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Hot and dry makes a difference?
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islandguy - August 27

As the fall coolness is starting to set in and the dew is now on the grass and the cars in the morning it seems to make my fibro worse.
I am wondering if there is anyone on the forum that has fibro that lives in the desert?
It seems to me that when it is dry and hot I get fewer flare ups. Thanks

 

wendyp - August 27

I live in ABQ NM and yes, my pain gets worse with colder weather. I also see a significant increase in pain when the humidity is higher than average (around 40%). I can tell that a rain storm is coming in about an hour ahead of time because my elbows and hands begin to hurt. Hope this helps.

 

JJ1 - August 27

Fall coolness? Give me some of that! I am in Florida and it is still raging hot. I think the stress of the heat is making my symptoms worse. Defnintely think weather can play a part.

 

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