Hi, I'm a 23 yr. Fibro sufferer, so there's nothing out there that I haven't tried. Currently, I have a morphine pain pump implanted into my abdoman, with a catheter routed around to my spinal cord (internally), where the meds go straight.This hasn't taken away all pain, but has taken away the rough edge of pains. You mentioned clenching...When my Fibro started, so did the clenching...which added the worse of pain in my head, neck and face. After crying and suffering with it, and with the wrong docs, I was sent to the best TMJ Dr. in Houston, and after 8 mos. my TMJ was well on it's way out ! I wouldn't be living it had had that AND Fibro to deal with. Tell me more about you and your journey please. Maybe I can help or support.View Thread
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