Going on almost 2 years of pluresy pain doctors don't hear the rubbing sound that it usually makes, but I do have the pain. Tried the tens unit no help now i'm getting the benlysta treatment had 4 so far try anything to help it get better Its my way of life now living with this kind of painView Thread
I've posted quite awhilt ago with question about using the tens unit if it could trigger rapid heart beat placing it around my ribs cause that is where i am having my pain no response. I guess no one can answer me, yes or no.View Thread
My ears are driving me crazy its like the sound of crickets at night Does it all the time never get a break from it Its worst when I go to bed whne its quiet except the cricket noise in my ears more intenseView Thread
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