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Bone, joint, and muscle disorders, Caregivers, Children's and teen's health issues, Chronic pain, Neurology (brain and nervous system), Other, Mental health disorders

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Sat, Jan 11 8:22pm · Spouse of a 100 percent disabled veteran. in Caregivers

They have places near the VA but that's all the way in Houston and I live on the outskirts of Houston. In-between my job and taking care of my husband and my daughter who is home-schooled with a 37 degree angle and her spine for scoliosis it's hard to find time. And not only that I feel that most of these programs are more for the warriors themselves bc they need it more. But it's us wives and spouses that's taking it all in having high anxiety because of late night I don't know what you call it. Flashbacks. Yelling in dreams. my anxiety level has gone to the point that I've been seeing doctors and therapist and psychologist. I also go to the gym to help get my energy up because I feel like his pain and isn't PTSD and is TBI are draining my energy if that make sense to you. It is all helping. But it's the Deep stuff that I need to talk about and get out and wonder if other people are going through the late night stuff like I do and daytime.

Sat, Jan 11 8:19pm · Spouse of a 100 percent disabled veteran. in Caregivers

I can't seem to get into my actual profile for some reason so I might not have gotten your post

Sat, Jan 11 8:18pm · Spouse of a 100 percent disabled veteran. in Caregivers

No thank u for replying. I've been off line for about a week cause I got into a accident. But I would love to talk whenever. I don't work much cause I have to watch and take care of him.

Wed, Jan 8 3:51am · Spinal compression fracture: What helps with the pain? in Spine Health

But I forgot to tell you. Yes you will have a little bit of discomfort but if you are in a lot of pain it is not normal so go back to your doctor. If everything's fine don't worry about it

Wed, Jan 8 3:49am · Spinal compression fracture: What helps with the pain? in Spine Health

I hope your brace works also. My daughter has a 37 degree angle in her spine at 13 years old and the brace has knocked it down to 28 degrees in 6 months. So I really have high hopes that it works. Good luck and please let us know what happens

Wed, Jan 8 3:31am · Side Effects of Prolia in Bones, Joints & Muscles

I agree I agree I agree. And I do agree with you about getting exercise. Not only does he give you energy, it helps you mentally cuz when you walk or run when you think the most

Wed, Jan 8 3:26am · Side Effects of Prolia in Bones, Joints & Muscles

I believe that any medicine that's only been out 5 or 10 years is a chance of being dangerous. Because the doctors themselves don't know the long-term effects of them. When I got pregnant with my daughter I smoke cigarettes and my doctor wanted to put me on that pill to help me stop. And I told her no because women have been having babies for a thousands and thousands of years smoking cigarettes. So depending on what medicine you're on I wouldn't do it either. And even if you look it up on Facebook half of the stuff on there is fake