• Maree Maree
    April 01, 2009
    tingling down my arms and legs and chronic back pain. Is this related to chronic fatigue syndrom?
    Maree Maree
    April 01, 2009

    I suffered from failing an end of degree practicum and was traumatized by this. Then the back pain started then continued down my arms and legs.  I have to go back into a class room again and I had been dreading it.  The injustice and betrayal was eating me up with bitterness.  Today some christians prayed for me and I received healing then the bitterness was cast off in Jesus name.  I believe I will get better and some symptoms have regressed but I was wondering if this pain was caused by Neuropathy back pain tied up with chronic fatique?

    What do you think?

    Maree.

     

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  • Cort
    Health Guide
    April 03, 2009
    Cort
    Health Guide
    April 03, 2009

    Any kind of stress exacerbates my symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome. I wouldn't be surprised therefore if your pain symptoms got exacerbated during this difficult period. For me relaxation exercises, meditation, etc.  - perhaps restful prayer for you - seem to be very helpful in calming both my body and my symptoms down. Of course if the symptoms continue be sure to check with your doctor. Good luck! 


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