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Does anyone find the weather change, the cause of our Pian days

Started by nurserene on 10/12/2011 7:17pm

Long Island is cool n humin. I find humid days to be my bad ones.. Anyone else w this issue????????????

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YES! I live in FL and humid weather is horrible here. Cold humid weather is the worst for me but when we have any type of extreme weather change I get much worse. When I lived up in CT my neck and back were not as bad but as I age I find this humidity has me thinking of moving to Arizona maybe!!! Fall and spring weather extremes trigger migraines on top of spinal issues but I think they are really all related. I have had 3 neck surgeries and I'm putting off having my lumbar area done for as long as possible because of my cervical disc experiences. Just keep putting those nice warm hot packs on and move as much as you can to loosen things up.

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Absolutely. I live on the east coast of Australia north of Sydney and we too have a lot of humidity. I get severe pain when there is rain around like today.

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tHANKS FOR YOUR RESPONSES.... Then this humidity sucks...Ouch, ouch, ouch!!!!!!!!! :) :) Rene

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New England weather kills me!!! I am dreading the snow this winter and the cold. Some people will tell you that it is not the weather but they are not in the pain that we are in. Summer days I can do more. The winter I will be bent over. Humidity is the same as when it snows out. If you are in alot of pain from various conditions you do understand that the weather effects it. Good LUck and try to keep your chin up!! I know it is easier said than done!! Good attitude helps you too!!!!

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I was told that it has to do with the barometric pressure. I lived in the northeast and moved to the desert a few years ago. I noticed a difference right away.

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OH YES!!!!! The weather does deffinatlely affect you'r pain!!!!! I lived in Florida when I first hurt my back. But moving back to OHIO, I can deffinately say the cold and the damp will kick the pain up alot of notches!!!! Wanna chat with others who have similair problems.

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Hi,
Western New York is the same.. Ever since my injury I feel every barometric change and ache terribly. Initial injuries were 2 ruptured cervical disc's. Compression fx to T7, herniations with annular tears to T4, T 5 and S 1. (2009) I had a posterior lunmbad fusion in 2010. The moment I woke up from
Surgery all the pain I had endored was gone. With in the last 6 months I have had severe muscle spasms, and now terrible low back pain just like before surgery. I may need to have my hardware removed, but trust my surgeon totally, just scared.

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