– [Announcer] Previously on Can We Cure. – I mean, I am going away for two weeks, essentially just Lara and I, on what’s supposed to be a life-changing trip. Ninety-one dollars. Just to be comfortable. (upbeat music) – [Woman] Alright so, we are here at the is it just the Carmen Laser? – Carmen Care Laser. (drum music) So we treat pain. The laser companies are
just putting out there, yeah just treat your
patients six or eight times and if it doesn’t work
after that, it doesn’t work. Well that’s not true
when it’s chronic illness and chronic pain. – I’ve been to I mean every kind of therapy you can imagine for this. – I’ve had so many
patients that come to me that have been to several physicians. They’re great physicians
but they’re limited. It’s like surgery or medication. – I’ve been told since
I was like 19 years old to just get a hysterectomy
and I think that’s insane. – Unfortunately we think
surgery is an answer. That’s not always. – A cure, yeah that is not the route that I ever choose to take. – With this, we can
think out of the box and if you think out of the box and
then there are other options for you, there are natural options. I’m really excited to
show you the T3 protocol that we’ve developed. The T3 stands for treating the trauma, the toxins and the thoughts. So we the trauma that’s
happened to the body, toxins that can be involved and
not being able to get better and the thoughts as well. Let’s set some goals
that would be realistic that we could say, you know
what, I can do this versus this when I came. – Right, right. – Let’s say drinking and eating. – Yeah. – [Leslie] So every time you
eat and every time you drink, you have pain. – Yeah, my goal kind of just be, to be able to go out to
dinner with my boyfriend or go out with friends and not
have to go home immediately afterwards because of
how uncomfortable I am. I used to be really
hesitant to date because I would go out, you know
how there’s all these memes about girl’s who eat salads
instead of eating steak and it’s like, I always
get so mad cause I’m like well some people have
fucking dietary restrictions, like sorry I don’t want
to have extreme diarrhea on my date because I’m eating
steak just to impress you. – My therapist told me
that I should try and write a letter to the
doctor who did this to me. I haven’t spoken to him since the surgery. We tried to sue and we couldn’t because of the statue of limitations. So my therapist suggested,
write a letter that I could burn so I’m going to do that as part of this. – Yeah and what we’ll do in the psyche is we’re just gonna forgive him. I know how hard that is. – I’m gonna cry a lot. – So will I but you know what,
it’s just the only way to go. – Yeah. – Right, it’s the only way to go. People are skeptical because
it’s just not out there and that’s why I’m so
excited about this because this will change the world. This can change the understanding
that laser can help you with pain and let’s hope we can do that. So this is the detox
area, which I love doing. – [Kelsey] We love the word detox, that’s like our favorite word. – [Leslie] I have these
vials back here and they have a specific
frequency of the toxin. – [Lara] Okay. – This is a signal enhancer. So I’m just gonna put this
on your stomach because these actually transfers
the signal as well. So I’m gonna ask you to hold your arm up so you don’t want to push
back or push forward, you just want to really have a steady hold and I’m always gonna say hold for me and I’m gonna push down and
you just hold your arm in the position. When you feel something that’s weak, you’re gonna feel like in the muscles like you’re not going to be able to hold it up then just let it go down cause that’s the way we’re gonna
communicate that your body has a toxin or it doesn’t. What we found is when we
do this muscle testing, we can find substances
that have a toxic overload in your body. So just put your arm up for me please. – I can hold my arm up
for every freakin’ thing. For every sulfate, for every chemical and then the second she put that
trigeminal one near my hand my arm collapsed. – Hold for me. So you can barely hold right? – [Kelsey] Do you know what that is? – [Lara] No. – [Kelsey] It’s the dioxin. – We can find dioxin in
today’s food, in the milk, in meats and it’s really a herbicide that is sprayed everywhere
and it’s just coming and showing up in all different
areas of our life. – There are some studies that link dioxins to endometriosis. – Everybody that I treated with a dioxin, they all had fantastic results. – [Kelsey] It’s like not banana science, it’s just like simple. – Simple, easy.
– [Kelsey] Testing. – It’s so awesome. – [Kelsey] Like when you were
talking about doing testing we were like is she gonna take blood. So all this shit you’re
holding in your hand is the bad stuff. – [Lara] Yep.
– [Leslie] Yes. – Like look at the difference
between mine and yours and it makes so much sense to me. – [Lara] Yeah, whatever. It’s not a competition. – I think you would win.
