I was diagnosed with FibroMyalgia about 3 yrs ago, I had bad days due a lot to the weather and every time I went to my Doc he would say I was having a flare up it would last a couple of days and then I would be k.This year I don t know what is going on I have never had so much pain I feel that Im going crazy Im crying all the time Im in bed most of the day is the only thing that calms me down I have a heating blanket and it feels nice and warm.My Doc of 17 yrs passed away I m devastated I cant find another Doc I feel lost because I don t know were to go and who to ask is it possible for Fibro to get worse,does t get worse all this feeling that I m having are all the symptoms that were posted for fibro and I have most of them .Im in a very abusive relationship with a lot of stress and I also suffer osteoarthritis on both my hands on one hand I have had 5 surgeries and the other also needs surgeries my hand use is limited .Please can someone let me know has my fibro gotten worse and why? I m not sleeping very well.Tysvem for ur help.View Thread
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