Hopefully someone can help. I have been diagnosed with fibromyalgia, but I don't think this is what is going on now...I have headaches for years, several bulging discs in lumbar, cervical fusion at C5-C7, hysterectomy, rremoval of gallbladder, just to start. I now have headaches all the time, fatigue (I have caught myself falling asleep at work), muscle spasms, IBS, depression, pain all over, and now (for the last 6 months) I have had SEVERE muscle tensing in my legs and arms. I have to actually mentally relax them much of the time. they are not twitches I have them as well, these muscles will be tense for several seconds or longer. I am scared. Not sure if it is MS, Lupus, ALS, or nothing. If anyone has a clue I would appreciate all the help you can offer. I currently take Cymbalta, Lyrica, Vicoden, Skelexa or Baclofen (I alternate). I hurt all over most of the time. Help!
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