am having issues with the medicines the doctor and i have tried for my fibromyalgia. between allergies and bleeding ulcer my doctor is running out of options. i have been on Savella, Cymbalta,Loritab,Pristique and i am now on Gabapentin. i am having muscle spasms after being on this for about 2 weeks any suggestions would be helpful.View Thread
thank you sorry it took so long to get back. i am having another issue but i dont know if it is related or if it is another problem creeping its ugly head. i am having extreme pain armpits where breast tissue meet, oh and believe me i mean REAL sore. i am very high risk for breast cancer also so i am a little worried. i had a mammo & sono in august but they dont cover that area & i know you can get breast cancer in that area i do have a dr. appt on the 4th but you know curiosity. i would appreciate any ideas. oh & my dr. i think he sees me as kind of a logic puzzle "dont quite know how to fix it but if we keep trying it will all come together" lolView Thread
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