The burdens of pain management, inflammation and sensitivity to anti-inflammatories. | Carole Scrafton | 27 March 2019

What I have explained in this post is the chain reaction of ‘pain’ and ‘inflammation’ that I fight to prevent on a daily basis and when it gets as bad as this the ‘sciatic’ pain is so intense that it really does make me cry.
Read More The burdens of pain management, inflammation and sensitivity to anti-inflammatories. | Carole Scrafton | 27 March 2019

8 Tips for Patients Newly Diagnosed with Ehlers-Danlos | Shared via painnewsnetwork.org (2015) | Ellen Lennox Smith

EDS has gone under re-classification since this was written, not that it affects the post content but the reclassification information may be useful for the newly diagnosed. See link below.… Read More 8 Tips for Patients Newly Diagnosed with Ehlers-Danlos | Shared via painnewsnetwork.org (2015) | Ellen Lennox Smith

Joint Hypermobility and Fibromyalgia | Is there a connection? | Carole Scrafton

For a number of years I have explained many times that I believe my Fibromyalgia is a result of my Joint Hypermobility and in this post I talk about it. My #chronicblog post will also take you to an article by Carol Eustace, an Arthritis and Joint Conditions Expert, who writes for verywell.com and she… Read More Joint Hypermobility and Fibromyalgia | Is there a connection? | Carole Scrafton

EDS Type – Hypermobility | The Ehlers Danlos Society

What is EDS Hypermobility Type? Find out via this link:  Ehler’s Danlos – Hypermobility Via Ehler’s Danlos Society        

Ehler’s Danlos Syndrome – places for information

Okay, we often get asked ‘What is EDS’ (Ehler’s Danlos Syndrome)? How do you know what to look for so you know whether or not to ask your GP for a referral, and/or, assessment. This post is designed to offer, you, its readers, links to where you can find information about EDS in the hope… Read More Ehler’s Danlos Syndrome – places for information