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  1. Hello,
    I'm Kathy, and at this time, I went with going to school, for medical
    assistant. Hopefully, will be able to go into nursing. I am 70% disabled
    with rsd. So, this should tell me , what my limitations are. My pain
    level is 8 or 9 per day. This is normal for me, as other problems.
    Is there anyone out there, working with a phyiscal disablity?
    Life, has been good can't complain. Surprised, myself and actually
    made a decent grade, not quite as dumb, and I thought I was.
    Really proud, of myself.
    Looking forward, to meeting everyone. Being able, to read the threads
    helps, and have found to be relaxing, excellant, when my 20 yr olds
    get loud. So, thank you!:chuckle
    Kathy
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  3. by   Thunderwolf
    you will find lots of company here. many nurses have pain issues. glad you found us. please check out our various forums.


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  4. by   vega44
    Thanks, for the response. Glad, that I found it too. Surprised, when I did.
    Found the web site by accident. Not sure of what else, to say this
    morning. Have a test to study for, gotta pass it. Just thought, I'd check
    in to see if my post, was posted.When it comes to computers, still kinda,
    say what? A friend told it is because, I do not stop and read.
    Last night, I made myself slow down.
    Kathy
  5. by   sirI
    Quote from vega44
    hello,
    i'm kathy, and at this time, i went with going to school, for medical
    assistant. hopefully, will be able to go into nursing. i am 70% disabled
    with rsd. so, this should tell me , what my limitations are. my pain
    level is 8 or 9 per day. this is normal for me, as other problems.
    is there anyone out there, working with a phyiscal disablity?
    life, has been good can't complain. surprised, myself and actually
    made a decent grade, not quite as dumb, and i thought i was.
    really proud, of myself.
    looking forward, to meeting everyone. being able, to read the threads
    helps, and have found to be relaxing, excellant, when my 20 yr olds
    get loud. so, thank you!:chuckle
    kathy
    and welcome to allnurses.com

    great to have you join the family. enjoy the forums.
  6. by   TheCommuter
    Welcome to these forums!

    I have chronic right calf pain upon ambulation.
  7. by   Jessy_RN
    [color=#696969] welcome to the site. enjoy your stay and best wishes to you.
  8. by   TGIMN
    I am a new member too. I have enjoyed reading some of the topics today. I hope you get to continue in school. Good Luck. There is alot of different areas in nursing and I am sure you can find one that fits your needs.

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