I have had it for just over a month! It is so painful I am scared to go to the doctors I have been lying saying that I couldn't make an appointment, I'm scared they will say you're waiting our time and it be nothing or it could be something really bad! The pain is so bad a shooting burning pain, painkillers don't do anything I get it almost everyday and I try to hide the pain when I'm out with friends so they don't ask what's wrong or when I'm training and it happens I try to not let people see I'm in pain!! Is anyone else going through this?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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