Hi you never hear about
the side effects of storms do you oh all you hear is news reports of roofs blown off or trees fallen but do they talk about
RA pains Nooo
and I guess any cancelled medication trips also , while we can joke it is serious , I find whenever we get a storm especially the build up to it I feel A lot Worse,
and we recently had flooding around the whole area now while I am not in the area that Really got Flooded we got a lot of rain & there is only 2 ways to get into town and Both have a river or creek crossing and Both were flooded across the road and it was a very scary feeling even tho it only lasted a day or 2 I still felt worried.
and msOuchie I was on oxycodone for quite a while then some Bright Spark of a GP decided to put me on Tramadol OH what a nightmare it Did Nothing and like you I was taking More than I should have and taking masses of Panadol osteo but getting No relief and messing my liver up in the process
then my new GP who I have had for about
6 yrs now said why wasn't I on oxycodone I told him & he put me back on it Targin now I take Less and am getting pain coverage and I take Less Panadol Osteo .
and Joy I Hope you keep feeling better as that storm moves away your pressures should keep improving
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