I saw a Dr last week who was a jerk and I did not like for many reasons. (Fortunately I have other good Dr's and never have to see him again). However, one of the things he said to me is that I have a "heightened" response to pain. What does this mean? I do my best to manage my pain, and to take as little meds as I possibley can- and I do the best that I can, despite my constant chronic pain. He also gave me a huge lecture about how if I just move more, stretch harder, try to strengthen myself that it will all go away (even though I've had MPS for 8.5 years, and am a Physio myself so know how I should move stretch and strengthen. He did not listen when I told him that a little movement, strengthening, and stretching does help- but if I overdue it even a little, the results can be extreme pain). Thoughts?
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