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... I still have lung nodules presumably from the Valley Fever and they are trying to rule out Sarcoidosis. And that's another thing. ... (16 replies)
... ion I also had half of my thyroid taken out after my hysterectomy because my thyroid went haywire with all the hormonal changesl I had mutinodular goiter and the nodules were pressing against my trachea and my voice was becomming hoarse. My antibody levels were high also signifying Hashimoto's thyroiditis. ... (10 replies)
... It definately didn't look like natural weight (fat) and didn't even feel like it, it almost had a doughy/cold feel, a bit like bread dough taken out of the fridge! The medical industry know more than they're letting on (I have found a professor in London who has changed peoples lives and am hoping to get a referal) But I think a lot of it is down to cost, especially here in... (52 replies)

... I saw a rheumatologist about a yr ago....I have tennis elbow, have had trigger finger, have IBS, headaches/sinus issues.....foot pain where I feel as though I cannot walk......tingling/numbness.....abdominal discomfort. I thought I had rheumatoid arthritis but the doc said joints in my fingers have "soft" fingers are starting to become... (7 replies)
... the epstein barr virus. so you can see i can't distinguish what brought it on but i believe they have all played thier part. started to see a rheumi in feb. for nodules on my hand knuckles. as he was taking a history asked me if anyone ever mentioned fibro to me. of course they hadn't. ... (8 replies)
... hi i am new here. started to see a rheumotologist back in april. have lots of crokked fingers with nodules on knuckles. He immediately checked all trigger points and told me he is pretty sure i have fibro but cannot diagnose it in one visit. ... (4 replies)
... I have fibro and now have had thyroid removed due to nodules. Jules1 is right - get it checked. If you have had thyroid tests what do they say? Fibro/CFS and the sores in your mouth (I can't remember what it is called), seem to be related sometimes. A LOT of young people, especially females, have thyroid problems. A LOT of your symptoms also suggest thyroid - among... (19 replies)
... I wanted to ask you guys a question. I am 50 years old and have had fibromyalgia for about 19 years now...they didn't have a name for it then. That first year they didn't know what was wrong with me and it was horrible. ... (20 replies)
... I have FM, too. Plus now I had my thyroid removed due to nodules and am hypo. ... (18 replies)
... I am writing to the boards with hope that someone out there will have some much needed advice for me. I am a 53 year old woman who has had Hashi's since 1995. I am also on estrogen, because of a complete hysterectomy 1994 and cholestral meds also. About a month ago I notice that I was having some trouble swallowing as it felt like I have something caught in my throat and now... (4 replies)
Mar 17, 2001
... however the one thing that I still have no answer for are the nodules that I have on my limbs, back and breastbone. The more pain and fatigue I have the more these nodules hurt. My PCP say they are fat cells. I do not believe it. ... (12 replies)
The F word
Jan 6, 2011
... I have had problems with plantar fasciitis, but that is not exclusive to people with FMS. There is a condition known as plantar fibromatosis that involves nodules on the foot. You might try googling that. There are also nodules with rheumatoid arthritis, so your friend may have something in the autoimmune department. ... (4 replies)
... Hi everyone hope your Easter was as painfree as possible. I have a question, I have nodules on my thyroid and the new endo doctor I seen said I need to have surgery. My fibromyalgia has been in a flair for months now. ... (3 replies)
... Resources from some other healthcare professionals who write about and also suffer from CMP and/or FM Myofascia and Chronic Pain Starlanyl and Copeland describe myofascia as the thin, almost translucent film that wraps around muscle tissue ("myo" means muscle).1 Myofascia is an extensive gauze-like network that gives shape to the body and supports its musculature.... (3 replies)
... Cantell, thanks for your response, too! I'm so sorry, by the way, if my response made it seem that I didn't think fibro was a disease; that wasn't my intention. I was just sort of surprised that the rheum didn't feel for RA nodules or check for sensitivity/swelling in my finger or feet joints... not to mention that he wasn't going to do anything like x-rays until I pushed.... (9 replies)
... Hi-I have been diagnosed with fibromyalgia over a year ago---after a few years of going to doctor to doctor searching for an answer-----I too have nodules in my neck --a few actually --they are very annoying---all test came up normal on the thyroid--even a biopsy--'ouch"----I am also not able to lose weight---have been trying--and nothing comes off----I excercise & go to... (6 replies)
... and FM isn't easy. I have it, too. Plus now I had my thyroid removed due to nodules and am hypo. ... (5 replies)
... I am seeing a PT today who has decent knowledge about Fibromyalgia and MPS. This is a session to evaluate everything. Anything i should discuss with him in particular. I will surely ask about TENS, ultrasound etc. ... (20 replies)
... he threads and posts that have the word Chosto in it. I remember we did a pretty long thread on it awhile back. Just use the "search this board" feature on the Fibromyalgia board. ... (20 replies)
... MPS. I havent been diagnosed but its very very very obvious. You tell me if i am mistaken. I am seeing my PCP on 13th. He did mention Fibromyalgia last time but i am certain its both. Tell me TK, am i correct? ... (20 replies)

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