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Acupuncture - is a lot of pain afterwards normal?

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Apr 2014
4:57pm, 18 Apr 2014
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Argie
Its gone quiet... Is Carpathius dead now?
Apr 2014
5:49pm, 18 Apr 2014
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Carpathius
Depends on your definition of dead Argie ;)

I'm still alive by many of the generally accepted definition, but am also still in pain although not as much as last night.
Apr 2014
6:08pm, 18 Apr 2014
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Bru-Bru
Does not sound good. I had acupuncture to *stop* pain. Acupuncture which *starts* pain does not sound right. I'd get it checked, boring though that is.
Apr 2014
6:11pm, 18 Apr 2014
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Bru-Bru
PS I have just woken up to the fact you did the Stowmarket Half, C - I thought I was the only Fetchie there! Sorry to miss you.
Apr 2014
8:33am, 20 Apr 2014
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Totriornottotri
I never experienced pain after and thought it worked at the time... not sure now though!
Apr 2014
11:29am, 20 Apr 2014
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Carpathius
I was incognito in club kit Bru-Bru :) Will look out for you next time.

Pain has subsided a good deal and is almost back down to the level of pain I had anyway.

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I've been having physio including acupuncture on my shoulder and neck for seven weeks now. Normally...

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