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This is pretty cool. You can plug other diseases in to it as well. It's interactive, so you can sign up, too! 

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No one knows how the war on drugs is going to play out in the end. Hopefully it won't be the immediate ending of prescriptions for pain management drugs.
This article looks like it has some good ideas to help deal with that, but the only thing I saw about pain relief was marijuana. Suboxone is not something I would go out and just try. It's a pretty serious drug. Definitely do some research before making a decision like that.
I believe that marijuana would be the best way to deal with it, but everyone is different. I hope no one has to go through this, but if you do, this article may help. 

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Interesting topic. Do you have a good relationship with your pain management doctor? I have always been open and honest with mine, and I find it works well for me. I believe that he and I have a common goal for my treatment plan. I know that I am going to be working with him for many years to come, so I think it is important that we communicate well. 

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This wonderful lady has changed my life. What do you do when you have a rare disease that no doctors understand, much less know how to treat? I found Beth on a desperate internet search for help. She called me on the phone and talked with me for quite a while. I know that I'm still pretty much screwed as far as my future goes, but I now know that I am not alone. I have learned a great deal from her. She is a fighter, that is for sure. 

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Amazing! I am so excited to see this work! I only hope that the guy continues to improve and regain function. 

Is it possible to use a fitbit as a GPS tracking device? 

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This is kind of redundant, unless it's the start of something. 

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This is average for most people who have chronic pain or a debilitating disease. It's very odd how you can feel "ok" for a day, and get some things done, then it takes 2 or 3 days to get over it. If you know anyone who is suffering from a chronic illness, please be understanding. We try very hard to function as a "normal" person, but it is hell on our bodies. Sometimes, taking a shower, shaving and getting dressed is enough to require a break. 
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