– [Lara] But if it was. – You got everything. – So what we’re doing here
is we’re taking a pulse laser and we’re putting that toxin that we found through the laser. When you understand how it
works, you’re going to understand that it doesn’t matter what you have. That vibration matches
the vibration that’s on your cells or in your
cells and it released. That’s all we are, are cells
and the laser goes directly into the mitochondria of these cells and stimulates their
regeneration, their growth. That’s what laser’s all about it’s just you doing the healing and we’re giving you energy to do that. – [Kelsey] So like we have
seen so many people that have tried to heal us and
in a weird way being here is like we’re healing ourselves? – Yes. – I want to believe so bad
that in a month, two months from now, I will be better. – Sometimes I’m like really positive and sometimes I just get
into my head and I’m like is this a waste of time,
am I just buying into this the way people buy into
like pyramid schemes on Facebook and start
selling you leggings, like I don’t know. – [Leslie] Day two. – Morning. So this is the newest machine
that we have the velashape and what I really love about this, this you put on like a nice suit. – What the fuck are we doing? – This has very specific,
patented technology where it sucks up your skin
and gives laser and light and it stimulates your lymphatic drainage. – [Kelsey] This body suit
is very 2017 fashion. – Yeah, I would wear it. – If you were to like
put that on my nipple, I would like have an orgasm. (laughs) – It’s interesting being with Kelsey cause you never know when she’s
in pain but with me, you know when I’m in pain. – So this is the other room
that do treatments too. (laughs) – We’re gonna have a treatment that stimulates your immune system. So we do the carotid
arteries, the adrenal glands, the heart, so we’re just
gonna give your body energy to start healing. – My body always tenses a little bit when anybody gets near that area. – Of course, that’s understandable. – It’s very hard for
me to feel any sort of like touching around that
area because it will just my body only remembers pain. – So on a scale of 0 and 10 being extreme, what would you have that as of today? – If I actually tried to have
sex, it would be like a 10. People just like, they
say they’re understanding about like oh you have pelvic
pain I won’t do too much. But like even touching me with like a Q-tip is doing too much. I’m spending like four hours a day minimum at this treatment center
getting treatment and like I’m still having pain. – This is the easiest treatment I’ve had. – [Lara] Like one eye is
higher. It’s so funny. – Make me beautiful. This is the area I’m
most interested in seeing what’s gonna happen with it. Am I sexy? – [Lara] Very.
– [Leslie] Yes. – Thanks guys. I want to feel what it’s
like to have my face back. – So this is a laser with a
massage ball, a glass ball, so as soon as I mess this
the laser goes off and now you’re getting the double. You’re getting the massage and
laser and it feels amazing. – This is incredible. It’s just like a waterbed but IRL. See now only does this treatment not hurt, it feels good. – The massage was amazing
but now I feel like shit so who knows. – That’s what’s tricky
about this process is we’re just laying there
and then you go home and you’re like, why do
I feel like I got hit by a fucking truck? – Yes, you’re just having a light on you. – [Kelsey] But it’s doing so much. – I am swollen. – [Kelsey] Can you turn to the side? – As fuck. – [Kelsey] It’s also,
you’re detoxing still. – I’m detoxing dioxin today
so I think by body is just – [Kelsey] So totally
like flaring up like crazy cause all the shit. Meanwhile, Pepper just me and her, this is the true love story. Day four. We never wear our pants
anymore when we come. (laughs) That’s how close we have become. – I don’t even wanna get too excited but I’m not having any bad burning in my chin, which is where it always
localized all the time. Ahhh. (laughs) I can’t even tell you how good this feels. – I’m feeling a little
bit better today but to be honest, I’m still not 100 percent I’m still just very sad and
I’m just kind of burnt out. – So what we’re gonna
do in this segment is addressing your belief system, addressing the emotional part. If you’re a person that
has had such chronic pain, you’ve seen so many doctors and I’m not putting doctors down at all. But you’ve seen so many physicians. You’re researching, you’re
seeing I can’t help, there’s no help, I have too
much pain, nobody can help me. So your belief system becomes weakened and every time you see somebody,
every time there’s a result where I thought this was
gonna help and it didn’t help now what’s the belief system? (Sighs) This didn’t help either. When you say you have a hard
time forgiving the doctor or that you don’t even like going there. Would that be okay if we go there? – Yeah, I mean I’m sure all that comes up is anger and sadness. – So can you just imagine
