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Smoking and Chronic Pain - March 2011

Smoking and Chronic Pain - March 2011
Smoking is a habit I want to quit so badly. But it is one of my coping mechanisms in dealing with chronic pain. Yet reading this article it puts the merry go round in perspective to smoking and chronic pain. I'm determined to quit. If you feel led to pray for me in regards to this please do so. If you have a few minutes take the time to read this article all the way through to the end. It definitely explains why I'm struggling with this and dealing with chronic pain. I hope this article will help someone else. Smoking is something I want to give up in regards to my walk with the Lord above all things. It's the most difficult thing I've ever dealt with. Even harder than when I was losing over 100 lbs!!!  Dealing with fibromyalgia, degenerative disc disease, spondylolisthesis, scoliosis, ruptured discs in my neck and lower back, osteoarthritis, and the list goes on.....makes one search for answers.


Agustin said…
Fibromyalgia may cause chronic pain.
My brother has Fibromyalgia that causes him great pain for this reason your doctor prescribed medicines - Hydrocodone or Lortab.
Indicates Findrxonline these medications have side effects.
Jenny said…
Fibromyalgia "may" cause chronic pain?? In my case it definitely causes severe pain. I'm so sorry to hear your brother has Fibro. Yes, meds do have side effects but in my case the side effects don't outway the benefits they have given me in the form of some relief to my chronic pain. Almost everything has side effects. We just have to pray the good Lord above shows us if it is more beneficial to use them. In my case they have enabled me to have a big portion of my life back. I hope in your brother's case the benefits outway the side effects.

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