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01/13/2012 02:51 PM

It was just a remission...... :(

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Well, the fibro symptoms are back.....oh well....I just have to live day to day and take it just sucks.... thanks for listening

01/13/2012 03:05 PM


Hang in there. Take life 1 moment at a time! Wink

01/13/2012 03:06 PM
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Sorry that you are back in it again. Hopefully you'll have another remission soon!!

01/13/2012 03:44 PM

Hate that this has come back on you again. Are you in a state that the weather gets cold? Do the best you can. Hopeful since you know half way what to expect things won't be a big surprise. Blessing

01/13/2012 04:06 PM
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I too hate the fact that just when I think I have fibro under control, I start with a flare. And depression! I have been in a funk for the past few weeks and have to push forward. I hate feeling worthless and tired and achy, etc.. I live in New Jersey and it rain alot yesterday and its been cold and windy since then.

Over the weekend its going to be alot colder too. But one good thing, no snow since Halloween snow that took the electricity away for a few days.

01/13/2012 05:51 PM
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I think Fibro is horrible to live with on a daily basis, flare or good times.

I am sorry you are hurting again ~~~

I ve been having some extra difficulties recently myself and plan to have a serious discussion with my PCP soon or return to my Rhuemy and see what he thinks.

Possibly mine has to do with the fact that our winter has finally arrived and with a vengence ~~~ Sad

Take care of yourself, stay warm and find things to occupy your mind other than your pain ~~~


01/13/2012 10:33 PM
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Hang in there and know we are here for you...

01/14/2012 01:18 AM
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Oh darlin' I'm so sorry to hear that this has returned to your life. I pray that it doesn't come back strong and doesn't stay for long. Hugs and Love

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