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    Yes it sure does. We have had strange weather lately, went from really cold to a few mild days then rain set in today. My legs are so achy I am walking like an old woman. I was really excited when i started the MTX because I wasnt hurting as bad but I guess the honeymoon is over there, I am hurting a lot again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sherry47 View Post
    Yes it sure does. We have had strange weather lately, went from really cold to a few mild days then rain set in today. My legs are so achy I am walking like an old woman. I was really excited when i started the MTX because I wasnt hurting as bad but I guess the honeymoon is over there, I am hurting a lot again.
    We have had that same strange weather and I completely understand what you mean about walking like an old woman! Between the weather aches and my falling I have been having to use my cane for several days in a row. THAT doesn't happen often (because I hate having to use it)
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    Quote Originally Posted by tgal View Post
    We have had that same strange weather and I completely understand what you mean about walking like an old woman! Between the weather aches and my falling I have been having to use my cane for several days in a row. THAT doesn't happen often (because I hate having to use it)
    Hush Mari,
    It's so cold and I hurt but I just don't want to get my cane out. We don't want to use to "C" word.

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    It gets so dry in the winter - the skin on my hands get papery feeling and my eyes feel sore. I can tell when I'm getting too dry beacuse I take a bath and my feet get super pukered-up in the water. Then I know I need to start drinking a bunch more water and tea. I use a humidifier a lot in winter.
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    Always have the old fashion way to humidfy going - pot of water boiling, simmering on the stove. Lots of lotion helps too.

    I may have to give in to the c word tommorrow after the foot doctor.

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