I am 70 now and have had this fibro for at least 25yrs The 2things that help as far as meds are the opiate Tramadol 3xa day and at night I take alyrica50mg. I do Tai Chi stretches and water aerobics When I get. Flare up Vicodan is my drug and hot shower or heating pad Good luckView Thread
I too have had fibro over 30 years and now O.A. Hemp oil rub it in wherever you hurt especially at night I baste myself in arms and hands . Also legs. When needed I take Miriplex for RLS. Vicodan is my go to med for bad pain otherwise 3Tylenol only 1x day.View Thread
I have had ringing in the ears for along time 40 yrs I never thought of mono. But I had a severe case of it in my 20,s soon after I developed it. I was diagnosed with fibro in my 40,s seems to tie together fitzgiftView Thread
We need more magnesium and MSM to help elevate the symptoms and RLs,sleep I take my reg. fit. But their is not enough mag. In it for us. Before bed take mag. MSM and calcium, it will take awhile but will help you sleep better and do away with RLS.View Thread
I remember as a child to be sensitive to light and still am at 70. I have had fibro fog and all the above and yes it has gotten worse My biggest battle now is my nerve pain in my arms ,hands legs and feet. I think I have found a product that helps me it is called NerveFix through Swanson I do take a Lyrica 50 at night and the NerveFix for daytime sofarsogoodView Thread
The Only thing that helps me with RLS is lay down with your legs elevate for a 1/2 hr or so in the afternoon, or tale homeopathic Restless leg or the Dr. Gave me Miripex a prescription but if I rest I don't have to take this If I walk a lot during the day I doView Thread
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