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Re: Surgery and Re-entrapment

PostPosted: Sun Dec 24, 2017 5:23 am
by Violet M
Maybe you could consider getting a job that doesn't require much sitting to help you keep your mind off of the pain. My theory is that often it isn't just one thing, such as fear or anxiety, that is the cause but maybe a combination of factors such as genetic make-up, musculoskeletal build, a genetic component in the nerves that may make you more hypersensitive to pain, the chemicals released at the synapses when you do have anxiety or fear, injury or even repetitive micro-injury to a nerve, etc. -- just to name a few of the possible contributing factors.

Violet

Re: Surgery and Re-entrapment

PostPosted: Thu Dec 28, 2017 9:14 am
by lightmail
Violet I may be wrong but i think I read something on the main page where you said that you have seen more success stories surgery wise. Is that true. I am thinking surgery because I'm so bad 6.6 years later and in bed 24/7 ....Thank you.