I've had this sensation of pressure in my head along with a feeling of in balance. Not dizzy, just in my head feeling off. Doctor put me on steroids, it helped but still feel like my head is being pushed back, and forth. Fibro? Anxiety??View Thread
Bladder pain is diffently the worse pain, along with everything eelse that goes on. Since I last wrote stated about my bladder pain, I have discovered that Lecithin vitamins REALLY do help with bladder pain, or any nerve pain. Try them next tome you have this type of discomfort. They are better than taking nueronton anyday. Without any side effects!View Thread
It will take time but, I promise you that it will get better. You will have more good days then bad. There is always some discomfort but, when you know whats causing it, thats half the battle.View Thread
Most of these meds do give some relief but, you sometimes have to keep searching till you find what works best for you. I am 45 and, have had this since I can remember. What I find works best for me is get in the pool with a kick board and, fins and, just keep swimming!!! I have tried EVERYTHING. This worksView Thread
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