I haven’t gotten a wink of sleep all night because of my stupid arm! I’m so tired and frustrated! All I want is sleep! But since I can’t, I’ll try to do some writing, then probably go to the Peer Support Centre. Today is Women’s Group. I try to never miss it. I know what I’ll be talking about. Maybe send some positive vibes my way if you can. Thanks in advance!
Painfully exhaustedly yours,
My left shoulder has been in pain for the last few days and I have no idea why. I thought that maybe I slept on it wrong or something. I tried calling the doctor’s office yesterday and got a recording that they were closed. I hope they’re open today! I need to get it looked at. It’s so hard to do anything. I’m even having trouble typing this.
I’ve tried putting pain relief cream on it and taking Tylenol. It doesn’t help a lot. As long as I don’t move it the wrong way, it’s ok. But I have to be able to move my arm!
Anyone have any suggestions, other than trying the doctor’s office again. (I’ll do that later!) Thanks,
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English: Spoon (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
by Christine Miserandino. A great way of describing what it’s like to live with chronic, debilitating pain, disability or illness. I can relate to the fatigue part. I’ve had it for several years.