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I am in Contant pain, my spine is tender to touch, the pain is worse in the morning, have trouble lifting anything, can't bend over, can't sit or stand for longer then 20 minutes, hurts to take deep breaths. My arms often have a dull aching pain to them as well but just in the joints.

Just want to know what I should be asking my doctor to do because they don't seem to want to help, they just give me pain killers and send me on my way. I personally think there is more to what is going on, and I'm tired of pain controlling my life.


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replied February 13th, 2009
Back Pain Answer A5763
Your question involves the constant pain you are in, and you believe their is a lot that your doctors are missing in your situation.

In these situations, any of the issues you mentioned may contribute to your pain. Constant, unrelenting pain should be evaluated from a biochemical aspect as well. You may have an issue with modulating inflammaion in your body, which can be caused by numerous imbalances in your body, from adrenal fatigue, to immune suppression, to even something as simple as vitamin D deficiency.

If you have seen multiple doctors, and they have not addressed you further than pharmaceutically, it may be indicated to look toward nutrition and anti-inflammatory protocols for assistance.

Sam Visnic NMT
www.endyourbackpainnow.com/blog


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