About Me: Female, 32, baxter, TN, member since Jan 2013
i am 28 i believe. my fibro fog has always been the worst for me. ive had symptoms since i was a child, somewhere around 12 id guess. i always called them shooting pains. and i could describe exactly how it felt, yet dr after dr told me it was just growing pains. come t
[More]o find out, its neuropathy all over. I have chronic pain and fatigue. my number one fantasy is just to go to sleep. just get good sleep. i daydream about sleep all day. im really really tired when the sun is out. my back is jacked thanks to scoliosis. had ovarian cancer so all my lady bits are gone so, theres that. suffer from ptsd too. on a good note, i have two great children, one is special needs. shew...that about sums it up for me i think.
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