the freedom you’d have if you forgive him? Right? – Yeah, I just don’t know
what dumping all of this back onto him would make me feel. – [Leslie] Right. – Like I don’t know if I’d feel better but I also am like, he deserves to know. Like that’s why I shut down cause I go. – [Leslie] Is there a
time where you remember being pain free? – I don’t know if I really truly remember, it just feels like so bad now. I remember being happier
and that makes me sad. – It’s hard to explain but one
of my biggest fears is like letting the pain win. I kind of feel like I’m
always teetering on the edge of just complete darkness. So I guess my fear is just
falling into that darkness or letting the cloud overtake me forever. On my bad mental health days,
I see myself as like a monster who’s just this like really
difficult person to deal with, who’s always sad and always
in pain and always depressed and I’m just like this elephant
that goes into the rooms and just like knocks everything
over and just reminds people of like sadness. I don’t know. I just convince myself that, I don’t know. People just don’t want to
hear about it sometimes. – So the best would be
for us to find a statement that would let you deal with it. – Yeah. – You know, that would. – Like even just like, I forgive you? – Right, that would be the easiest. – Yeah. – It’s just I forgive you
even add whole heartedly because it really wants to
come from a place of love. – And like even you saying that, I want to vomit just
thinking about saying that because I almost don’t believe it. – You’re afraid of the darkness. – [Lara] Mhmm. – So we say, I am light. – I am light. – Do you think it’s
all just like bullshit? – I do and I don’t. I don’t think it’s all
bullshit but I also do if that makes sense. – What’s her mantra, I
forgive whole heartedly. – I don’t even remember mine. (laughs) – Fuck. – Something came in the mail
for Lara and Pepper Parker and I have no idea what
it is and the only person I think that would send it
would be my boyfriend, Patrick. – [Kelsey] Um, let’s talk about Patrick. – Dating someone who has a
chronic illness is not easy but he’s just a great
guy like I don’t know how I got so lucky. Sometimes I don’t feel like I deserve it. Aww, you know what they are don’t ya? He is like my, what is it
like your safety blanket or whatever, like he is that to me. My favorite chocolate. I just wish he was here like I wish I could just have a distraction. I wish I could just hug him. – Look dating is already
fuckin’ hard enough. (laughs) There’s so many conversations
that need to be had about like intimate shit, the
same way endometriosis does. Just like kissing or like blow jobs and it’s embarrassing and it sucks and I don’t want people
to feel sad for me, I don’t want people to feel sorry for me and I feel like as soon as I introduce TN into the relationship,
it becomes like this aww. – It’s important for us to
show people in our lives that we love, what we actually go through. Otherwise, they’re just
never gonna get it and we’re gonna get frustrated
at them for not getting it but we’re refusing to show them, so. – I’ve just been waking
up every morning and like my face is really red and
everything feels locked. – She’s been lasering
like all around my vagina, my lower back, my pelvic
floor muscles and stuff and that makes sense to me but in order to have the inside
of my vagina healed and be able to possibly do all the things that I can’t do right now like
insert large tampons or have penetration, like
it makes sense to me but it needs to go inside to do the work. I’m not going to try this baby. Yes, this will be going inside my vagina, if I can get it there. I have my handy dandy coconut oil here to help get this mother fucker in and we’re just gonna see how it goes and I’m obviously not going to film it because this isn’t a porno. (beep) – [Lara] Guess who the fuck
just inserted the probe for 20 minutes. – You bitch. 20 minutes? – [Lara] 20 fuckin’ minutes
and it didn’t even hurt. – It didn’t even hurt? – I like regressed so
much since I got Botox. I hadn’t been going to physical therapy, I get lasering 15 treatments and it’s been ten minutes still in. Two weeks ago I tried
to insert my dilatator and I couldn’t so
something’s fuckin’ changed. I don’t wanna say it,
cause I’m scared to jinx it but I think the lasers work. I mean the proof is in
my vagina right now. – I’m so excited for you. Dude, that’s crazy. – [Lara] I know, but you’re next. – Next. (laughs) – Just imagine if I could
insert super tampons without excruciating pain, if I could orgasm without
excruciating pain, if I could have sex. I’ve never done that. I’ve never done that. I’ve never done that and I
might fuckin’ be able to now. That’s fuckin’ crazy. – [Narrator] Next time on Can We Cure. – How the times have changed. – I just started my period and it will be really interesting
to see how this goes. – We leave tomorrow and
I still haven’t written this fucking letter to the doctor. I don’t wanna. – I’m hoping that this is the new normal. (jazz music)

