Hi there I would be a little concerned about taking too many meds at one time. If you have side effects, you wouldn't know which med was causing it. I have tried Cymbalta and every NSAID out there.. neither worked for me. Right now, I'm taking nada lol.. Good luck, and soft hugs.
Sounds like you've got a good day going. Cannot wait to have grandkids, although it will be a few years. I am loving coming to this community and learning as much as I can. I hope you have an awesome day. It's supposed to be close to 80 here today and rain tomorrow. Will take the dog for a walk and clean house.. can't get much for exciting than that lol... take care everyone xView Thread
Thanks so much for all of your suggestions. It's getting worse, and am vomiting now, once a day. Have my paperwork for the clinic sent off and hopefully they will call soon for an appt. Blessings to all of you and the support you give others
Thanks everyone for the help... I need blood work done, but don't have a doctor just yet. I used to, but no longer have health insurance. I had my gall bladder out years ago, so I know it's not that. All of the girls in my family have thyroid issues, except me, although it has not been checked lately. Am hoping to get in to see the doc who sees folks with limited income and maybe get some answers. You all are wonderful!!View Thread
Does anyone else have nausea all the time? I wake up feeling sick and it comes and goes through the day. I have a prescription for phenergen which I take almost daily. Hope everyone has a wonderful weekend!View Thread
Thanks so much for you kind words. I know it will be difficult to get any benefits, but at this point I feel I have to try. I have days that aren't awful, but so many days that are. I lost my job because I missed too many days, and I can't think of another job that would be less stressful and for which I am trained. I do things to help myself, i.e., eating healthier, exercising as much as I can, etc.. I know I need to get back on my vitamin D.. my numbers are extremely low, but without health benefits, it's difficult to even get the blood work completed. I want to work, but between the mental health issues and the fibro, I just don't think I can do it. I'm happy to be here though, and I plan on paying attention to what this site has to offer... especially the folks who know what I'm going through.
Hi everyone, I hope your Easter was wonderful. I've watched this community for a while, but have never engaged. I've tried everything to ease the pain, and have never stopped working until now. I was diagnosed with bipolar disorder 13 years ago, and fibro about 5 years ago. I went from a high stress job to a low stress job, and I've found that I just can't do it anymore. My pain is intense most of the time, and I'm so tired. I've decided to pursue disability and am feeling extremely guilty that my partner will have to bring in all the income. I'm also afraid of "not working" I know that it's beneficial, especially to the brain. I just needed to say it out loud.View Thread