Is anyone else having a lot of achrs and pains since their spouse passed. I don't know if I'm carrrying all my stress in my joints or I have some terrible disease! I am without health insurance right now as my job doesn"t offer it. I am 55 years old and I know I'm old enough to have arthritis but all over in every joint? Thyis didn't start until after Jerry passed away. Just wondering if anyone else has this problem.
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