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Thursday, February 10, 2011

Went for a good walk and evan jogged a few blocks...felt good! Left leg is still so tight behind the knee...had to stop for intermittent stretches! I have to get to the bottom of this problem...has been holding me back for to long! Had thyroid checked and it is fine @ 1.00mg. Doc said that I should get a full physical and that I could have fibromyalgia??? This was not my reg doc and I think my real doc does not believe in this condition!?! So my question is if I have an imaginary problem...can I train though it like it's not there!?! That would be nice!
I'm thinking that it may have something to do with minerals maybe not enough calcium or magnesium which can cause muscle tightness or I am out of alignment...I do exercise and stretch to correct this as per: phisio...maybe not enough?!
I guess the thing to do is book the exam and ask for x-ray ect...I sooo want to get past this and GET GOING...must try to have more faith in medical system!?! emoticon
So no fibromyalgia ~ soreness and injury caused by muscle imbalances in pelvis,hip knee and of course posture...I Know I'm on the right track...training errors are so disappointing!!! HOWEVER...I am going to learn from this and push myself in a new direction...looks like I will hit the pool for cardio and taking a bodywork class for Cranky hip/knee 2X a wk...and man did I feel it yesterday! ! ! (in a good way) emoticon
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    emoticon Good luck
    2475 days ago
    fibromyalgia is a very real condition. I do not have it myself but my mother does and she has no history of mental illness and has never complained of ever being sick..never had to take a pill...not even so much as a tylenol for a headache. Get it checked out and see....but just because one doctor doesn't believe in something doesn't take away the fact that it is real...let us know how it works out for you
    2476 days ago
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    The sooner, the better. Good luck!
    2476 days ago
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