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I have CS but my doctor refuses to give me any pain killers or an MRI. Apart from moving surgeries, i can't do anything about it. I'm going into remission, for the first time ( I was diagnosed by having an ex-ray recently ) so i'm new to this. I just wanted to know what happens to a persons body, when they go into remission. Does a persons natural pain killers start to work. Surely, the body doesn't heal itself for a while. I'm just intereted in what is happening to my body when it's feeling a lot better. I still have headaches, dizziness, swelling in my wrists, knees, ankes, the top of my feet. and clumsy feet when i've just woken up, but apart from that, quire a few things have eased up. I have no more shooting pains and i can lift things, with my hands. My neck is about 75 percent better. As i've said, i'd just like any thoughts on why and how a body goes into remission. Thanks.
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