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    Sciaticaaarrgh!

    I'm in so much pain with my back, serious owwwwss! Heat patches, back exercises, gentle walking and difene n still in pain coffee n flapjack to cheer me up!

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    I feel your pain I was off work last August for 13 weeks was in so much pain with it tried reflexology and everything but through time it eased. Hope yours does as well

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    It's the worst ever, put ice on it that can really help

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    Eeeeee. Back pain can be horrible, just get lots of sleep, lots of water and a few painkillers if you're allowed them. xxx

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    I'm popping the difene and trying to walk a bit to ease it, hot water bottle also a genius invention! It's happened before n it'll happen again, time is only thing that works!

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    Sorry suffered with the same problem some years ago. I used an electric heat pad (from Argos) apparently the heat makes the blood stimulate and flow more easily. I also went for private physio which really helped me. Glad you are staying so cheerful.





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