no wonder i have been getting worse and worse and feel horrid and have the runs etc etc etc. its all from the shingles and the pain well its just begun. ya';; talk care pf each other i might not be around to much
BB - I'm so sorry. I hope if there is such a thing as a mild case of shingles, it's what you have. I hope you remember the amount of love coming your way from here when you are going through the pain. We love you & wish we could do more to help.
thanks all now the meds to help with the lessions are giving me a majore headache. my doc allowed me to have 3 pain pills a day for a aweek untill she gets my urine test back in a week. and ihave to do weekly urine tests. goodie! i told her i had a glass of wine at thanksgiving. its weird she said my last pain pill test didn't show i had any pain pills in my system! Weird! ok i'm noddin off so i'm gonna go now and it hurts to type.
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