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    How to Ease Your Stomach Woes and Get Ulcer Pain Relief

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    People with ulcers know the struggle of living with chronic stomach pain. It's an uphill battle that can leave you feeling sick if you don’t eat and sick if you do. There’s also the...
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    Fighting Pain: Military Members with Chronic Pain

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    Members of the United States military serve our country to protect us and our freedom. Once they return home as veterans, we celebrate them and thank them for our service. But it's crucial that...
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    How My Chronic Illness Blog Helped My Chronic Pain

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    My journey with chronic illness has spanned over half my life. As a young teen, I received diagnoses for multiple mental health issues, including Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD), major depression and anxiety. To this...
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    I have dealt with pain for most of my life—migraines and knee pain in high school, back and shoulder pain that has worsened as I’ve gotten older, and on and on. I now deal...

    A Patient’s Review Of “Taming Chronic Pain” By Amy Orr

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    Having lived with varying levels of chronic pain for over six years now, I often joke that I could write a book. The frustrations that come with an invisible illness don’t come with...
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    Why We Shouldn’t Call Trigeminal Neuralgia “The Suicide Disease”

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    I felt a strange sense of relief when I was finally diagnosed with Trigeminal Neuralgia (TN). After so many years of living with facial pain, my doctor gave me a solution and reassured me...
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    What It’s Really Like Living With A Stoma

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    5 Things Not to Say to Someone with Chronic Pain

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    Chronic Illness Patients Face Challenges With Accessibility

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    The CDC recently reported 90% of the $3.3 trillion spent on health care in the U.S. annually goes to the treatment of chronic and mental health conditions. For all this money, however, there’s not...
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    Tips to Thrive When You Have an Undiagnosed Chronic Illness

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    My Fight With Atypical Trigeminal Neuralgia

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    How Do I Manage Crohn’s Disease?

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    Here’s How to Fight Invisible Pain

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    Millions of Americans talk to their doctors every day about pain. Fortunately, many of these patients will find a solution to their problems. However, it’s not always possible to pinpoint the cause of chronic...
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    Cultivating Gratitude While Facing Chronic Pain

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    Are you grateful for your life?  Are you grateful for the things you've been given? Does that include your chronic pain, chronic fatigue and fibromyalgia? What about your other invisible illnesses? I am. This...
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    What It’s Really Like Living With an Invisible Illness

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