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posted 01-29-1999 05:34 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Janice   Click Here to Email Janice     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
These recent posts have been very inersting to me---I have been experiencing a "spinning sensation", especially when I lay down. it can also occur when Iam descending stairs of if one of the kids gives mea big hug. You know what I'm thinking--brain tumor!
Isn't it a repulsive thought to know that our whole lives revolve around a physical act that takes most people about 5 minutes a day, and they don't have to think about it till they have to go the next day.
I guess each of us has our own demons


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posted 01-29-1999 06:33 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for heykate   Click Here to Email heykate     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Janice - One of the hardest things I've had to live with during my IBS outbreaks (or fibro or cfs) is thinking that I feel so bad, it MUST be something worse. The pain, the D, the fatigue all come second to thinking I must have cancer or lupus or some other fatal disease and will leave my children motherless in the next year. I am so glad to be able to share this with others here. It is one of the terrible secrets I live with. You are so right about our lives revolving around what should be a simple process. Isn't it nice to know you're not alone?

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