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Old 07-22-2006, 08:10 AM   #1
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Talking Rib cage pain upon talking

Hi guys, I thought perhaps this new title would get more attention, I'm hoping to find someone like me {oh that's funny} well first of all I'm so sorry for all of your pain, and that there is a need for all of us to meet here, Ive been self-diagnosed for 7 years, and in that time I've been on different boards... however I've never met, or talked to, or read, about anyone with my problem when I talk it feels like there's a dentist drill laying upon my ribcage and after 5 minutes of talking I'm completely exhausted, when it first started happening 7 years ago I thought I was dying also started getting pain in my rib cage when I would walk neither has let up at all in 7 years also I have TMJ and my ears hurt real bad when I talk too, til I have to put ice pax on them, which helps alot. those are my 2 most noticeable problems the things that keep me from being able to work has anyone ever heard of anything like this I also have most of the other fibro symptoms neck pain lower back & hips severely fatigued haven't really slept well in 20 years, for the most part as long as I'm sitting and I don't have to talk I'm in pretty good shape I feel well. however if I try to go out into the world and do anything at all like a normal person like visit or shop work... forget it I have to recouperate for 2 days or so just from an hour visit with my mother or grocery shopping which I do use the electric wheelchair for shopping I couldn't dar go to a store without them, well sorry for rambling that's enough for now I'll be anxiously awaiting any replies! thanx Tina

 
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Old 07-22-2006, 08:21 AM   #2
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Re: Rib cage pain upon talking

I feel really stupid about the happy face icon I though it was gonna go at the end where I said thanx,LOL it looks like hey I'm so happy I have rib cage pain...

 
Old 07-22-2006, 03:25 PM   #3
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Re: Rib cage pain upon talking

Hi tina, I posted a reply on your other thread. Have a good day.....really we do have them occasionally!!!

 
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