said:

I don't believe it's the doctor's as much as it's our F-N government's. They believe doctors over prescribing pain meds caused the junkie outbreak . Because a doctors office is also a business, that's how they make their living . So when the government threatens their livelihoods of course they stop patients care of pain meds. People like us on this CHRONIC PAIN SITE are paying the price. And it's world wide homeless druggies everywhere. Granted some did come from chronic pain but I believe that they have abusive natures in their genetics or addictive personalities. This whole pain druggy thing has me pissed off. Government shouldn't dictate medical. In my opinion. Thanks for letting me ramble on my fellow chronic pain sufferers

posted 12 months ago
A MyChronicPainTeam Member said:

I found 2 new friends with access to mmj, so my pain has been less.. I am certified for it, but the first visit is $150 and then $75/month to maintain dose. Out of pocket. Tomorrow I will check to see if Crime Victims will pay for it, or reimburse me. That would be so awesome!

edited, originally posted 11 months ago
A MyChronicPainTeam Member said:

@A MyChronicPainTeam Member, I’m wondering if you have been told there are a finite number of ablation that can be done in one area over a lifetime? My new PM doctor told me this on my initial visit, and it was news to me. Nerves regenerate all the time around the burnt out are and so I thought they could go back and deaden the new nerves as needed.



posted 11 months ago
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