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  1. LGLG

    Ibuprofen considerations

    https://www.theguardian.com/society/2017/mar/15/ibuprofen-sale-restrictions-study-increased-cardiac-arrest-risk Having noticed how often Ibuprofen is mentioned in posts as being a readily available panacea to Camino related pains, and how many older people with joint problems (myself included)...
  2. A

    Somebody help?!

    Hi there, I left SJPDP over a month ago and I'm only half way. About a week into the Camino I started experiencing pain in the arches of my feet, tight and sore and burning. If I wobble on a rock or have to go up hill it's like walking on glass. I start the day ok and about ten km in I have to...
  3. G

    Curious about achievability of Camino at 50, slow walker

    Hello, I've been contemplating a short (100km) camino for a little while, and I've read some forum posts, watched videos, and read some guide books. I've been thinking that I probably won't be able to pull it off at my age -- 50 -- but I've been amazed at the number of folks that are decades...
  4. MarieClaireN

    Hip injury

    I am a 22 year old female and will be walking my 2nd full Camino Frances this June and had really bad bother with my hip joint from day 2 right the way to day 31 in my first Camino. I have a bad hip because of scoliosis and the pressure I put on this hip whilst walking. I know at least some...
  5. Jakke

    What kind of pain is that??

    Here is one for the medically inclined amongst you. Not all aches and pains are bad. How do you know whether some pain is actually a problem or whether it is, e.g., the blood in your shoulders finding new ways to flow because the pack is weighing down on your shoulders? Or, is that sensitive...


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