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    I will also add that meloxicam was a life changer...

    I will also add that meloxicam was a life changer in terms of joint pain.
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    Me too. Riding is actually very good for my...

    Me too. Riding is actually very good for my lower back and core.
  3. Veteran of the dairy industry and have spent my...

    Veteran of the dairy industry and have spent my free time of adulthood with horses. My degree is from Cornell in Animal Science, so I'm no slouch. However, too many concussions WILL EFF up your...
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    I'm in Western NY and an experienced corgi owner....

    I'm in Western NY and an experienced corgi owner. Love the little buggers. If OP is anywhere near me, you are more than welcome to add said corgi to my pack. We adore their antics. I'm a stay at...
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    Feel better soon I hope. I have POTS, EDS, and...

    Feel better soon I hope. I have POTS, EDS, and so much else. No formal RA dx but I had a MAJOR joint pain and got almost instant relief from Mobic (aka meloxicam). Within 36 hours the pain in...
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    My TENS unit specifically says not to use on or...

    My TENS unit specifically says not to use on or near the neck or head. I can certainly understand why. Wondering how other TENS units don't share the same concern.
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    I had tethered cord release almost two years ago...

    I had tethered cord release almost two years ago in my 30's. In retrospect there were subtle symptoms my whole life, but it got to the point where I was between the rock and hard place. I decided...
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    I live on diamox. Last time my dosage was...

    I live on diamox. Last time my dosage was reduced BAD BAD things happened.
  9. Sorry to hear your hubby is dealing with this. I...

    Sorry to hear your hubby is dealing with this. I have this and know many people who also do. It is fairly common in Ehlers Danlos Syndrome patients, especially the hypermobility form I have.
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  10. Thank you. I requested to join.

    Thank you. I requested to join.
  11. I saved a senior from a high kill shelter but now she is stuck in GA still.

    In Novemeber I saw a senior corgi mix, about 10, who was in a high kill shelter in GA. I have space here in my home and so jumped thru hoops and found a fellow service dog handler to pull her from...
  12. Thread: EDS?

    by PalominoMorgan
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    I was dx by Dr Clair Francomano in Baltimore. ...

    I was dx by Dr Clair Francomano in Baltimore. EDS made so much sense in hindsight.
  13. I understand chronic pain too well for my young...

    I understand chronic pain too well for my young age. I lived with that exact pain you described for decades. It is only recently I noticed it is gone. Mine is a LONG stiry but feel free to PM me...
  14. Thread: Fed Up!

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    You poor thing. Your blood pressure must be thru...

    You poor thing. Your blood pressure must be thru the roof.
  15. It sucks. It is unpredictable and because it is...

    It sucks. It is unpredictable and because it is an invisible illness people are often called lazy or faker. I was thinking about how to explain it to someone the other day. You know hoelw annoying...
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    Yes. HEDS, chiari, and upper cervical...

    Yes. HEDS, chiari, and upper cervical instability. Had tethered cord release in Feb. Plan is to wait at least a year to see what improved. With EDS AND CHIARI you cannot use anything less than an...
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    Dr. Bolognese at The Chiari Institute on Long...

    Dr. Bolognese at The Chiari Institute on Long Island is fantastic And has a new, even more minimally invasive procedure for skull-c2 fusion and chiari decompression.

    Dr. Fraser Henderson in...
  18. Was also going to say the Mals are sharper, more...

    Was also going to say the Mals are sharper, more intense, smaller, and what most others said.

    As for the law enforcement dogs being awful at the vet.... I was at an eye specialist to get my...
  19. I always assumed the sitting on feet was a way to...

    I always assumed the sitting on feet was a way to prevent me from moving without them knowing. Most of my dogs, especially the corgis and my service dog, will sit or lay so that I can't move or...
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    I have similar issue but when I was dx it was...

    I have similar issue but when I was dx it was called Thoracic Outlet Syndrome. I had nerve conduction study done. The dr who did my test said that surgery was usually not very successful for TOS. ...
  21. Awwwww

    Awwwww
  22. Tethered cord release... anyone ride after eventually?

    I am scheduled for TC release in Feb. my horses have been with a friend for a few years now bc of my decline and disability. I have this far fetched dream though of being ale to being my heart horse...
  23. Haing taken some lessons and worked at a very...

    Haing taken some lessons and worked at a very good barn people do walk courses. Now the jumpers don't often allow it as much since there is suppose to be the element of surprise. I was going to...
  24. Another bendy. Will write more later.

    Another bendy. Will write more later.
  25. It does take "talent" to stave a Morgan. Same...

    It does take "talent" to stave a Morgan. Same challenge as a Shetland or any other breed that gets fat on air. Super sad to see any horse in a sad state, let alone a breed so hardy. Makes you think...
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