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At approximately 11AM on Saturday morning, I was casually walking through the living room when I spotted Raelyn's Littlest Pet Shop comforter sprawled across the floor. As I normally do, I bent down to pick it up and deftly threw it on the couch as I straightened up. I put one foot forward to continue my "stroll" when I was met with easily the most immense pain I've ever felt that went shooting through my lower back. I was doubled over in pain and literally sweating from the pain by the time I made it into the bathroom.

51 hours and many pain pills later (that didn't even really work), here I am. I'm sitting here and STILL in pain.

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Comment by Newbie Blogger on August 2, 2010 at 2:33pm
sorry to hear!! I did a similar thing 3 weeks ago and my back is just now almost back to normal! I threw mine out when I bent over to pull up my daughters panties after giving her a bath. I feel your pain! Its miserable. I went to the chiroprator once just to see if he could help. It did help, but I didnt go back.

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