About Me: Female, Atlanta, GA, member since Jul 2008
I am 27 years old, and now have had FMS for a year. It happened right after a slip and fall. My mother also has FMS, which reared its ugly head after a car crash. I could have never imagined how personally tormenting this condition is! I knew she was hurting, but there'
[More]s nothing like actually having to walk in someone's shoes. I've heard people say the most stupidest things to me to "encourage me" in this short time. We have to remember that they don't know what it's like...and God forbid they have to go through what we go through. They'd probably lose their minds! So remember...always take what said with a grain of salt, and remember they mean well(hopefully).
I just read the post that you did last year about the shaking with the fibro. Mine just stared being really bad and I am seeing a neuro as well as my pcp and rheu. I get to do the brain scan on Tue and am a little freaked out. Your note helped a lot.
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