Hi, I'm new to the community. I was diagnosed with fibromyalgia 4 years ago. I understand your description of a tightening band, everyday and all day. In addition to osteoarthritis on the (L) side of my face and jaw. I feel like a dysfunctional gumby.View Thread
I'm pretty sure I do, everyday and all day I have that type pain that starts from the left side of my face & head and runs down the neck, shoulder(and blades) and front of my chest. one pain Pain or description of are different or very similar to another. I have gotten the strangest looks when I've tried to explain or give an example of my pain or discomfort.View Thread
Hi, from one newbie to another. I too need friends and or persons who simply finish my sentences(if you what I mean) which I'm pretty sure you do. I also have fibromyalgia w/additional chronic. I have become very angry and hopeless, only a fibro. friend can relate and share what works for them to pass on and it could be emotionally and physically helpful.View Thread
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