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  1. S

    Another newbie

    Hey Guys, I hope you're all having a pain free day. I've had fibro for over 20 years. I've tried all sorts of methods to keep it to a dull roar. I'll be looking forward to reading what you all have been up to. ~Suz
  2. O

    newbie

    hello everyone. I'm new today and hope I can get lots of feedback. There's not a lot known about Fibromyalgia in the UK... ty
  3. R

    newbie

    hi my name is ruby and plz 2 be part of this group:-D
  4. M

    Another canadian Newbie with chronic pain

    Hello everyone I have been in chronic pain for over a year now and we are pretty sure it's fibro. My life has been totally disrupted by this and I struggle with admitting I can no longer do things I once took for granted. looking forward to meeting other fighters of this crazy thing called fibro.
  5. M

    English newbie

    Hiya gals & guys. Just got registered and accepted the opportunity to drop by. I'm living in West Yorkshire, England with my husband & our dog (Dozer). Hopefully this forum will be one of the few positives to distract me from my fibromyalgia & all its friends. Have the best day!
  6. M

    Newbie here

    Just wanted to say hi to everyone, looking for hope here.:(
  7. L

    Newbie

    Hi I'm new to this site, I am the treasurer for a support group for Folkestone and surrounding towns, in Kent. We've been running for nearly 2 years, and offer advice and support to fibro sufferers and their carers. It's great to hear from fellow sufferers and gain their insight into this...
  8. Bubbles

    A Canadian Newbie

    I m from Montreal, Quebec, Canada, I'm dropping by to say "Hello" ..this is my first day here. I m here hoping to meet new friends and exchange new ideas, :idea: I have been diagnosed with Fibro/Chronic fatigue for years now., as well as other conditions. I ve delt with really bad days...
  9. D

    Canadian Newbie

    Hello from Elliot Lake, Ontario I was diagnosed with Fibro in 2004....I went through all the ups & downs, all the trials & errors with meds, but feeling better now that I know what to expect, and when not to overdo. It's an everyday chore but I've learned to live with it :wink: Fibro hugs to...
  10. R

    Newbie

    Hi all I am relatively new to all this. I was only diagnosed as having Fibromyalgia in September of last year 2012. Even though I had been taking the medication for the past 3 years whilst undergoing test after test. I find it very difficult to get people to understand about having Fibromyalgia...
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