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Tuesday, March 11, 2008

My never-ending quest to find out what's wrong with me

Well, I have to go to a Rheumatologist because my physician believes I have:

Fibromyalgia (FM) is a chronic illness characterized by pain, fatigue and poor sleep. Initially FM was thought to be a musculoskeletal disorder because much of the pain experienced seems to be in the muscles. However, extensive research is revealing that fibromyalgia is more accurately defined as a problem of disordered sensory processing originating in the central nervous system and causing central sensitization and pain amplification.

I looked it up and I have every single symptom listed. I am hoping and praying that I will finally receive some sort of info on what is going on with me, because I am sick and tired of getting poked, stuck, x-rayed and psychologically evaluated.

Other than that, my MIL is doing ok. She is happy to be home, but is still pretty weak. She is walking around the house without the aide of a walker, however when going outside she needs support. I am hoping she will regain some strength soon.

4 comments:

Dana said...

I've heard of that, but can't imagine what it must feel like.

Bless your heart. I hope it gets treated and you feel better.

Jane said...

Good luck with that. My doctor thought I might have FM when I was younger, but it turned out to be CFS ~ Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.
Still not much fun...
Take care :)

Anonymous said...

I wish you all the best with this... FM is this bit of a phantom, only really called upon when other things have been selected out and there is nothing there to take its place. Walls of vagueness surround this thing, and I've trying to found out more, that's why I've happened across your post in the first place...

I came up with some pretty good info for dietary changes that might help ease fm, but even at that I'm not totally sure. I read a few things about cortisol injections which sounded rather unpleasant (me being terrified of needles...) and generally it still seems to be something the medical profession hasn't got a real handle on... do injections even work? what works?

best of luck to you and me both, if you come across any helpful info please share it,

nancy

Hailey Harris said...

Here's helpful information for all fibromyalgia sufferers.

Fibromyalgia is a condition where you feel chronic pain in certain parts of your body; it is a muscular pain especially around the joints. There can also be centralized pain felt in the spinal chord, brain, neck shoulders etc. People with fibromyalgia generally complain of pain in the joints, but it actually is the muscles and the tendons around it that cause the pain, it can be excruciating sometimes and can be a continuous throbbing pain. People suffering from Fibromyalgia also show symptoms of depression, sleeplessness, irritable bowel syndrome, stress and many others, which are caused due to the pain.

Rid Fibromyalgia provides a simple process to helps you eliminate all your symptoms of fibromyalgia and enjoy living your life again. This will provides us the best and most effective solutions on how to rid ourselves from pain.

The Rid Fibromyalgia provides an eBook entitled “Heal the Body” that will teach you the best diet that will allow you to eat your way to wellness, it will also document which vitamins and supplements will target and reverse the illness, how to achieve pain relief through acupuncture, what exercises are safe and will work, and what type of medications may make you sicker, and what will work. This eBook takes a step by step approach in showing you how to rid yourself of the pain naturally so that you can take back your life.

We must know the symptoms of this illness. For us to know what would be the approach we will going to apply. Here's Signs and Symptoms of Fibromyalgia and steps to treat it naturally.

We must also be responsible and aware to the things to gain and cope up with this kind of illness. Eating nutritious food with regular exercise would be result to a better life. Here's Basic Tips in Coping Fibromyalgia.

If we say Fibromyalgia Diet, there is no specific recommended diet for fibromyalgia. But a healthy diet rich in vitamins and minerals can certainly help in coping with the illness. Magnesium rich vegetables are recommended for patient's suffering from fibromyalgia. Here's some information for you to help in Fibromyalgia Diet.

We must also think that vitamins are important for Fibromyalgia sufferers. This will give us additional energy and strength to kept a healthy living. But of course, you must be aware that not all vitamins are effective or directly gives you a good result. Find the best vitamins that would easily give a good response if your taking it. The best thing is your healed and keep your body healthy as possible. Here's The Benefit of Vitamins for us to know why vitamins are important for fibromyalgia sufferers.

Also feel free to view this video Fibromyalgia Help. It really gives good information for those who have Fibromyalgia and encourage not to give up because in every pain your getting through has a good solution in the end.

Here's Rid Fibromyalgia, For free info and helpful articles on fighting fibromyalgia.