Dear Jan I just read your ost to Dakota Spirit and I felt hopefull. I too am depressed about fibro,my husband feels I am too negative. I guess because I too have mutiple problems going on and know has adressed them.Even 3 hospitalizations .It is very scarey for us. The pain is severe at times for al of us and we are scared and frightened. But as you said we do have to look closely at our lives and search for hope.Sometimes I feel God has failed us by not easing this symptoms but I know he has not. Thank you for your wonderful posts and I am so thankful I remembered this site and all these wonderful friends . FranView Thread
Hi Folk i just rejoined this group. i have fms since 93 when noone knew much about it. I was recently hospitalized with cardiac arrythmias and High BP.Being controlled on meds But this last 4 days I have been in severe pain. MD put me back on celexa 10mg. I have been on Klonapin and neurotin for years but have come up with this severe flare. Unable to sleep more than 2-3 hours. Also was prescribed ambien which has has a reverse effect on me. All this anixety is bringing the BP up.Anyone have any thoughts about this. Thanks FranView Thread
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