I am in training to be a retail store manager. I often have to remind myself to slow down. I have been pushing myself to much over the past few weeks. It must be taking a tole on my body. I started taking tylenol once a day and it seems to help. I just wish some people would understand what we go through everyday. I wonder if anyone else has problems with numbness. I can't use any type of muscle creams due to the fact that my nerves does nuts and feels really weird. Since the sever pain started a few days ago. I have tried to take a hot bath but it felt luke warm.View Thread
I have been to the clinic out here and they always say I can't help you with that or they just don't want to. I work a full time job and still can't afford insurance through the company. Not with supporting a family. I just need to get a handle on this before it starts to get any worse. I stopped taking the anti inflamatories for a few day due to problems with my intestines and stomach. yesterday and today have been unbearable. I can't even hug my kids and I had to miss work due to the sever amount of pain and vomiting. But my boss doesn't understand at all.View Thread
Hi, my name is Laura and i was diagnosed with FM 8 years ago. I often struggle with the sever pain. It started with my back when i was 16 years old. The doctors weren't to sure what it was. I struggle in the afternoon. But often have good energy to get stuff done at work in the early morning. Concentrating is hard sometimes. I often forget stuff if i don't write it down. I don't like to take medications. so i only take anti- inflamitories. I a still trying to figure out what makes it worse. I don't have insurance and haven't had it in over 2 years. So i don't have a doctor i can turn to. Every doctor i have been to in alabama told me they know nothing about Fibro. So i am unsure where to go from hereView Thread
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