Mandy’s Journey with Chronic Pain

In 2011, I was struck with extreme pain. After a year or more of visiting doctors and many tests, I was finally able to learn to manage my pain. I wrote a series of posts about my journey with chronic pain on my family blog in 2015.

Now I have decided to update those posts and maybe add more information. May 12th is Fibromyalgia Awareness Day, plus, there are many other pain awareness days in May, so we will kick this off and get the ball rolling.

Finally, since my health slows me down at times, I am uncertain how often I will add to this page. But I will do my best to at least add a post every Friday.

My Journey with Chronic Pain.

Table of Contents

  1. Introduction – Learning to be still
  2. Embarking on a Chronic Life
  3. Suddenly Still
  4. First Signs of Fibromyalgia
  5. Bouncing from Doctor to Doctor
  6. HOW CAN I HELP SOMEONE WITH CHRONIC PAIN? (Free Printable)
  7. My Experience at Mayo Clinic
  8. Medications and Good Tips for Fibromyalgia
  9. Is there a Cure?
  10. Pain & Trials – It’s All Relative
  11. Waiting Patiently for a Diagnosis
  12. Grieving My Former Life
  13. Celebrate His Promises
  14. How I Found Refuge Through Chronic Pain
  15. Laughter Really is the Best Medicine
  16. Learning to Push Past Pain and Produce Passion
  17. Knee Problems
  18. What’s the Difference Between Osteoarthritis and Rheumatoid Arthritis?
  19. Learning to Speak Life Through My Pain
  20. Pros and Cons of Prednisone
  21. Losing House and Home

Current or New Issues

  1. June 2021 – Acquired a Neuroma of the Foot
  2. July 2021 Bone Scan Finds Osteoporosis-OP
  3. September 2021 – More Tests for OP
  4. November 2021 – Levoscoliosis
  5. January 2022 – Shingles
  6. Pain and High Blood Pressure
journey with pain
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