Friday, August 19, 2011

I'm still selling my back.

Any takers? I can sit, stand sort of, lie down, but boy does it hurt whenever I try to switch positions. Better than yesterday, but not much better. I have a long way to go, here. Growl.

Kitten With a Whiplash - Blech is all I have to say. Good thing I am supplied with books, Kindle, and lovely knitting. Piffle upon bad backs!

CarolynJean - Yep, I have done chiropractic, PT, you name it. It just comes on when I eat too much dairy. I am lactose intolerant, and usually behave myself and take Lactaid before eating dairy. But this week I was a wise-guy, and didn't and now my back is seriously unhappy. Weird, I know, but there is a correlation, Only I'm the only one who knows it. The doctors think I'm nuts, but I know when I overdo dairy, that I'm going to have back pain. It's as if gas pain moves around to the back. Ah well, it will go away and then I have to get back to doing core-strengthening exercises.

Scrabblequeen - What a pair we are!

merrilymarylee - Might be related it IBS. Who knows? I would just like it to go away already. It's getting mighty boring.


CarolynJean said...

Ouch :(. Have you tried a chiropractor? Or some physical therapy? Taking care of your back is probably one of the most important things you can do, and we so often abuse it without even realizing it. Hope you feel better soon :).

Carolyn (KnittingAmazon)

Kitten With a Whiplash said...

Having spent January and 1/2 of April on the sofa, I can empathize with what you're going thru, but I'm sorry, I won't be buying you back. I will be holding a good thought that it repairs itself quickly.

Scrabblequeen said...

Well....booo! I'm still tring to recover my almost-two-week ago back, sorry, can't take your back on right now. We'll talk later. :-)

Kitten With a Whiplash said...

Give your doctor a good, swift kick (I'll be glad to do it for you) and tell them to google ibs and back pain! How can they not know about this?

Anonymous said...

Have never heard of that! I'm sure it will make the medical journals one day. Perhaps they'll name it after you.

Henya said...

What about a barter? I am willing to trade it for my bad knee, that is stubbornly refuses to support me and keeps trying to fold under me. And my bad shoulder, that keep aking. And as an using on the cake legs, that retain more water than a kiddie pool.
On a serious note - I wish you a speedy recovery, we are to busy to be in pain.


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