Wow. So many Illinoisans! That is wonderful although I am not particularly anticipating the ice, snow and wind that goes with it. Especially living in Virginia on the waterfront (5 minutes away) I will be residing about
90 miles from the Southern Missouri/Illinois border. You have good ideas, and I am going to utilize those ideas into my visit with my PM Spec. on the 2nd. The Pain management was a big issue and was making me stressed beyond belief. Especially with possible stress fractures in my pelvis. My Rheumi wants me to get an arthritis doctor as soon as I possibly can to do another scan on my bones. I broke 5 ribs last fall just falling on carpet.
WhiteBeard I see you post a lot on the forum with good advice to many, and so does everybody else give out so much support here on this forum. This is so great. To Piercings: I wish you the best in finding good doctors and a very compassionate PM Spec. when you finally reach your destination. And thank you bsjaguar, and Jim 1969 for your input as well. These things certainly give me a boost, and for those just cruising the forum for info they need.
I am going to stay with the forum when I get to Illinois. brrrrr I just might not be as warm in the winter. LOL
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Disabilities include Degenerative Joint Disease, Osteoporosis, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Fibromyalgia, Supraventricular Tachycardia SVT (cardiac), Artherosclerosis, Peripheal Neuropathy, Polycystic Kidney Disease with kidney stones, Restless Leg Syndrome, C5,6, and 7 herniation/spinal compression, herniated L5, 6 and 7.