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    Yes. I know. They just go POOF.

    Yes. I know. They just go POOF.
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    Benadryl is a good choice. I agree. Also helps...

    Benadryl is a good choice. I agree. Also helps stop my nighttime leg cramps.
    Inflammation after a car accident is my main cause of LOS (lack of sleep).
    So I take omega 3 and omega red krill. Also I...
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    I really like my inversion machine. I've just...

    I really like my inversion machine.
    I've just bought an eBook on Amazon, "How to cure tight hips anywhere."
    I've done the exercises twice so far...and my right hip pain is down by 90%
    I'm standing...
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    Could you write an article about inflammatory breast cancer?
    Thank you.
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    My right arm

    Is affected.
    I am right handed, so can get really bad when I draw, paint, operate my camera.
    Now I just hire people to clean the bathroom! LOL.
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    There was a site

    Where they showed numerous tests to Dx which muscle groups are affected...and then some exercises.
    I wonder if they still have that site up?
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    Sleeping with pain is difficult

    Only relief I got was using Arnica 30 and a NOVA product called Shoulder/Arm.
    I have to do the exercises.
    Now I take melatonin at night as well. Now I can sleep 6 to 8 hours. :)
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    Hello! New poster here

    I hope to learn many tips from this site and maybe make a friend or two to talk to here.
    At the moment, engrossed in the Stanley Cup games.
    And in making flower pots!
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