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Weather related symptoms
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Janet Gannon - August 1

Does either hot weather or cold weather have any advantage for fibro sufferers?

 

Chris2 - July 17

Both extremes seem to bother me.

 

Margaret - July 18

I find that the cold flares me up. I used to live in Michigan and the winters were rough. Three years ago I moved to Las Vegas. I don't have as many flare ups here.

 

Kim - July 22

We have had extreme heat (over 100 degrees) for the past few weeks here in the Los Angeles valley area. I seem to be bothered with more flare ups since this weather came on.

 

Jennifer - July 28

Hi, I'm new here, but I thought I'd give some input. Like Chris2 said, both extremes bother me, but also humidity levels. Like, I'll feel better if it's hot, but if it's hot plus humid, I'm out, but cold is just as bad...which is horrible for someone who used to love winter.

 

Teresa - July 30

I haven't had flares with temp changes but I have noticed I'm more intolerent to cold temps then I used to be. Warm temps seem to make me feel better. If I can, I like to lay in the sun. Sometimes I can't because I get a bad rash that doesn't go way for months! Warm bathes, showers, or better yet hot tubs help me.

 

Lynne - July 30

Both have their effects on me as well as incoming storms in the summer .. must be the low pressure, when hurricanes get close I have flare-ups until they have passed.
Oh how about the frozen food section in the supermarket I can not stay in that section for long.

 

annemarie garden - August 1

I suffer very bad sweats in the heat and feel achey when its damp so i do think fibro is affected by the weather

 

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