Eight Signs Of Fibromyalgia Usually People Ignore

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6 Responses

  1. Cathy says:

    There seems to be a problem with doctors diagnosing it. my husband has had it for years, but nobody will give him a proper “diagnosis”; not sure what the problem is, possibly insurance companies?

  2. Joni says:

    I’ve been told to see a rheumatologist by my primary care physician. She’s the one who diagnosed me. Now to find the right one!

  3. Crystal Gerlach says:

    Why is #2 strange? IBS, constipation etc are a normal part of fibro. I know….18 years of it now.

    • Judy says:

      I’ve had #2 for years, even before fibromyalgia so: I wasn’t aware that was the cause. I thought it was from gastric problems. Marshmallow root helps the flares, like the cramps and such. You’ll have to go to GNC or a Health food store. You can also drink the tea, but not the candy marshmallows you find in the store. Tsk Tsk. Won’t work. Love my fellow Fibromylgiymites. God Bless Have a good rest of the week.

  4. Amy Prelesnik says:

    I had a test done on my feet and lower legs called ABI. It was because of pain, numbness and tingling. The Dr’s were checking for good blood flow, also to make sure there were no blockages such as blood clots. It came back all clear thank goodness but I still have pain from head to toe. I try and walk and keep active and keep track of my steps for my dr that is helping me to lose weight. I know how to do it I should say, but now I have all these extra things stacked against me making it more difficult.
    I have arthritis, bulging and herniated discs in my back, sacroiliac joint disease on my left side, then throw in fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue and depression and PTSD. It’s a work in progress but I am trying to enjoy life and get past the rough times with family and medical support. 💕

  5. Karen Parks says:

    My Doctor told me they don’t believe in fibro, saying that something else’s causing your problems. Then another doctor tells me if he believed in it he would tell me my problem is fibro! That tells me I have it but don’t know what to do for it? I have had the symptoms as a child, have Rosatia, have tingling in feet and hands , have eczema, have bruising very easily, IBS, and a host of other things that are associated with fibro, why can’t they help me with a diagnose of fibro instead of beating around the bushy? Exhausting!

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