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Old 11-14-2006, 05:20 PM   #9
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Originally Posted by ktinkel View Post
By the way, in general I find cold works better than heat. If you have been trying heating pads without much success, try one of those inexpensive pads (really a stitched bag of pellets that can be heated or cooled) from the drugstore. I keep it in the freezer, and find it helps a lot for pain. Main drawback is that it doesn’t last too long — need a bigger freezer, keep stacks of them in there! <g>

Dratted backs! Why did human beings have to stand up, anyway? We could have learned to write with a pen in our mouths, surely? <g>
Thanks for that tip. I certainly wouldn't have thought of cold. Like you, I can't stand for any length of time and that really infuriates me. I've not had shots, yet, but some days I think I'd try just about anything except surgery. I can't sleep on my back either. I've always slept on my left side, but that's where the sicatic is, so that's difficult. I mostly sleep on my right side, but that's not great either. I just want relief!

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