About Me: Female, 53, Reynolds, GA, member since Nov 2008
i have been married for 22 years and we have one son and he is 19, i have had health problems since i was a kid, i have a cat name robin which the whole family loves. i have diabetes, high blood pressure.fatty liver, depression.hiatal hernia, dengenterative disc disease
[More]. bone spurs in my foot and back i keep a low grade fever, fibromyalgia, arthritis all over, anemic, and now they think i have connective tisssue disease, if anyone see a pattern or what the real problem is?
"i have had the steroids injections too it didn't help i have spinal stenosis, bone spurs in my back and herniated disc fro c4 to t1, i take 60mg of morphine time release capsule once a day, oxycodone 5mg capsules up to 3 a day, zanaflex ..."
"i to have vaginal pain during intercourse i didn't know that my type 2 could be causing the pain but my doctor did say try using a lubrication to see if that would help if you find a solution please let me know"
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