100 thoughts on “Living With Chronic Pain In A Relationship”

  1. I have chronic migraines and my parents think I’m lying because they can’t see it. I don’t go a day without migraine pains, sometimes they’re small, not usually, lately it’s been worse. They make my whole body shut down.

  2. I wish stuff like this was accessible to more people. I don't think that I would be able to get this kind of treatment because it probably costs a ton of money and I am guessing insurance doesn't pay for it, even though I have good insurance. It probably has a waiting list too and I am guessing that it is only in FL. If the other things were not a factor I would travel to get this done for sure. I'd love to actually be able to do things normal people do.

  3. I feel for both of these Women. More so the woman w/ the facial nerve pain, & burning facial/neck pain.
    I have had 2 Major brain stem surgeries on a Cavernous Angioma (on my Brain Stem). Which has resulted in a lot of nerve damage and PAIN.
    I have tried tons of different things to help my w/ my constant pain. It is constant. Some days better than others. This is real life for some people.
    There were times where I thought I was going to give in to the depression/pain and just end it … but I realized even if I help only one person, I have helped myself some. ❤
    I hope Both of these Women find the relief they're looking for. God Bless.

  4. This has been great to watch, sad I didn't find this sooner. I have widespread chronic body pain and fatigue which is mainly focused to my entire back. I get so sore and stiff from being active, I even wake up feeling excruciating pain in my back. Being lazy doesn't help either, it's draining mentally and physically to deal with pain all the time. It's hard to function and act normal around people because they don't understand that pain and why you have it. It's an inconvenience to not only yourself but everything around you. My family always asks how I'm feeling and I say "tired" but I don't even mean like sleep-wise usually, just my body is exhausted. It's definitely hard to explain. I'm only 24 and I feel so crippled up at times, I've been seeing a chiropractor for over a month now, but still experiencing pain. Something's gotta give.

  5. This whole video hit way too close to home for me….I've seen it multiple times but I cry every time because of how close the subject is.

  6. I have endometriosis since I was 16 (now going on 20 in my first year of college) during the senior year of highschool there was a 47 day period where I couldnt walk, couldnt eat, couldnt sleep it was just constant excruciating pain. The pain has continued and hurt so bad that I would collapse and be stuck for an hour during intense waves between smaller yet still sever pain in my daily routine. It's so hard to not feel worthless, I can barely walk, I cant go up or down stairs, I had to stop practicing karate, and the most hurtful I cant go do long day adventures where even a slightly deeper dip in the road will send me screaming. It's hard not being understood or having to explain or even being vulnerable enough to ask for help. It's hard to have hope when pain is completely engulfed in your every day life. I truly hope this works and we can all have our quality of life back

  7. Thank you for bringing light to this subject! I have muscular dystrophy and endometriosis, I’m only 34… definitely not fun. Chronic really does mean every single day.

  8. I don't believe this but the first bit she says is true. You go to a doctor a few times and then when it doesn't work they give up on you.

  9. Yoga, eating well and Meditation has been a helpful along with medicinal herbs and natural therapies. My wife uses CBD and Kratom to help with her chronic pain. We get our kratom at soulfulherbals.com and our CBD at charlotesweb CBD.

  10. Wow. Just wow. Ladies, thank you for being so frank and honest. I can't imagine the courage it takes. I too live with chronic pain…and the people in my life can never understand. Almost as though you're milking it or being dramatic. I hope this opens some eyes!

  11. I appreciate this episode so much. As an 18 yo with major back pain and I will probably have this pain for my entire life and I appreciate this being brought to light. I started crying because I feel validated. All of the doctors and treatments that don’t work. The good days and the horrible days. This gives me hope. Thank you so much for creating this.

  12. sounds kind of like homeopathic bull to me, but if they experience a placebo effect i’m not mad. placebos won’t get rid of your pain completely, but if it brings down your pain go for it. placebos can be powerful. that being said, i’ve heard of so many people being taken advantage of by homeopathic “doctors” and the rates these people charge are disgusting.

  13. I have chronic chest pain that for over 15 years no doctors have found its cause or a way to treat it. I am currently on meds that keep me at home and basically knock me out for hours. I get the desparation. Losing the best years of your life is not fun at all. I really hope this works for them.

