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    Did anyone see Cardiff lady on TV?

    I watched something called week in week out which was about pain medication.

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    Yup. She has 2 eyes after all!

    It was an interesting programme, although not what i had expected.

    It kinda put into perspective the bother i found myself in a couple of weeks ago after deciding i wasn't taking my tramadol any more, the side-effects were difficult to deal with. The effect of not taking them for 2 days was even worse!
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    Yup, she has 2 eyes after all!

    It was an interesting programme, but not what i had expected.
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    I can't sleep, so going to watch on BBC i player now

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    Doh not yet available on i player,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blue-badger View Post
    Yes I did. Although I have still to watch the last part as it was on so late. Trying to work out who she is? Is it Hannah? If so I was really surprised how able she is! No doubt she has good and bad days.
    What an amazing person.
    No belive it was the lady with the lovely speaking voice , short dark hair called Trish. The lady with the walking stick who picked up a prescription from chemist.

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    Just watched it. Yes, definitely Trish, you can't mistake those eyes lol. I am sure I remember somewhere on the forum, CL mentioned she used to be a Health & Safety Exec for a large corporation.

    Very interesting topic.

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    yes just watched it, don't we all wish we were like Hannah, pity they didn't focus more on how they were helping fatigue but then it was called pain in wales... duh!

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    I didn't recognise her at all, from the eyes or from her situation she described here.
    Oh well as she's left I suppose we will never know now.

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    yes such a lovely woman and wow did you see the bike she use to ride I think the fatigue can be helped by a course called GET gradual exercise training but all depends on why your fatigued me i suffer with CFS but also with malnutrion so and also chronic pain can cause fatigue so my DR dosn't think it would help me but studies have shown that GET can help those with mild to moderate CFS/ME.I have also been on a pain management course which is a combanation of pyshio and self hypnosis relaxation ect it's help a bit the exercises are really gentle stretches and movements

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