A on the Opposite Floor Always Feels I'm Pretending to be a B

Virginia would like to know:

"This past Friday I had X-rays taken of my left foot, ankle, knee and hip due to pain.
I'm wondering if anyone has been diagnosed with Arterial Vascular Calcifications in both ankle and foot and PHLEBOLITHS in the KNEE, and if they experience pain with these things and understand what they are? A on the Opposite Floor Always Feels I'm Pretending to be a B
I am experiencing anxiety over these findings, mostly the Phleboliths in the knee. ...
My left leg has been hurting quite a bit over the last month, and I've been receiving cold laser therapy from my chiropractor. Alas, still in pain.
Please help. I'm beginning to feel like I'm losing it here.
My thanks and prayers to all."

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