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Posted by Cynthia
on January 21, 2000 at 11:31:56:
In Reply to: chronic pain posted by Cheryl on January 17, 2000 at 23:41:55:
I read your post and then went on to the next one since I didn't have the same kind of problem
and couldn't provide advice. I came back because I just wanted you to know that I really feel
bad about what you are going through. It seems like with all the modern technology, someone
out there can find out what the problem is. It is so sad that doctors can't treat pain without fear
of being reprimanded when there is no diagnosis to show this person is really in pain. I have
heard from some who were so glad to just get the diagnosis because in some cases it freed up
their physicians to provide pain relief. I hope you won't give up. There is another forum called
the Neurological Web Forum. If you type that into the search field on any web engine screen,
it should provide you with the address of the forum. They have sections for just about every
kind of problem including headaches. If you post something there, perhaps someone else
will have experienced the problem and may be able to give you a lead that you can provide to
your doctor. I hope this helps. If I get the web address at some point today, I will post it below
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