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Unread 04-17-2007, 08:28 AM   #1
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With this wacky weather this week and the massive low pressure system that is hovering over us, are you all having a rise in symptoms or not feeling well?
I know for myself my head feels like thick concrete. The rest of my body feels sluggish and all I want to do is lay down and rest. I have a movie I got from Blockbuster and I can't even think of watching it. I am just miserable.
Is anyone else feeling it too?
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Unread 04-17-2007, 10:43 AM   #2
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I'm feeling it, and it's awful!

I flare enough with just a regular rain storm and weather change -- but this past weekend and insane rain and wind and crazyness has me in a super-flare. My muscles all hurt, I'm so tired I can barely stay awake for a few hours, and overall I just feel like hell.

Hopefully, the area will dry out soon and the weather will improve and our flares will disappear.
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Well Liz and others, I have figured out why the weather was making me feel more than terrible....I had a 3 day migraine because of the super low that settled right over New England for the last few days. Today I feel much better and no more concrete head. Now I have just slightly more pain than usual, but luckily I am going to the pain doc today. Trigger point shots here I come!
I hope you all are feeling better now too.
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Unread 04-21-2007, 02:19 PM   #4
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My worst pain months tend to be January, April, and middle of August. Ouch Ouch Ouch...gentle ehugs, Carly
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