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sassybrat48911 - March 18

hi i was recents told i have fibromialigia and been fighting the pain for close to 2 yrs now well last few months i have no streghtnth in my hands drop things all the time and stuble at times and now i been having alot of pain in my hip and pain is going down my theighs to my legs all way down, can it be more then fibromialigia? my scre is something more, its like a bad aching dull pains in my legs, i know fibromialigia usually just in pressure points so i have concerns why its in my hips and all way down my legs and do loose my balance at times also can someone help me here please

 

Mom-Mom - March 18

HEY SASSYBRAT I KNOW EXACTLY WHAT YOUR SAYING, IT COULD BE A NUMBER OF THNGS RSL,PINCH NERVE, BURSITICS. YES TO THE PRESSURE POINTS, BUT FIBRO MAKES YOUR WHOLE BODY HURT FROM YOUR HEAD TO YOUR TOES AND EVERY WHERE IN BETWEEN. IT MESSES YOUR WHOLE BODY UP. I FOUND OUT I HAVE THE FIBRO ABOUT 7 YEARS AGO GIVE OR TAKE, I WAS JUST TOLD THAT I HAVE MS ON TOP OF THIS. THE TESTS FOR MS CAME BACK NEGATIVE BUT THE DOCTORS KEPT SEEING LESIONS ON MY BRAIN AND HAVE FINALLY SAID YES. IM NOT SAYING AT ALL YOU HAVE MS BUT I'VE HEARD ALOT OF PEOPLE SAYING WOW I HAVE FIBRO, RSL, AND NOW MS. HOW MUCH PAIN CAN A PERSON TAKE?????? HOW MUCH MEDICATION AM I GOING TO BE ON FOR THE REST OF MY LIFE. GOOD LUCK THE BEST THING THAT YOU CAN KEEP DOING FOR YOURSELF IS MOVING!!!!!!!!!

 

JOEGIRL - March 18

Hi Sassybratt, Sorry you are hurting so bad. We all know how that is on this board.
I am not sure what is going on with you besides fibro but I do know like Mom-Mom said, fibro will make you hurt all over.
I would just keep complaining to your doctor until he does some more test on you to find out whats going on.
ps,, I drop things all the time and have a hard time opening jars etc. so I know what you mean about no stregtnth in your hands.

 

Fantod - March 18

Based on your description it is probably bursitis which is common with Fibromyalgia (FMS). It is very important that you get someone to to diagnose it and then treat it. Bursitis can be very persistent. I have it in both hips and shoulders. Mine was treated with physical therapy and heat but unfortunately did not subside. Fresh pineapple has an enzyme that helps break up bursitis. I eat a fair amount of it. If nothing else, it keeps it down to more manageable roar. I'm urging you to get in to see your doctor and get them to give you some help. Take care.

 

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