for the past 7 days I've had various pains. my legs hurt often, also cramp at night, and my kidney's ache. on the back, right under my ribs (I'm short waisted). should I be concerned? and the fatigue that's hit me is quite debilitating. the depression and crabbyness isn't helping, either, but if I could control the pain I'd have a lot less of that. I used to be very active, up to quite recently. now I'm having to give up all sorts of stuff. with the exhaustion, I can't conceive of gardening next spring. impossible. as it is, while I used to work in my garden, now I mostly just go and sit. it hit so hard and fast I'm blown away. a week ago I was ok, though struggling to adjust to new blood pressure pills. I'm doing great on that, now. running around 115/86-changing diet's helping, too. Maybe my high blood pressure gave me the strength and endurance I used to have, but feeling like this is making me rather not live. I have low grade overall ache almost all the time and just plod along. only sleep gives me any peace, now. it's given my faith a blow, too. I'm not suicidal, I have a husband and 4 cats who need me...and I need them. but life like this isn't much worth living. I have got to find relief from the pain, the sooner the better.
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