has anyone here taken the pain tolerance test an if so how is it done an who can give the test ?
I never heard of such a thing. Will be interested to see what replies you get. How are you, Suzzy?
i seen a person on facebook talking about it an their pain doctor said that they had a very high tolerance for pain just wondring if any one esle have heard of it
still tired but other than that doing ok . How you been doing v ? you doing good on the shots ? I noticed yesterday that i had a big softball bruise on my right hip,that is from setting on the tractor bush hogging.i dont get on very bad slopes no more because it hurts my hip.an i burned my right hand last week with very hot grease,which really didnt hurt, its finally healling slow now . i didnt realize how hard i was pushing on the spachula an it broke an turned the pan on my hand that was during the time that my head felt like the brain fog was going on
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I had my second shot of Humira this past Tuesday. It is helping...a lot. My fatigue is much less. I'd say it has decreased my fatigue by 50% and it helps with the pain, too. I still have swelling and pain in my wrists and ankles and my feet hurt. That being said, I am much better after the shot. It only lasts for about five days or so though, and then the pain and fatigue come sneaking back. By the time I am due for my next shot, I am really hurting. Hopefully, after a few more shots, the relief may last longer...???
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V, if you continue to have that issue, humira can be taken weekly, I did that until I had a reaction and had to stop. Ask your doc! :)
What do they do...divide the dose so that you can take it once a week? Or are you actually taking twice the normal dose?
How are you doing, Brad? Have you gone to Washington yet? I'm so excited for you!
Its a full dose, every week. I am really run down from my trip to DC, I will post about it soon. Hope you are doing well.
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