Well, hell I'd like to say I have none of the above but that would be a misnomer. The only one on the list I don't have is hoarseness and that's a wonder when you talk for a living. I was diagnosed with Sjogrens last year so that adds to the fatigue. I had carpal tunnel surgery in November of 12, so I have been there too. On top of these symptoms I have sleep apnea so hey what the heck. My son recently bought me a jar opener, should of had one years ago as this one is electric and it works great. These lumps under the skin I have an issue with and will have doc take a look when I return to see him this Thursday. I have had 6 under my right armpit in the last two months. Mine raise up and are so sensitive till they burst open, is that suppose to happen. As I have a golf ball size lump on my elbow that is hard and does not bother me much. Something I have been wondering about it the antidepressant Cymbalta. It is designed I understand to help with chronic depression due to pain. Sounds like the one I need to be on in place of Celebrex.View Thread
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