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... I need to say this so that those who are new to fibromyalgia knows that at this time there is no cure for fibromyalgia but you can go into Remission. ... (10 replies)
... years ago I developed Fibro. It is very painful to the muscles and it feels like growing pains when like you were 12 again. I swim in a heated pool whenever I can because that does releave the pain. I also take Lyrica and that is a big help. ... (2 replies)
... no problem with. My doctor gave me some good advice one day. If you are going to hurt, pick what is worth hurting for. For example, I have 4 boys. They wanted to go on a trip to the snow. ... (21 replies)

... what is the best tip you can give for somebody who just realized they have fibromyalgia? ... (16 replies)
... Yes, I agree disconnected is the right way to put it. On Tuesday, my husband offered to watch the boys so I could go to a cooking show. I was so excited. I knew though that it would not be easy for me, and that somehow I would battle pain. ... (19 replies)
... Believe me I know about trying different meds to control symptoms of fm. I am 68 and have been trying them for 40 years...Thankfully mine has went into remission at times so maybe it will for you too... ... (35 replies)
... e more positive, however, the symptoms you've described and even the car accident trauma and injuries prior, are almost exactly the same as my situation. Trauma can indeed be a trigger, among many others. ... (9 replies)
... I've missed probably 20 days now, three months into school. I have a 504 status and everything so I can have absences without losing credits, but it's still HARD. ... (11 replies)
... of patients between the ages of 60 and 79. So there ya go biliji! ... (14 replies)
Wake up people.
Apr 9, 2004
... my continued point is that it does NOT mean it's FM. As to why your wife's FM...symptoms have greatly diminished...surely you are aware that FM CAN go into remission? ... (39 replies)
... Hi, I have not heard of fibromyalgia being spelled two different ways, unless they are referring to fibrositis, the older version of the term that used to be used for the condition. ... (2 replies)
... e here, each person has their own opinion, is that at the present time there is no cure for FM. There are many, many illnesses and conditions that mimic FM that can be cured. I, for one, suspect you had one of those. Also FM can go into remission for many years only to rear it's ugly head again at a later date. ... (11 replies)
What do you think?
Apr 10, 2001
... then eventually I took no medication and the pain and discomfort went away for the most part. Sure I would have some symptoms every once in a while but it would go away. Well I thought I was free from what ever the ailment was I had until now 2 years later..... ... (3 replies)
New here.
Nov 8, 2007
... lucky to have such well informed insightful doctors. Thankfully more are learning. Well this didn't happen overnight. It may feel like it did, but it didn't. Go back and read your post where you say you started feeling the fatigue factor 6 months ago. ... (7 replies)
... ould have to do it all anyway but at least he'd have more money. Don't worry I'm not suicidal or anything I just feel extra useless because there is even less I can do now that I'm seven weeks from delivery. My husband is normally very compassionate and understanding and I do think he was just exhausted. ... (19 replies)
... When my doctor first diagnosed me, he said I needed to go on a strict daily routine, which includes going to bed at the same time and waking up at the same time each day. ... (10 replies)
... My message to all of you with Fibromyalgia is, You can and will get better. It isn't easy, but it is within your power to do so, and don't let any Doctor or anyone else tell you it's not possible. ... (33 replies)

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