FIBROMYALGIA NOT THE END OF THE WORLD, BUT AN INVISIBLE DISEASE, (Still not recognized by most Dr's. CAN BE TREATED, BUT ITS LIFETIME SEARCH

FIBROMYALGIA NOT THE END OF THE WORLD, BUT AN INVISIBLE DISEASE, (Still not recognized by most Dr's. CAN BE TREATED, BUT ITS LIFETIME SEARCH

Ive had fibromyalgia for many.many years. I was finally diagnosed after almost 20 years.

Great? Not really since I could get no information on it or any help with medications .

Now, there is much help and resources . I am taking low dose naltrexone, which reduces symptoms and cuts flareups by about 58%. I suggest everyone check it out.

Hoped that helped and keeping spirits up is very important. Enjoy life and search for answers. ❤️

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  • Hi

    I work in a prison in a small unit there are 3 of us that

    Have this fibro, we are all on different medication

    For me I have learnt to live with it I take slow release

    Tramadol twice a day, it takes the edge off also cymbalta

    I have tried lots of things and nothing really works,

    One of the people I work with has tried naltrexone,

    It is used a lot where I work as it helps to take drug

    Addicts off addictive drugs. This was used for a time

    By my friend for a time and it did work but not for very

    Long she then went on to fentanyl patches which only

    Worked for a short time. She now takes pregablin which

    Does not stop all the pain only some.

    I will not go into what my other work mate takes as that does

    Not take all the pain either.

    Off course every one is different, and I hope you continue

    To be pain free, myself I'm convinced that nothing works

    For me and gives me a 100 per cent pain free

    I wish you the best of luck and hope you continue to be

    Pain free

    Hugs Viv

  • Hi Viv ,

    Perfectly agree with you, however, if you re-read my post, I said LDN reduces flareups by about 58%. Nothing is forever,

    except the disease . I can live with 1/2 the flareups, and the

    duration is a few days vs. months at a time.

    I'm still searching, so anything I come across , I'll spread the word. Also just read about low magnesium and inflammation.

    Feel good and speak soon.❤️

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