Just wondering if Fibromyalgia symptoms include being unsteady on your feet and stumbling and tripping over your feet all the time, as if you can’t lift your feet high enough when you walk? Five weeks ago my neurologist took me off Sifrol and placed me on Paxam. Since then I trip over my feet because I can’t seem to lift them high enough and so I stumble. I also feel unsteady on my feet. Is this a Fibromyalgia symptom that maybe was being controlled by the Sifrol? Or is… read more
I don’t get this often. The last time was around November of last year and I have it again now. My eyebrow area is tender to touch and a pressure feeling behind eye. Just on the right side though. I’ve already had two MRIs, and multiple eye tests with everything coming back negative. Even tried a nerve block and different headache medication to see if that would help but nothing did. It finally went away after a few weeks but now it’s back.
At that time I was on a large dose of modified release Zomorph which was helpful in controlling my pain, however my GP has been lowering my dose each month and now I have lost my job with our NHS here in the UK. Can anyone advise me on what to do about this? Gentle hugs to you all. Xxx
I'd like to ask something. Does anyone have swelling and pain in their wrists just like arthritis but no arthritis at all? Its only a fibro symptom?
been suffering with FM for over 30 yrs. I am a white male aged 76. I went to doctor to renew my medical marijuana card in PA. told him that I have a MRSA infection in my body. he said that this could be the cause of my FM. any internal long-term infection could be the link to FM. Have you every heard of this before? How can I check it out?
The Coimbra protocol is taking high levels of vitamin D and is seeing incredible results. There are other things you have to do as well but was wondering if anyone has tried it. I’ve seen people talking about it turning their lives around! Thanks for any info you have!
I was wondering if anyone has had any experience with Ashwagandha? It's suppose to help balance Hormones and manage stress and may other benefits.
Lately my lower back into the back upper portion of my hips is hurting continually. Sometimes it burns, but most of the time just aches. This is a new one for me. My back has not been a troublesome area, and my upper back is fine. Is lower back and upper hip pain common for anyone? Thanks.
Sorry for another breathing question, but when I go to bed I feel like I’m struggling to breath, especially when I lay on my left side. I also feel like I try to take more deeper breaths in a day than is usual. Almost like I feel like I’m not getting adequate oxygen in. Has anyone else experienced this?