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Fibro_niks - June 17

I was diagonised with B12 and D deficiency some months backs.b12 last year and D this year january
I have terrible anxiety,panic attacks and muscle pain,bone pain,nerve pain.
I also have muscle twitching at various places
I have low back pain,severe leg pain gets worse onthe onset of periods
i have been having burning sensations in the feet.
Sometime cold sometime hot burning.
My blood work is good...Vitamins level good
Lil elevated thyroid no need to worry though
my xray is good too..
My doc wants me to do a MRI...I think he is just cashing on my case.
because i have had burning sensation,muscle twitch and headahce...
As one doc had diagonised me ith Fibro..
But that was before my D deficiency
Please help me i dont understand a thing
please advise me
i have heel pain,thigh pain,back pain,muscle twitchs,and burning sensation in feet,sometime face and shoulders.
My shoulder head the neck side hurts too


Fantod - June 17

OK - here we go - Fibromyalgia (FMS) is a malfunction of the central nervous system. The mechanism that causes the problem is not understood. There is no cure, but it can be managed. Essentially, your pain receptors get stuck in the "on" position and stay there.

Your symptoms sound like fibromyalgia to me. Your post says that one doctor diagnosed you as having FMS. A vitamin D deficieny would certainly add to or give you FMS like sysmptoms. I am wondering if this doctor prescribed anything for your problems? If not, you need to see someone else right away. Go to the National Fibromyalgia Association website and ask them for a referral to a fibro-friendly doctor in your area.

To manage FMS pain, it is imperative that you get some degree of proper deep sleep. Most people with FMS are prescribed amitriptyline or some other sleep medication. Your muscles can not repair themselves without deep sleep. The less restorative sleep you get, the higher your pain levels will go. It is very difficult to break a pain cycle when it has gone on uninterrupted for some time.

Only certain classes of prescribed medication work for FMS. You should be on Cymbalta, Savella or Lyrica to help manage your pain issues. In addition, it sounds like you may need gabapentin for nerve pain based on the burning sensations and so on.

You need to follow up with the B12 and vitamin D issues too. I'd lay my hands on any and all test results you have had thus far and take them with you to the rheumotologist. You'll save some time and tests.

When you see the rheumy, take someone with you. A second set of ears is good when you are under stress and maybe not listening as carefully as you would otherwise.

And, I'd like to recommend that you take some time to read through the posts on this site and the information on the lefthand side of this page in the blue boxes. This is the best site out there for comprehensive information on this difficult syndrome. If you have any further questions or concerns, please ask. We are all here to share and helo one another. Take care and let us know how you are doing.



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