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Chronic Allydonia

Chronic Allydonia

Does anyone else suffer with 24/7 all over burning skin pain, I have this pain all over my body, it drives me to sever depression episodes
I trialled the usual meds to try help it, to no avail. And am on tramadol for it now which is helping to make My t quality of life a bit better
Does anyone else have any suggestions on what can be done to ease this pain or even..... Get rid of it....Lol!!!. Dreams are free right lol.
It is one of my biggest symptoms and I've had the chronic skin pain for 4… read more

A MyFibroTeam Member said:

I use heated throw and heat pads when i burn. I know it sounds terrible, but it does help me. Also use s cream called NeuroSooth, by Resonant Botanicals. It helps some, doesn’t take it all away. Also use medical really helps me. Hope you can find some relief, burning is so miserable.

posted 7 days ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

You mentioned about your blood being acidic , I just finished an amazing book about how acidity causes inflammation & how we need to make sure 80 percent of our diet is alkaline she even tells you what foods to eat and what herbs etc you can take . It’s called Self Heal By design . By Barbara O’Neill . Has great recipes in also .

posted 8 days ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

I used to feel like my entire skin on my body was burning until I went gluten free when I found out I had Celiac disease. It only comes back if I get contaminated.

posted 3 days ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

I’m sorry 😞. I too tried Amitriptalyine worked great for pain , energy and helped a little with sleep too but side effects intolerable so not taking anything right now . I have heard and read about low dose naltrexone LDN and it’s supposed to have hardly any side effects , it’s not a pain med or an antidepressant. I just called my local compounding pharmacy to see if they do it and what dr,s they use and mine was one of them 👍😊. I’m very excited to try it as it sounds too good to be true .
Have you heard of it or tried it?

posted 9 days ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

Maybe a nerve med? Like gabapentin or lyrica?

posted 9 days ago
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