Thanks both of you. I had my Vitamin D checked right before they diagnosed me with FM and it was low so I am taking 2000 mg a day. And you are correct. Trial and error seems to be the thoughts of the day I started eating Gluten Free right after I got diagnosed and it does help also. I totally know when I cheat because I pay for it the next day.
I am just glad for this site because it shows that we aren't alone. You think you have lost your mind when things happen and you wonder what this is
I am so glad to read all of your posts. I am new to FM. I just got diagnosed recently. I have all kinds of problems with my eyes and all of my doctors felt that it wasn't part of FM, but reading everything you have written it sounds like it is. I find it very frustrating in the beginning to figure out what I can do and I can't do. It's amazing the things I used t be able to do...are a foreign concept now.View Thread
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