  14. no shade but this was not about chronic pain in relationships it was about (woo-woo?) laser treatment for chronic pain. hope these ladies find relief

  15. Maybe you/anyone with symptoms should look into heavy metals being an underlying issue, as autism and a lot of other chronic health issues is often caused by mercury toxicity. And therefor you can only manage symptoms until you get rid of the mercury. I would really recommend anyone struggling look into the Andrew Cutler Protocol. This is the ONLY safe protocol to this date, eating things like chlorella and cilantro has made people very very sick. Please read the child recovering stories by googling «cutler success stories child» and «cutler success stories adult» . But the best place to learn and get support is trough the Facebook group «Andy Cutler Chelation: Safe Mercury and Heavy Metal Detox». But whatever you do, never take/eat cilantro, chlorella, MSM, glutathione, and ALA/DMPS/DMSA that is not according to the Andrew Cutler Protocol, you can read some peoples horror stories by googling «Andy Cutler what not to do». Wish you all the best!

  16. Lara what you said about letting the pain win and feeling like a monster and people don't wanna hear about it…. I felt that so hard, I feel exactly the same way,… I'm so sick and tired of saying "I don't feel well" and wanting to cry ( I have severe migraines and abdominal pain and nausea)

  17. Do you smell that?

    It’s 🐮💩. Maybe this works, I just don’t understand, the toxin thing got me confused. I loved hearing their stories, and I’m pissed that Kelsey couldn’t sue the doctor that hurt her. The doctor that did the laser, is kind of a crack head

  18. I don’t think any of you have chronic pain/ disease/ illness that causes pain and know of frequencies, detoxing or lymphatic drainage it’s actually all so important and essential. I’ve done all these treatments for my Lyme disease and they have helped so much please either do research or have personal experience before you comment that these are “scamming” when in fact these are incredible treatments.

  19. My GYNO is great. When he diagnosed me, I was so upset because I live alone and go through pain and nausea daily. He gave me his phone number and he's on call 24/7 if I have any questions. But he's also a family friend so that's a bonus for me.

  20. What Lara said about never wanting to let the pain win, and feeling like a monster because of all of the havoc the illness is wreaking on her mental health made me feel so much less alone. I am a student with endo, sixteen- years-old, and I can look at old pictures of myself about two years ago, before chronic pain, and see almost a completely different girl. It is so difficult, even for positive, spunky, joyous people like myself, to be your own sunshine when your body feels like it is constantly self-destructing. I love this and I am so thankful for this series, as well as these comments that are really opening my eyes to just how not alone I really am. It can be difficult to find hope in these matters, but this sisterhood brings some to me. ❤️

  21. newly diagnosed chronic pain patient here, literally crying (overwhelmed, not pain for once!) watching this video. Thank you for uploading <3

  22. My holistic psychiatrist does muscle testing with me and it’s really helped determine which supplements I need and which ones aren’t too good for me or that I don’t need anymore. it’s really helped a ton and I 100% believe in it.

  23. I just turned 16 and having my second lap for endometriosis in two weeks and knowing that there are people like Lara out there who are going through exactly what I’m going through and is so open helps so much. The worst part is people not understanding but Lara truly gets it

  24. I have EDS very mild though but, I’m dislocating my thumb, when I type or using a water fountain, balling my hand in a fist sitting down, it dosen’t hurt anymore, it’s
    Sorta annoying but for anyone with newly diagnosed mild EDS just remember, it’ll get easier

  25. Ladies I know medical science has let you down and I believe the psychotherapy part is very key, however the rest of it is snake oil. Your search is your search but videos depicting “possible cures” is very disheartening (I know you know this) for those of us that are searching for real cures.

  26. I'm sorry, her explanations about the toxins and how she "found" them in their bodies is just….quackery. I hope the lasers work but yeah, her explanations were bs.

  27. Check out my Experience with Chronic Pain after inadvertently overdosing on Oxycontin. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6hw37vMeGTc

  28. Check out my Experience with Chronic Pain after inadvertently overdosing on Oxycontin. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6hw37vMeGTc

  29. Check out my Experience with Chronic Pain after inadvertently overdosing on Oxycontin. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6hw37vMeGTc

  30. Check out my Experience with Chronic Pain after inadvertently overdosing on Oxycontin. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6hw37vMeGTc

  31. This makes me so sad that they both have to go through this :, -(( when I was going through some bladder pain… my grandma took me to see a medicine man, ever since then I’ve been feeling a lot more better! My pain is going away slowly.

  32. Love me a fake doctor practicing pseudoscience. 👌
    I hope it at least works as a placebo for some people, but knowing the treatment is so expensive, I think these people are really taking advantage of people with severe chronic pain.

  33. My body also tenses up when someone touches or anything touches. I am living with chronic pain at the age of 12. I am currently lying on the couch in pain. I am always in pain. Always.

