Hoping for a wonderful day for everyone

Morning All. As the seasons start changing I find my fibromyalgia starts acting up. It's depressing. Woke early because back and neck and hands hurting. I never know if it is fibromyalgia or the OA or both. Deep sleep seems to never happen, anymore. Between my fibromyalgia and my husband's MS I am not sure sometimes which way to go. Hoping that the day gets better.

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  • I hope so too.

    Try to have a relaxing day

  • Thank you. I know once the sun comes up all will be better. Feeling sorry for my self at the moment.

  • I hate to hear that ad I find hot weather worse for me.I hope the UK has some more warm days as everyone there seems to do better that way!! Take care . Peck.🐤

  • Hi my friend

    I sincerely hope that you are feeling as well as you possibly can be today? I know exactly where you are coming from as I have Fibro and my dear wife (Julie) has MS. She has Primary Progressive and has deteriorated a great deal this last couple of years.

    The weather forecast for the UK for the next couple of days is warmth and sunshine, so hopefully you will get a couple of good days in? Fingers crossed for all of us. I want to sincerely wish you and your husband all the best of luck, and please take care of yourselves.

    All my hopes and dreams for you

    Ken

  • Thank you, but we are in SC, USA. And we are still in August weather summer - with a 3 day teaser - enjoyable. It seems my fibromyalgia is very much weather controlled as is the OA. Changes hurt - once weather settles I am ok and can enjoy. Constant changes of weather - barometer up and down affects me and my hubby. I commiserate with you and your wife. It is hard when you want to help your mate and it is all you can do to hold yourself together. Most times I feel quilty because he pain/problems I cannot even know. He was diagnosed in 2004 because we went to doctor because of his back. Then in 2005 diagnosed with trigential neuralgia on left side of his face. TN because of MS. Never stopped. Well bent your ears enough. Thank you for answering me yesterday. Sometimes one feels all alone. "It never quits".

  • Please take care of yourselves. :)

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