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Thanks Beryl, The PMR is worse in my legs, especially the left one. Just before I was diagnosed I got shingles, which I knew nothing of, on my left buttock. I find that is the leg that is most affected by the PMR. Frustrating, because when I was a runner my left was my strong lead leg. Oh well, must be grateful for what I can do. Sitting for a long time may seem pleasant to me, but I know it is not beneficial. Right now I am doing internet research for a paper I will give to small group in March, so every 20 minutes at most I make myself get up and walk around.

Cheere, Maggie

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It seems PMR strikes the very fit , nobody understands this and my Rheumatolgist said to me …."You work it out and tell me " does seem strange though doesn't it? Any ideas anyone ……Beryl

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