Support and Chronic Pain - Your Stories

My own experiences are really that pain just takes over your life and I have had a long search, since 2005, to find ways of coping with living with it. I was diagnosed in 2006 with Rheumatoid Arthritis and Fibromyalgia (although looking back I...
As a natural sportsman in my youth, I from being age 10 was always involved with Sunday league football and selected for school teams across a variety of sports, of which unfortunately for me rugby union was one. My trouble and eventual condition...
My name's Kate, I'm a 27 year old girl from the UK. My chronic pain story began in 2008, when I suffered a knee injury whilst snowboarding.  I was out in America training with the British Freestyle Snowboard team when I had a fall in...
My Husband (aged 48) had a serious bike accident when he was 21 and lost his left leg from above the knee. Once he got over the shock of the accident, he then had to get over the shock of using very heavy large artificial limbs until he was fitted...
My story so far... I am 27 years old, after nine years of battling, in December 2007, I was diagnosed with Endometriosis aged 22. As a young teenager I wanted to be the same as my friends and have ‘periods’, how naive I was.  At...
I cannot exactly recall when I first damaged my back, but I am fairly sure that it was during the summer of 1967 when I was doing 18 months of practical work on a farm prior to going to the Royal Agricultural College.  It seems impossible to...
At the age of 12 I started with chronic pain which started in my stomach but over the space of 25 years it spread to legs, back and chronic headaches. With the stomach pains I found that if I used hot water bottles or the heat pads that you can buy...

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