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  • #16
    Wolfaleena~ More info. can be found on Hopekeepers support groups on the Rest Ministries website. It is a Christian based support website for those with chronic illnesses. www.restministries.org


    HopeKeepers support groups are support groups/Bible studies designed to meet the emotional and spiritual needs of the person who lives with chronic illness or pain, through a Christian environment.

    Through the support group/Bible study setting you will have the opportunity to grow spiritually, while surrounded by others who share similar circumstances, unrevealed answers, and even joys, while living with a chronic illness or physical pain.


    Rest Ministries also sponsors an Invisible Illness week with a multitude of podcasts, articles, etc. It is the week of Sept. 14th - 20th. You can get more info. at
    www.invisibleillness.com

    I am eternally grateful for the ICN and Rest Ministries. Now if only I could find a local IC Support Group, I would be all set!

    Lyn

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    • #17
      Central New Jersey Support Group

      There is a support group in Central New Jersey.
      Here are the details

      New Brunswick - IC Support Group of Central New Jersey

      Contact: Michelle Brill
      Phone: 732-390-0422 or Email brillo4aaol.com
      Will meet every two months, 7-8:30PM in the CARES Building at St. Peter's University Hospital, 254 Easton Avenue, New Brunswick, NJ 08901
      Health Center for Women: 3rd Floor Conference Room. Call or email for dates!

      Let me know if you need more info

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      • #18
        south jersey
        I am in glassboro, nj 08028 (gloucester cty)


        there is a support group that meets in Voorhees, NJ (camden cty)
        every other month on a sat. afternoons
        i have never been able to attend it.. but the woman who runs it is very nice and would love to have more attendees.....


        anyone in Gloucester county near glassboro with IC? i live in glassboro, NJ
        and have had ic for 20 years Ughhh!!

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        • #19
          I live in the Freehold/Manalapan area and am interested in a support group too! Does anyone know of any. My IC dr. is in Philly and I travel in to see her so I might consider a Phildadelphia group too.

          Thanks,
          Mel
          Mel


          IC, PFD, IBS, Allergies, Chronic Migraines, CVID, Fibromyalgia, CFS, Numerous Laporoscopies for Endometriosis and Adhesions, Hysterectomy 2002

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          • #20
            hi mel:
            Do you see dr whitmore in pa.
            I do and have been for 16 yrs now..
            I live in s. jersey.
            there is a support group in voorhees, nj ....

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            • #21
              Yes, I have been a patient of Dr. Whitmore's sinnce 2001. I am going there tomorrow to see Jennifer. She is great. I'll probably get some trigger point injections. The muscles are pretty sore from being in spasm! Between IC and PFD I donn't know what's what!
              I think the Voorhes group would be too far for me.

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              • #22
                Re: southern Jersey, anyone??

                Hi- I live in Gloucester County- Washington Township. I would LOVE to meet anyone close by with IC. I see Dr. Babin in Turnersville. She is wonderful and really is the only doctor who has helped me with all of this.

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                • #23
                  Re: southern Jersey, anyone??

                  I'm right near you- Washington Township. I'd be happy to meet up with you sometime!

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                  • #24
                    Re: southern Jersey, anyone??

                    Dr. Babin is an IC specialist in Turnersville. She has a great bedside manner and appointments are easy to get. I recommend her highly. Does anyone have info on the Voorhees group? I would love to go sometime.

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