I got diagnoised with chronic fibro in 2009 suffered with its for years before diagnoises... My life took a turn,I attened the pain clinic he told me I would end up in a wheel chair if I didn't chill out is this tru?.. I am nearly 35 and have 3 children and a husband with Metabolic syndrome, when can I chill out.. I do suffer with P.T.S.D, Diabetes type 2, T.L Epilepsy, Inflamed bladder, Kidney problems,IBS, Astma & alot of infections, the list goes on... I wake up thinking another day another grind, but I plod on, what choice do I have it gets me down and I cry alot people ask me whats wrong and I say oh nothing just having a moment, how can you tell someone something if they dont relate, I have even been looked at like dirt in the past so I am weary..... Everyday is different living with chronic fibro.. I have even been tested for Lups, which took 2 years to get the appointment for, had MRI scans Xrays the lot... My body is very stiff, aches all the time, shooting pains as well and there intense makes me grit my teeth, does anyone else get these?? I walk like a robot sometimes and my short term memory makes me feel like my cheese is sliding of my cracker, I would be having a convo, then forget what I was talking about so frustrating :/... Does anyone else get this with their fibro?... I know I have rambled on and I'm sorry but got to ask does anyone else get these symptoms with fibro.. 1...Wakes up in the morning feeling like you had 20 shots of vodka in their sleep? 2... Walks robotic due to the stiffness and pain? 3....Clicking and snapping bones constantly? 4... Cleaning the house feels like you have had 2 rounds with Mike Tyson? Any kind of chore.. 5.... The shakes or jitters, hot then cold? I would love to hear from other fibro patients I feel so alone with the illness... All I really know about having chronic fibro is that it hurts and would not wish it on my worse enemy... Look forward to hearing from you kind regards Dayna
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