  34. Okay but I actually cried the happiest of tears at the end of this video. For this beautiful woman to be able to do something she hasn’t for a very long time makes me so happy. I have chronic TMJ which i’m almost positive is not half as bad as what both of these women deal with. I went to so many doctors, had so many appointments, tried so many treatments and nothing worked. No one could figure out how to get rid of my pain. I couldn’t even sing a song or talk for an extended period of time or eat anything that I had to chew without being in excruciating pain. I finally had a doctor that decided on botox injections in my jaw. The relief after about a week was the most amazing thing in my life. I’m so happy for them to finally have even small progress.

  35. I love this video because I’m currently crushing on someone but I have A LOT of medical complications and I’m afraid I will scare him away. I have tried everything available to me like meds which I can stop taking, occupational and physical therapy, chiropractors and an intense month of therapy at the best hospital for children but dispite all of this I’m still in pain and having problems so thank u for this video.

  36. I really don’t like this woman. She’s giving them false hope and I didn’t like the way that she pushed Kelsey to forgive the doctor. That’s something she needs to figure out in her own time. None of the reasoning behind her theories was scientifically correct either. Like that mitochondrial regeneration thing didn’t make any sense. I hope with all my heart that Kelsey and Lara has some improvement but I’m definitely sceptical of this method of dealing with chronic pain and anyone who goes into this thinking they will be pain free is very naieve

  37. I have chronic migraines and depression, anxiety and more then that and it hurts more then ever and I’m afraid that it’s going to stop me forming living I’m only 13

  38. I was a non believer before I met my doctor who saved my life with lasers! 🙌🏼 16 doctors allowed me to get sicker and my body only got worse until I met the man who has changed my entire world because of lasers and his non invasive treatments! So happy to be seeing this on here! Im still healing and learning what it takes and means to heal. But with patience and kindness and love, I’m getting back to where I want and deserve to be! Every other doctor took advantage of my and my pocket book. But this doctor didn’t and has shown me how to help myself now, and I’m so thankful! As he says for the non believers, we don’t need to worry about them. Because we know what’s real. And that’s what matters. Healing is that proof! 🙌🏼

  39. Kinda confused in Lara's opinion with surgery… sometimes it is a loss when your just so diseased. She can sign up to recieve a donor uterus, if it will help. I risked loosing an ovary for my surgery, I had a cyst the size of a football. I didn't loose any of my ovary.

  40. Oh no…this is quackery. Anyone who reaches out to YOU with spam emails is not legit, but I was willing to give it a chance until she brought out the toxin, muscle thingy and my eyes rolled so hard I thought they were gonna fall out of my head.

  41. Its 3am. I woke around 1:30 due to chronic pain. Not just fibromyalgia. Not just hidden all in my head. I have had documented chronic herniation of the Lumbar discs since I was 15. A year, pelvic rotation, SIJD, and as all over or widespread pain that doctors try and say is just oversensitive or all in my head, or doesn't exist at all. . I've been in pain 26 years. I'm 36. I had open back surgery 9 months ago for first time. . And yet still get the, you should be better, we cant help you. Yadda yadda. I've started doing myofascial release and it's been doing something. But its also now intensifying the pain. 😩
    My left side of body feels crushed like iver been run over by a semi.
    I have a 5 yr old child. And some days, a lot of days.
    I just want to end my life because the pain is and has destroyed my sense of self and life in general.
    Working, school, parenting, all takes back burner to the pain. And the pain and self care all take back burner to forcing myself thru each day and parenting or doing what must be done.
    I'm tired. 😞

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  43. Sorry but the “toxins” part is just manipulative. My vet tried this with my dog. You know what? It did nothing because its garbage. I have chronic symptoms and I relate entirely to the desperation. Chronic pain is real and very complex. Retraining your brain to react to pain differently is a worthy effort…. but the rest of it is just quackery

  44. Same thing happened to my mom. She had a knee replacement and he (the doctor) damaged a nerve to her foot. It was fixed, but when my parents tried to sue the lawyers said they had no case.

  45. I found this last night while I was in a bad pain flare up. I have issues with my lower back/hips and sciatica. And I just cried so much from realizing that people feel the same way physically AND mentally. Lara’s explanations about how it takes a toll on herself when she’s with friends is me to a T and I feel so validated 😭

  46. They should of kept this series going as someone who surfers from chronic pain … I was hoping to see what some of these treatments are like … I have fibromyalgia my whole body hurts from may hair to my toes

  47. I have a chronic illness myself and I can definitely say that it's taken a toll on all my relationship and they simply couldn't handle it . Forever single 👍

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