Dear,Not onlydo u have it but in my building alone three of my neigbors have it. u not alone believe me I know how u feel! Sometime I think about how I use to be and how I am now and I start crying, this silent killer has taken away so much from me but I still hanging in fighting every painful moment. When I was passing the stones I kept asking why but no one could or would tell me until it was to late to catch it early. I worked 4 AMR and was untieing a wheelchair when my back cracked. My patien even heard it, tghe MRI comfirmed it and I could not let them do surgery because of my bones condition. Although I have OS a DR. still wanted to put itantium in my back and while he was talking all I could think of was more bones cracking under pressure from the metal or them meshing around in my back, besides I had pick up some their patients that back surgery was continuosly done on.View Thread
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