fasttimeport posted: I am a 36 year old female with three boys. I have fibro and a unknow muscle disorder That causes may muscles to spams so bad I lock up and can not walk . I can see the spames craw up my leg and something jaw spams and locking. I have live with it for 8 years now. It is getting worse and as of the last two year I can feel it spam in my heart now. This last week I was taking to the ER because I could don't stop the spams the meds. This time was bifferent because I lost scence of everything around me and lost focus on anything seveal times. I my getting wores and don't know what to do .I have too much meds and too much pain. I am at the point I would just like to pass on. But I have my boys hold me to life. The ER was mean as always. They always say it is panic attack. But I am clam their is not panic. I just breath hard due to the pain and the spam in may jaws. I am so tied of them treating me as a panic attack. They give me somemuch stop the spams and send me home where after the meds wear off I back in the same shape. I am so tired of people not understanding. And not having a clue does anyone have my problem that can help.View Thread
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