To the Amazing Husband Behind This Chronically Ill Wife

To the Amazing Husband Behind This Chronically Ill Wife

By: Samantha Moss Behind every great man is a great woman, or so the saying goes. Let’s flip that on its head a little. Behind this chronically ill wife is an amazing husband. A husband who has become a full-time carer. A husband who has gone beyond the call of duty. A husband who has become my legs, my cleaner, my cook, my shopper, my gardener, my driver, my nurse. A husband who holds my hand…

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Fibro may trigger nausea and vomiting

Fibro may trigger nausea and vomiting

Nausea and vomiting are very common symptoms that are not specific to any one particular condition or illness. They frequently occur due to a mild infection and inflammation of the stomach (gastroenteritis, or the “stomach flu”), and are also endured by millions of women in the early stages of pregnancy. In addition, nausea and vomiting are common side effects of numerous medications, and can also occur as a result of general anesthesia for surgery. The…

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To Unbelievers

To Unbelievers

To Unbelievers TO THOSE WHO DISBELIEVE Written by Deb Lundquist February 13, 2018 This is for those of you who DISBELIEVE that FIBROMYALGIA is REAL. This is for those of you who believe that your loved one, friend, or patient is lying. Here is a question for you and I want you to answer it truthfully. Have you ever felt pain? I mean REAL pain? Do you even know what REAL pain even feels like?…

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What is Myofascial Pain Syndrome and How it is affiliated with Fibromyalgia.

What is Myofascial Pain Syndrome and How it is affiliated with Fibromyalgia.

By Adrienne Dellwo Fibromyalgia and myofascial pain syndrome often go together. Because of the frequent overlap and some similar symptoms, they’re often mistaken for the same condition and, as a result, people with both are sometimes only diagnosed with and treated for one. That’s a real problem, for three major reasons: they require different treatment MPS’s trigger points can be eliminated MPS pain can exacerbate FMS, and lowering MPS pain can calm FMS symptoms considerably Some researchers…

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Fibromyalgia has More Symptoms Than The Usual 10.must read

Fibromyalgia has More Symptoms Than The Usual 10.must read

Written by Deb Lundquist with sources listed at the end July 15, 2017 We all know that the main symptom of Fibromyalgia is pain that is impossible to explain to others, especially to people who are really brick walls with blocked ears. The second symptom is debilitating exhaustion that, no matter how much you try to sleep, just simply seems to continually seep into your world with a snap of a finger. You sleep and…

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Fibromyalgia and Speaking Difficulties.must read

Fibromyalgia and Speaking Difficulties.must read

By: Eva Johnson Fibromyalgia is a disease that has many symptoms and some of them can be confusing for people. So in case you were thinking that it only affects the energy levels of the body and that the only problem is muscle and tissue pain, you were wrong. This kind of disease can affect almost any aspect of a person’s life and it is time we educate ourselves on it and give more understanding…

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How Fibromyalgia Affect Your Legs. Probably You are not Aware

How Fibromyalgia Affect Your Legs. Probably You are not Aware

By: Kythy Jhone Leg Pain And Fibromyalgia – The Connection Fibromyalgia’s characterizing trademark is boundless agony, including leg torment. Leg torment and fibromyalgia may differ from individual to individual, yet can present as sharp agony, a dull hurt, profound torment, or a greater amount of a throbbing sensation. Leg torment and fibromyalgia associations Leg torment identified with fibromyalgia may create in the ligaments, muscles, or tendons encompassing the joints. Despite the fact that the agony…

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It’s Not Fibromyalgia. Most Likely You are Not Aware

It’s Not Fibromyalgia. Most Likely You are Not Aware

I stood in my closet this morning, looking around as though I’d never been there. I couldn’t remember what I was doing, why, or what I should do next. So I stood still, waiting for it to come to me. Moments before I had been violently panting like a wild animal, bent over in pain and hugging my own body. I’d simply gone upstairs to get dressed for the day, but just as it does…

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full day in my fibromyalgia shoes.Walk In My Shoes….This Is Me.

full day in my fibromyalgia shoes.Walk In My Shoes….This Is Me.

Walk in my shoes for a day in the life of fibromyalgia. They have to be flat shoes, no laces though, I can’t do laces and when I try, they fall out. I can’t wear heels either. So now you’re wearing my shoes, but….they’re 2 sizes too small for you. No, I don’t wear shoes too small! But, as my toes and feet are so sore, the only way you can feel what my feet…

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Eight Signs Of Fibromyalgia Usually People Ignore . #2 is Quite Strange

Eight Signs Of Fibromyalgia Usually People Ignore . #2 is Quite Strange

By: Davidwolfe Fibromyalgia is a common chronic disorder that is characterized by widespread pain, among other symptoms. It can cause significant pain and fatigue, interfering with a person’s ability to carry out their daily activities. While the causes of fibromyalgia are unknown, it’s estimated that it affects 5 million Americans ages 18 or older. Research has shown that fibromyalgia patients typically see several different doctors before receiving their diagnosis. The symptoms of fibromyalgia often mimmick…

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