Interesting Read on Chronic Pain

Chronic Pain as a Disease: Why Does it Still Hurt? People who suffer from severe, chronic back pain know how it can utterly disrupt and damage one’s life. Chronic back pain can be cruel—making it hard to enjoy even the simplest daily activities, and certainly making it a challenge to carry out an exercise routine […]

Our Health System thechronicpainblogger.Com

Continuing on with my stays in hospital the nurse to patient ratio is a disgrace an appalling disgrace. The job load on a nurse’s shoulder is a massive one. Considering they have people’s lives in their hands under time constraints shift work which leaves them with symptoms like jet lag. No wonder there are mistakes […]

The Chronic Pain Blogger

Hospitalization, there’s something that happens pretty much regularly each year, stints were I won’t go in for a while, then times where you are endlessly in and out.Let’s take this year for an example unsure if it’s 8 or 9 times and could not tell you in this life time how many nights I’ve spent […]

Frustration

Thought I’d talk abit about the frustration that goes hand in hand with Chronic Pain and get back to my journey in following blogs. To look at someone like me especially now that I have no walking frame or electric scooter I look like the average JoBlow. I don’t look disabled nor do I look […]

The Chronic Pain Blogger

Unsure if you can blow this up enough to read it but this was an article written on me without my knowledge, I had random people ringing me saying there’s a story in the paper and it sounds like your condition,sure enough it was.They could write about it as long as they didn’t use my […]

Chronic Pain in the last 2 years.Blog no3

Over the past 2 years life and symptoms have got more complicated and very frustrating to say the least. Newer Symptoms: Woke one morning whilst I was at the caravan with a strange intense buzzing in my head and my face felt cold and numb, it seemed as if my eyeballs were freezing almost as […]

The Chronic Pain blogger

Picking up where I left off what I learned about my Immune condition was when you are conceived your parents throw one of two genes, unfortunately my parents both had an identical defective gene (a bad one) and I got both of them. My sister got one good gene and one bad. What this meant […]

The ChronicPainBlogger

Hi, guess I’m starting this blog to be a voice for my self and the millions of others that deal with Chronic Pain day in and day out. I’m a 37 year old mother of 2 wonderful kids unfortunately at the roughly the Same time they came along nearly 12 years ago my pain began. […]