I was diagnosed with fibromyalgia 27 years ago and believe me when I say I feel your pain! Have you been ckd for fibromyalgia. You need to see a reputable Rheumatologists to make a proper diagnosis. Ask for a lyme test also. With ticks born illnesses on the rise its best to be safe. The best test to have is the Western blot test. There is only 1 lab in the states and the results are way accurate. Fibro can mimic so many illnesses, that's why its best to rule them out. The best way to tell if its fibro is to have someone push on all you pressure points (listed on a chart on this web sight)if you have 11 or more that feel like a bad bruis, chances its fibro witch can cause a lot of your problems.Burning pain wich is unique to fibro. Your first step is see your doctor and have him refer you to a rhuematoligist and keep me posted.View Thread
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