Conversation Between Eyesup and FenWoFon
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  1. Eyesup
    04-18-2016 09:45 AM
    Your not being rude at all. I was intrigued to know more. So very few that don't have fibromyalgia take time to educate themselves. Then even fewer really try to "get it".

    I am thrilled you want to go into the medical field, you could be my doctor or nurse any day.

    And just an FYI: when I told my cardiologist I was trying to figure out what may have "triggered" mine his response was "good luck, you would be a very rich person if you could do that"! I was sad he equated medical findings with wealth. But he is probably right.

    Anyway, best of luck perusing your future and thanks for answering me.
  2. FenWoFon
    04-17-2016 09:29 PM
    Hello there, I understand your question and yes, it does have an answer, the thing is that I have a sister who is specialized in rheumatology and she tells me about her patients and everything she sees at her office, sorry if I am being quite rude with my comments, I will somehow try to enlighten them from now, as I told you I do not have Fibro but I am quite interested on the field because I would like to study in the medical school.
  3. Eyesup
    04-17-2016 08:46 AM
    Hi there FenWoFon, be read several of your post and first I'ld like to say thank you for being one of the few that don't have fibro but take it seriously and have so much compasion for those that do. Even those that have it can't quite wrap their head around out.

    So my question is how is it that you know so many people that have it? Do you work in the medical field, have a lot of people in your family, are you in a community that seems to have a high rate? I would love to know more. As I believe there are answers to be found for the cause of fibro (i.e. A gene, the environment, food exc.)

    Again thank you for joining in.
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