God expects you to keep trying. Don't give up. There is help out there. I volunteer at a Crisis Center , and I help people find resources every day. If you have something like that in your city ,call. You are not alone. I choose to live on very little money, in order to help others. In my case, I live on beans. Contact the mfg. of your medications,and see if they will help you obtain your meds..i will obtain the number for a nationwide drug assistance program and post it for you. Hang in there. Sometimes we have to take one little step at a time, but it will eventually add up.View Thread
I have had fibro for about 16 years. I have found that the best way to deal with fibro is to find a health care person who knows about fibro. I have a nurse practioner, who is very willing to work with me, and is very knowledgable. When you get the meds that are right for you, go about your life as if there is no pain, and the pain will be much better. Walking is a very good exercise, also for fibro. It really helps..Try to avoid as many emotional upsets and confortations as you can. They make fibro much worse. I hope you get a handle on your fibro.Best wishes.View Thread
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