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Old 11-20-2008, 03:19 AM   #1
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Hi everybody as you all know i was diagnosed with a spondy of an 8 as they were preparing me to see my surgeon on dec 4th they did all different xrays,after seeing the xrays my dr said i had tendonitis of the shoulder and perscribed medrol,what a difference my upper back feels so much better,i was also switched to cymbalta i my pain has been cut in half,i feel like a new person,i cant imagine how long i might have had that tendonitis but for me it was more uncomfortable than the spony,what do you think you i still go see the surgeon on dec 4? any replys would be greatly appreciated. mary

 
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