LOL Jayne ... I actually did laugh out loud when you said "I so far have Parkinsons, cancer of everything, heart disease, yeast galore, IBS, etc etc." The cancer of everything part just cracks me up, why is it that when we feel some benign twinge of pain it automatically means cancer?? Weird!!!
So I switched deoderants too about 2 months ago... and mine doesn't go on super smooth either, sometime i feel like I am pressing it too hard... I wonder if that really does have anything to do with it???
On another note, now I am getting these pains in my chest, mostly on the right side, like behind my breast... sometimes it feels crampy, and sometimes it moves lower to the bottom of my ribs, and sometimes to the other side, or sometimes to my back between my shoulder blades! I dont like it, and sometimes changing positions makes it go away. Does anyone else get this :( I hate this. I asked my doctor about it at my last two appts which were a month apart and she didn't seem to show any concern. I relaly dont wan't to go back again, I thought I was done with my hypochondriac phase for now :( I also have this ache that comes and goes in my groin area on both sides.... that is something I have never felt before :( arg................
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