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August 9, 2018 at 1:55 pm #4455
Sumatriptan has been marvelous for me – but also finding some food triggers for my migraines have also helped reduce them and their frequency/intensity.
Luckily I don’t get too many general headaches.
May 28, 2018 at 10:32 am #4294
As might says – and as you probalby know – the sciatic nerve is being squashed by something in your spine and it is causing it to feel pain. I get sciatica from scar tissue in my hamstring which is mostly just pins and needles but shooting pains as well sometimes. I have had acupuncture for it (which helped and aslo cleared up my hayfever!) and most latterly sports massage, which is £40 a pop but has helped a lot. It may be worth speaking to a physio or massage person, they will tell you if they feel they cannot treat without a doctors say so.
February 9, 2018 at 11:56 am #4188
The biggest thing I hate about men is they want to be in control, or think they should be in control.
@babe Not all men. You’ve obviously met the tossers
But let’s be blunt – women don’t help themselves sometimes. You don’t have to accept that treatment.
And women can be just as demanding, controlling and abusive.
Be a good person, don’t be an ******* – whether you’re a man or a woman.
February 9, 2018 at 11:49 am #4183
I thought a bit about this last night. Both my grandmothers and my mother, through death or divorce were ‘on their own’ for protracted periods of time. My Nan was a widower for longer than she was married.
So I guess this is what has coloured my outlook somewhat. I grew up around (what I consider to be) very strong, independent women. My own mother is nearly 70 and continues to run two successful businesses. Everything she has, she earned and worked hard for. I am very proud of her and very grateful to have been raised by these women.
June 19, 2018 at 8:41 am #4357
Perhaps. The likes of Spain and Portugal are mature sides, England’s only hope is it grows into the game through the initial rounds otherwise they’ll getting a hiding later on.