I don't know what kind of pain I have. If you looked at me, you wouldn't see much
wrong except there is a curve in my neck that other people don't have. Pinched
nerves and herniated discs and other not good stuff shows up on my MRI's. I
have a difficult time of it. My head is sitting on a bad place. The pain that I feel
in my neck and shoulders is nerve pain, I guess. I hoped that surgery like Pete
had would be an option. Unfortunately, it won't work on me. The only kind of
medical procedure that would help at this point is to remove my head, take care
of the problem and then carefully replace it.
I've heard of some good neurosurgeons who can reattach heads on decapitated
patients. However, I've never heard of one so skilled that they can remove the
head and successfully and replace it. : (
When I hear others say, "I'm in pain," I take it at that. I never doubt pain. I know
it all too well. A diagnosis of Fibromyalgia would be TERRIBLE. Many doctors
don't believe it because they can't see it.
Oh, I don't know what's what. Not at all. Not one bit. Not a pinch. I go to research,
get distracted or lost and punch off this Mac and menace it with my mean face.
How do you take Morphine to help with your Methadone? My doctor says to take it
midway between Methadone. Let me know how YOU take it. OK?
For inquiring minds or those who need a replacement:
The neurosurgeon that replaced the head is somewhere in Arizona.
Post Edited (Pamela Neckpain) : 4/25/2009 3:19:45 AM (GMT-6)