pain

  1. nerd

    Letter: The natural analgesic conolidine targets the newly identified opioid scavenger ACKR3/CXCR7

    Szpakowska, M., Decker, A.M., Meyrath, M. et al. The natural analgesic conolidine targets the newly identified opioid scavenger ACKR3/CXCR7. Sig Transduct Target Ther 6, 209 (2021). doi: 10.1038/s41392-021-00548-w Authors: Martyna Szpakowska, Ann M. Decker, Max Meyrath, Christie B. Palmer...
  2. Tella

    Advice needed pls

    Hi I used to be severe and now am moderate. I believe recovery is possible but depends on many factors and it’s complex and wish each of u and myself only more improvement each day. I need advice please. Next week I have a 3 day meeting which I have to attend and I have to speak for half a day...
  3. frozenborderline

    "Copium for the masses--a podcast about the history, science and practicalities of growing natures best pain medication"

    I did a podcast about the history of opium, pain management , and practical side (how to grow and harvest your own opium ). I'm pretty sick so my friends had to so most of the editing but I still think it was informative.
  4. B

    Meet The Scientist – Professor Jo Nijs

    Jo Nijs is a Professor of Physiotherapy at the Vrije University of Brussels, Belgum and a manual therapist at the University Hospital Brussels. He is holder of the Chair, ‘Exercise Immunology and Chronic Fatigue in Health and Disease’ at the Vrije University of Brussels created by the research...
  5. frozenborderline

    Helpless (Essay i wrote from current place of pain and uncertainty)

    https://atomicchesterton.blogspot.com/2020/06/helpless.html?m=1
  6. Jwarrior77

    Swollen Lymph Nodes Poll

    So since getting sick over a year ago I've developed swollen Lymph nodes in my neck. Now I know this is very common in ME/CFS. However most people I encounter have painful lymph nodes that come and go. Their lymph nodes are also usually enlarged on both sides of their neck. My swollen Lymph...
  7. nyanko_the_sane

    Connecting the Dots with EDS in Managing Pain w/Dr. Pradeep Chopra

    These Posts Have Been Moved from: https://forums.phoenixrising.me/threads/jen-brea-on-whether-some-of-us-might-be-mis-diagnosed-eds-patients.75684/page-2 Connecting the Dots with EDS in Managing Pain w/Dr. Pradeep Chopra Not sure how this great webinar got past us, but I am posting it here...
  8. gbells

    Do you have these bone pains with SEIDs?

    Please answer the following question if you have SEIDs.
  9. A

    Sudden onset of leg and tooth pain - advice needed

    Hey Guys and girls Ive had cfs/Me for the past 13 years. It started with EBV and my symptoms have been pretty constant the past decade. Namely lots of fatigue - needing to lay down most the day / finding it hard to sit up for too long, head pressure, POTS, achiness.... 6 weeks ago I got sore...