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tired all the time
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kasper - April 8

No matter what medicines I take or exercises I do, I hurt all the time.

 

Nancy - May 16

Me too.

 

Karen - July 7

I know thw feeling. But you will have better days ahead. Sometimes it does plateau so you don't hurt so much. I have taken every medication underthe sun and haven't found one that works any better than the other. I have irritable bowel syndrome, so it is hard for me to take meds without ripping my stomach apart. hnag in there. One day at a time is all we can do.

 

Cindy - July 9

I am 17 years old with this and I have found that swimming, smooth,slow,and steady laps greatly helps with muscle relaxation especially if you're able to do it in the morning or after you have dinner shortly before you go to bed. I really suggest this to anybody who has FMS. I feel for everybody with this. Have a good day!

 

dj - January 14

I'm just glad to hear someone else hurts. The rhuematologist told me for years that fibro doesn't impact your life. Needless to say, I'm now going to look for a new dr.

 

Jean - January 15

Hi Kasper: Yes Fibro does impact your life. It's a life changing experience and until you can find that balance of exercise, medicne and doctors it will take time to get to be balanced once again. It can happen it will just take time.

 

lilly - April 7

Ditto..... i also hurt all the time. No matter what medication i have been given and no matter what exercise routine i have done. However, as Karen mentioned you will find a plateau when the pain isn't chronic

 

lilly - April 7

Ditto..... i also hurt all the time. No matter what medication i have been given and no matter what exercise routine i have done. However, as Karen mentioned you will find a plateau when the pain isn't chronic. As the years go by the learning will begin. It will be a lonely journey but you will get there in the end.

 

Kim - April 8

I was diagnosed last year and after trying different meds, I think I found that Celexa works for me. I am also exercising and although I hurt more at first like the doctor said, I am now having some relief of the severe pain and have a little more energy. I do find that stress with my job brings on the symptoms more so I am trying relaxation techniques given to me by my doctor and it seems to be working.

 

GinnyB - October 16

I'm fortunate that I don't have much pain, but I'm tired all the time. This morning after my shower and eating breakfast while reading the paper I was so exhausted I couldn't do much but lie on the couch all day. Does exercise really help fatigue? GinnyB

 

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