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Old 03-01-2012, 06:30 AM   #5
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Re: Any Good Books?

Hi knot, it is very much trial and error at the early stages, I am not diagnoised long with secondary sjogrens. For me I had to learn to pace myself, when I was having a good day I would tend to over do things in order to catch up and end up exhausted. Now even on a really good day I stop a couple of times and rest, it seems to help. I always keep a bottle of water with me and sip away through the day. I use over the counter eye drops and if I need pain relief I take it early, I used to try and wait it out, and would end up in agony. When you get the book you will have more info than you need, it is very detailed.
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