Every day, month, and year with fibromyalgia, psoriatic arthritis, psoriasis, and fallout from a botched hysterectomy is different.
Pain levels and symptoms are always changing. To stay on top requires trying new things and making more modifications. In December of 2020, my chronic pain levels spiked and I realized that I strayed from the pain management plan that had worked so well in the past.
Follow my pain management reboot with monthly recaps! Who knows, what helps me, might also help you.
The Disabled Diva’s
Chronic Pain Management Plan
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About The Disabled Diva
Hi, I’m Cynthia. I worked hard to find a chronic pain management plan that effectively relieved pain from fibromyalgia and psoriatic arthritis. For several years I enjoyed living with less pain. Then in December of 2020, the horrific pains I once knew returned. This led to a reboot of the pain plan I loved. Will it work again? Or will I need to make even more changes? Find out in my monthly reboot recaps!