I hurt way more on the right side of my body than the left. Shoulder, arm, elbow, wrist, fingers, mid-back, lower back, hip, buttock down thru thigh, ankle, foot and toes. I just think it's strange to hurt more on one side than the other. I just don't get this awful pain at all. I thought exercise is supposed to make you feel better! I'm just having another bad day. I have been on gabapentin for a month and it's not helping. I'm on 900 mg a day. I'm thinking the doc will increase this dose. I see my rheumy tomorrow and I will let him know my concerns. O'k I'm done. Sherry
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