THANKS FOR YOUR ANSWER,THREE TIME PER WEEK AT PHYSICAL THERAPY MAKE MY A LOT OF SORE,IF TAFT OVER THERE,AND,FROM A FEW DAYS I HAVE SORE AT ALL MY MUSCLES FROM LEFT SIDE(AT BACK),I HAD SURGERY AT LEFT SHOULDER,SO,CAN BE FROM THERAPY,BECAUSE I DIN T HAD BEFORE,FROM MEDICATION,BUT I AM ALIKE A ZOMBIE...I WILL GO AT MY PSH TOMOROW,AND THE NEXT WEEK I HAVE APP AT MY SURGEON..SO,I TRY TO FIND OUT ABOUT........THANK YOU ANYWAYView Thread
I AM FILL VERY BED IN THE LAST TIME,FATIGUE ALL THE TIME,CAN T SLEEP AT NIGHT,ALL THE BODY IS SORE,CANT TOUCH THE BAD,PILLOW,FILL COLD,AFTER ONE MINUTE,HOT,AND AGAIN COLD...........ALL THE FOOD FILL DIFFERENT,CAN T SLEEP,BUT CAN T STAY UP,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,AND,TIRED,TIRED ALL THE TIME.I HAVE PS THERP THREE TIME PER WEEK,FROM A SHOULDER SURGERY,I TAKE HYDROCODONE, AND MELOXICAM,LAST YEAR I WENT ALMOST SEVENTY TIME AT PS THERAP FOR THE SHOULDER,ALSO,I DON T DRINK,OTHER DRUGS,BUT I AM FILL BED IN THE LAST TIME,AND I DON T KNOW WHAT TO DO............View Thread
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