I Hate Summer

Okay, now that I have your attention I will explain. There are many things about summer that I love: The children playing outside my window, laughing and having great fun The fresh berries and vegetables, specially the ones you can pick from your own garden Flowers, though I can't get too close thanks to my …


Possible New Pain Treatment For Fibromyalgia – by Moongazer

I try to not do too many reblogs, but here I am doing three in a row! For anyone who reads my blog and suffers from FM (or knows someone who does), this is good news. I pray that further study will prove its merit and that Canada won’t take its usual time in approving it.

Chaos, Cats and Chronic Pain

Spain seems to be leading the way recently as it was also a Spanish team that made the mitochondrial discoveries.

But a new form of pain relief too….Go Spain!!

Article HERE

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Fibromyalgia Awareness Day- May 12 by K-Mimi

This is such a good piece on FM Awareness. I learned some important things about my own condition here including an explanation for some of the pain I have been having lately. There are no “facts” here, just an honest account from a fellow sufferer. Thanks to Moongazer at Chaos, Cats and Chronic Pain for reblogging this or I might not have found it.


Today, May 12th is Fibromyalgia Awareness Day. I know many people don’t know much about it. The commercials for the drug Lyrica, that I see on television from time to time, say fibromyalgia  is overactive muscle pain, but that doesn’t give it justice. Fibromyalgia is a life changer. It’s a fun taker, It’s a relentless pain giver. Taking one pill, 99% of the time, doesn’t help. I’ve tried Lyrica and my result was 70 pounds of weight gain. Needless to say, I couldn’t stay on it. I have a bag filled with medications, and I still have pain.

These are some of my symptoms: headaches, nerve pain, back pain, chronic fatigue, neuropathy,  irritable bowel syndrome, rib cage pain, carpal tunnel in both hands. I’m in pain when it’s too cold. I’m in pain when it’s too hot. I have dull pain, sharp pain, persistent pain and aching in my shoulders…

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