Last night I was expereincing severe unrelenting pain in both of my legs and even more so in my left foot. My husband noticed me limping and asked "Honey, what's wrong?" I proceeded to tell him the the extent of my pain and began to tear up. He looked at me and with the upmost sincerity, he said "Why don't you try some extra strength Tylenol". I smiled, thanked him, walked away and took some more Norco. I love my husband but I really wish he could understand the extent of pain that I go through! Oh, well, at least I have all of you!
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