Put my back out

I’m in a lot of pain. I’ve put my back out. It’s really really painful. Every time I move the pain is excruciating. I can bend over and dressing myself this morning was really difficult. I read an appointment to go to my GP in the morning. I hope you can give me something to relax my muscles. I think it’s a muscle thing but I’m not sure. I’ve been using heating pads and taking over-the-counter pain relief. Nothing is working. It just feels so bad and awful and I feel like crying. I have cancelled somewhat of my activities for the week. I need to rest. I will go to therapy today though. I wouldn’t miss that for the world. I logs will see Doctor Barry on Wednesday. Wouldn’t miss that appointment either. Their apartment appointments and I need to go to them. If some of this is coming out wrong its because I’m using my phone to dictate. I hope everyone is having a good day.


Author: manyofus1980

I am a woman in my mid 30's. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

15 thoughts on “Put my back out”

  1. So sorry to hear about your back. Our backs along with our feet are things we hardly pay any attention to until something happens to them and they come to our notice. I also hope your GP can give you something to help with the pain. It does sound like you need to rest it, especially if it’s a muscle thing. I hope you were able to sleep okay last night.

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    1. Yes. I slept really good actually. I hope my GP can give me something for the pain because it is really bad at the moment. I am feeling really overwhelmed with the pain. It sucks to be sick like this.


  2. I have had several back surgeries and live in chronic back pain, so I can completely relate and empathize. Please be gentle with yourself, use the heat pad and just rest!! No more treadmill until you recover completely, it is too easy to re injure those muscles. So sorry for your pain.

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  3. The scary thing is that we rarely know exactly what we do to hurt our backs so that it’s easy to do it again. I’m sure the back pain helped even more to drain your energy in therapy but I’m glad you had a productive session. Get plenty of rest on the heating pad. xxx

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