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Tuesday, June 23, 2009

#615 Polymyalgia Rhuematica - Part 2

It has been a while since I posted the information about a possible health concern, polymyalgia rhuematica. After the blood tests, the doctor assured me I did not have that ailment.

Since then the discomfort in my neck and shoulders has subsided considerably. I still have to move my head a little slower, but the range of motion is quite good. Now all I have to do is have my other aches and pains disappear.

I hope all is well with you and you are satisfied with the choices you are making.

May peace and love be with you always.

#615

13 comments:

Sandee said...

Glad to hear this great news. Getting old isn't for sissies is it? No it's not.

Have a great day. :)

bronxbt said...

good to hear that you're not suffering from anything outta-da-blue!

always good to keep a watchful eye on those symptoms tho, eh?

and like sandee said, getting old sucks. even i can relate with my torn knee! ouch!

~ hugs
B

Karen said...

Know how you feel...

...aches and pains are us in this house, also!

Angela Marie said...

This is great to hear (or ummm read).

What a good Doctor to be on top of things! I am sure you are relieved with the news too. I wouldn't want all of those side affects with the medication either.

bunches of hugs

Fred said...

Good news, Jack. I have a pinched nerve that gives me fits sometimes, so I knda know how you feel.

Christina said...

Great news!

I have degenerative disk in my neck so there are times I can't move my head too well either. Fortunately it has not flared up for quite some time (knock on wood).

Puss-in-Boots said...

I'm glad you haven't got polymalgia rheumatica...it wouldn't be nice. Maybe you're rusting up...try some alcohol...that should fix it...grin.

Skunkfeathers said...

The aging process sucks, to be sure, other than the part you recently posted pics on (grandkids and great grandkids).

It takes the wisdom of age to be able to deal widdit ;)

Hang tough!

Merle said...

Dear Jack ~~ I am sorry you have a few health problems and pain. Me too.
I don't know anything about the one
you mentioned - polymyalgia
rheumatics - but glad you don't have
it. My brother bought a bio magnetic underlay for his bed and loves it. I got one too and it is lovely and warm and comfy, But it doesn't take the pain away from my back.
Glad you liked the tired dog story.
Take care, my friend, Regards, Merle

Sarah Sofia Ganborg said...

Hi Jack, just read the last 3 posts and perhaps I should rather comment on them per e-mail...

anyway, great posts, both on D-Day and your bother's reunion!

Re your health: I don't think it has to be that way and I also don't think you're THAT old. This type of body can last for 140 to 150 years, if treated correctly and i don't think that you're quite there yet...

What you need is a de-tox, different diet and have you read Hulda Clark's books?

anyway i'm sure everything can be handled, just not by doctors!

one reason why you should never listen to these idiots:

http://anders-wohnen.blogspot.com/2009/06/marstrand-swedenschweden.html

Merle said...

Hi again Jack ~~Thanks for your comments and glad you enjoyed the post and jokes. I flunked the test too. Shrewd old rooster.
Hope you are doing OK. Take care.
Regards, Merle.

Sarah Sofia Ganborg said...

Hi! i read your comment on "Good to know", checked out the link and added a new post taking the new info in account.

Puss-in-Boots said...

I'm very happy to hear that, Jack. It's not a pleasant ailment to have, very painful. See...it's the alcohol, it worked!