I read a short article yesterday regarding Fibro and severe inside upper thigh cramps. I was so glad to have somebody else say they had suffered with these. I don't want anyone to hurt, but I thought I was literally losing my mind. The other symptom that was mentioned was the horrible cramping in the feet and hands. It just made me realize that I wasn't the only one with weird symptoms. What are we doing for these? I have been on flexeril and pain meds for years. I've also been on anti anxiety meds for several years because of panic disorder. I would like to know what others are taking for Fibro and how they handle this disease during the day. The last 2 weeks have been horrible for me so I am searching to find something else that might work. Thanks RosemarieView Thread
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