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Have Spinal Stenosis, spurs, high BP and back pain. Mother had cancer. Related?

I have ms fibro.. spinal stenosis ,spurs,frequent shingles ,high blood preasure last yr when never b4.. always great bp ... my momther just died recently of cancer ... im scared to go to dr.. another system not sure if related.. My back always hurts after I eat sooo i try to only eat near bedtime so i can lay down... Im scared of cancer.. please help me
Asked On : Tue, 19 Feb 2013
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Hi there, I understand losing your mother has been very traumatic for you. Rather than giving in to the feeling of hopelessness, try to visit cancer support groups or survivor meetings and volunteer in hospitals and try to help the people who need help. Small things like even giving directions and chatting people up can make a huge difference. I'm sure your experience will make you wise and sensitive and you can help plenty of people out there with your sensitivity.Take care
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