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Chloe Gibb May 19
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Steph May 15
Really hard during flare ups to not end up in floods of tears and very down. Chronic illness is so tough
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Olga Chronics 💜 May 18
My body: it’s hot, you need to take off your jumper. My body 10mins later: it’s cold.
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Marina May 16
This is exactly how you feel with
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Bluebird Care May 16
Could you get through a busy day on just '20 spoons of energy'? Here's what it feels like to live with ...
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sian eedy May 21
Animals are the best therapy for illness. xxxx
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Nerve Restore 2h
Have you checked out our testimonials page via our shortcut on our site? If not you definitely should! Hear from people that struggled with chronic pain find relief from our cream! Head to the link in our bio to find out more.🙌🏼
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Chris✞chronicpainDAD May 23
Worse flare ever for me. I’m still not out of it but doing better. My son was attempting to call 911 I told him Dad will be ok. They’ve never seen me cry so much. I have never had it this bad. Don’t know how many times I can handle it.
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hazel kirman May 23
It's a debilitating cruel thing but we are stronger with good support
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FM by ProHealth 12h
The pain and fatigue of fibromyalgia are almost overwhelming.
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Marsha Marsha Marsha 13m
Its real the need for human interaction! I crave it often. Sadly I can only do short interactions.
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Vintage Rita  Rose 4h
Fibromyalgia is a constant battle however I am positive and I win .
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Emma ✌️ 7h
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Vintage Rita  Rose 3h
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Chris✞chronicpainDAD 9h
fog,” which refers to cognitive dysfunction, is also one of the most common symptoms of . Cognitive issues can affect how you communicate and think, along with your memory, both short-term and long-term.”
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NIH Women's Health May 22
is a chronic disorder that causes widespread pain, often interfering with the ability to perform everyday activities. Between 80 and 90 percent of people with fibromyalgia are women. For more information, visit .
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FM by ProHealth May 15
No, it's not indigestion and no, getting out more will not make it go away. Fibromyalgia is a real disease.
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WHY Fibromyalgia May 19
Did you know court comfirms Fibromyalgia as a long term disability
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MyFibroTeam May 23
Meet supportive, caring people who also have on MyFibroTeam:
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⚔️ Heather Rae 🏳️‍🌈 #WeAreStarfleet | #CBS&Shill 8h
My new doctor recommended I join a support group for my and while I appreciate the suggestion, support groups are nothing new to me and are worse for my mental health than beneficial. At this point I’ve tried everything out there to help prevent and manage my pain.
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