Well I was diagnosed with this condition about a week ago...I have had these symptoms for over 10 years...numerous doctors, surgeries and diagnoses..I am 44 years old, have always competed in sports, riding, swimming, fishing....and numerous other activities that I can no longer do without spending at least three days recovering from them...I had another surgery in July, which had complications from and since then..I have had extreme pain..more so than before..I cant get any relief and unlike some of the post I see my pain does not move...I have it it my neck, shoulders, legs, arms, feet, hands, and migraines to go with it...headaches everyday...I am exhausted 24/7 I dont sleep hardly at all and when I do find something to put me out...I may sleep 12 hours or more...then wake up exhausted...I am gaining weight like crazy..but I dont hardly eat, have no appetite...and am not sedentary..I do normal things..just hurt at all times doing it...I am having a hard time with the fact that I may have to live like this for the rest of my life...I am at my witts end and do not know what to do...This is severe pain...not just aches..but I have trouble getting up and down off bed, out of chairs, even to go potty is a chore...I have several other things wrong and dr. says it could all be because I have this disease...any suggestions...they think I am depressed...I am just angry...angry that I cannot function...cant work...I dont know what to do...View Thread
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