Is it wrong to pity myself? I feel bad whenever I say I am in pain, like I complain too much.. I just recently realized that I am not even 16 yet and I am taking six pills in the morning and four at night. It scares me.. Two of the medications are anti-depressants and three are pain relivers.. Can you tell me what medications you take and the symptoms they cause you? I am on cymbalta and rabutim plus naproxen joint suplements and over counter meds..View Thread
thank you and i am i do a lot of research. its jus hard not being able to talk to people who accually go through the pain as well. When i went to the speacaltist my family and i believed i had rheumatoid arthritis but the doc said it was fibromyalgia and loose ligaments in my joints so it increases the pain. I really apprecaite being able to be able to talk to you guys because i know you can understand me better than people who dont have it.. thank you agian.View Thread
Hello.. my name is Jofrances, and I am 15 years old.. I was diagnosised at 13. and even for my young age i have more complications that cause even more pain. I know that things will get better but all i can see is right now. the pain that is always there.. all over and in my joints.. please will someone help me and give me tips for holding on?View Thread
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