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Unhappy cant do this anymore... - March 11th 2010, 04:08 AM

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basically i have chronic back pain and the pain recently spread to my neck and shoulders also. ive been drinking constantly but i have no money now and its not a long term solution. my doctors will not give me medication, i have yelled at them to because i cant live like this... what should i do?!
   
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Re: cant do this anymore... - March 11th 2010, 04:17 PM

Hey that sounds terrible!

Have you tried seeing a chiropractor? My family and I go to one. My mom has had terrible back pains and it has really helped her. No medications or anything. Just a things they call 'adjustments' she would get a few times a week. It helped me with aches and pains too!
   
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Re: cant do this anymore... - March 11th 2010, 06:27 PM

As a child, my father had hans schuller christian disease and spina bifida. One day he was seriously injured at work, rupturing several disks in his back. He had to quit his job, and for the past five years has been in terrible pain every day. He's been through bouts of depression and alcoholism, which wound up with him developing diabetes. He also suffers from muscle dystrophy. But you know what? He goes on. He doesn't take any pain killers and he lives a normal, happy life as a stay at home dad. I wish I could tell you how he does it, but all I can do is hope you can figure it out for yourself.


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Re: cant do this anymore... - March 11th 2010, 08:19 PM

Drinking won't make it any better, blowing your money on liquor won't make you feel any better. It's not the solution.
It sounds like this problem can be fixed by going to a Chiropractor, or going to get a different opinion from a better Doctor.
   
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