My story sounds very similar to yours, with the (very scary) gradual spread of pain around my body. My symptoms started overnight and I am really not sure what the trigger may have been. Like you I lived my life a 100 miles an hour but now there are some days that I do not recognise myself.
I was wondering how you were getting on?
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I went to another doctor yesterday and he said I don't have Fibromyalgia since the upper part of my pain is not there???? I took the test on internet and I have all but one thing I don't have. He looked on the medical book and I showed him my list and he told me not to get info off of internet. Is Mayo clinic and Dr. Web no good???? I am not imagining my chronic paid and all other symptoms.
Hi! I’m new with this forum. I was diagnosed with Fibro March 2020. I’ve been in a lot of pain since then. Severe headaches, IBS, GERD etc..done with lots of test/exams. At present I’m taking duloxefine.For few days already i’m experiencing eye pain with eye floaters. I wonder if some of you also experienced the same.I am really scared.. because i read some articles online that you can go blind if you have fibro..
I have learned not to fight against FM so much, and I just try to go with the flow.
the worst part of FM for me is the lack of sleep. it seems, I wake up feeling just as tired as I was when I went to sleep. the lack of sleep makes all the other symptoms worse.
accepting the changes we have to make in our lives because of FM, but still not liking it. "that which does not kill us makes us stronger"
I suffer from this terrible muscle pain for more than 2 years. I told my gp and he told me it is all in my head. I sleep continuously, I can't touch my skin or massage my muscles. I had some blood tests , but my gp told me everything is OK. My father died from fibromialgia 12 years ago, and he was diagnosed in Austria. I live in England and I am desperate to be treated and diagnosed properly. What do I need to do?