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Welcome Jenna and all the best on your Spark People journey.

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emoticon JENNA. I, AS I AM SURE THAT ALL OF US HERE ON THIS TEAM, SURE DO UNDERSAND JUST HOW YOU FEEL. PLEASE KNOW THAT ALL OF US ARE HERE FOR YOU, WHEN EVER YOU NEED.

emoticon HAY EVERYONE, I FOUND A BOOK THAT I THINK YOU ALL MIGHT BE INTERESTED IN. I FOUND IT WHILE SEARCHING FOR BOOKS ON MY KENDLE. IT IS CALLED "FIBERMYALGEA FOR DUMMIES". I HAVE LEARNED A BIT, AND HAVE READ ONLY A COUPLE OF CHAPTERS SO FAR. AT THE VERY LEAST, IT IS INTERESTING.

emoticon I'VE GOT A BUSY DAY TODAY. ME & BOTH MY DD'S ARE GOING TO THE HAIR SALON TODAY, THEN I HAVE TO GO OVER TO THE NEXT CITY FROM OUR AND GET MY YOUNGEST HER STATE ID. SHE HAS A MILITARY ID, BUT IT HAS EXPIRED. HAVE TO GO TO A BASE TO GET IT RENEWED, AND I JUST DO NOT HAVE THE TIME AND/OR ENERGY TO DO THAT AT THE MOMENT. I'M PRETTY SURE THAT YOU ALL UNDERSTAND HOW THAT IS.

THE 3 OF US WILL PROBABLY STOP AT SUBWAY FOR LUNCH.......AS THEY HAVE CHOICES OF FOOD THAT ARE NOT LADEN WITH FAT AND CALORIES.

OK YOU ALL, HAVE A WONDERFUL THRUSDAY.

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HAPPY 2014. MAKE IT A FUN & HEALTHY YEAR!

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8/29/13 1:35 A

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Hi All!
I just joined in a few days ago. Like all of you I suffer from Fibro as well as depression, chronic migraine. Things haven't been fun. I stopped working at a job I was with for last 10 years since Feb of this year. I really haven't been doing anything since. Just drop and pick up the kids to and from school, and household things. I am not even able to clean the house, which my husband does on the weekends. I have been on cymbalta, lyria, gabepentin, amitripyline, and few others. I don't really know which of them helps... but I have been on amitripyline for I want to say a year or so and that helps with sleep. I still have a difficult time falling a sleep but amitripyline help me stay a sleep and not feel pain. I used to be in pain and actually feel it most of the time while sleeping. so it was like I was half a sleep and half awake.
Daily aches and pain is always there... : (

My depression was getting bad and now seeing a behaviorist and psychologist which suggested this SP. I am trying to lose the weight that I gained, which is about 35 lbs and to get active again for my kids (3 kids; ages 15,13, & 3), all boys.

I want to continue with SP to keep me in track and my goal is to log in everyday. Wish me luck and I wish everyone painless days...

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Welcome to the team Teenys mom. All the best on this SparkPeople journey.

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Welcome Teenys mom.
It sounds like you have a lot on your plate. That kind of stress alone can bring on fibromyalgia. I developed it over a 3 year period where I lost my dad when he was only 57, then lost 2 babies through miscarriage.
I went to several doctors until I finally found one who knew how to diagnose fibro. Within a few weeks I felt like a new person!
He prescribed low dose Elavil (50mg) to help me get more REM stage sleep. He also recommended Claritin for my constant rhinitis, and Prilosec for my GERD. He also recommended fiber and I now take Lexapro to fight depression. This works quite well for me. I am retired now but worked as a speech therapist in the public schools for 40 years. I still have a lot of pain in my shoulders, neck, and hips but I still walk at least 10,000 steps a day. The walking really helps me control some of the pain. Maybe you've tried these already
I've thought about trying Cymbalta but it's side effects seem worse than my symptoms!



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HELLO BEJAY, GBOOZER & DUSTY.......... emoticon

I'VE BEEN TAKING 90 MG OF CYMBALTA A DAY FOR FOUR YEARS NOW. IT DOES HELP A BIT WITH THE PAIN, BUT NOT NEARLY AS MUCH AS I'D LIKE IT TO. AND AS FAR AS I CAN TELL, IT DOES NOT HELP AT ALL WITH THE DEPRESSION. Sadly, I CANNOT TAKE ANY ACTUAL PRESCRIPTION PAIN KILLERS, AS MY BODY REACTS BADLY TO ALL OF THEM. AND I BELIEVE THAT I HAVE TRIED JUST ABOUT ALL THE MEDICATIONS FOR DEPRESSION. THEY EITHER DO NOT WORK OR THEY MAKE ME GAIN WEIGHT. I DO NOT NEED OR WANT TO emoticon GAIN emoticon WEIGHT!!

YESTERDAY MY DD HAD FOOT SURGERY AND WE HAD TO BE AT THE HOSPITAL AT 5:00 AM. MEANING THAT WE HAD TO GET UP AT 2:50 AM. emoticon SO TODAY I AM EXTRA TIRED AND HEADACHY.

ALONG WITH FIBRO I ALSO HAVE CHRONIC FATIGUE SYNDROME. I HATE HAVING THESE TWO DISEASES. IT DOES NOT MATTER IF I HAVE DONE ANYTHING OR NOT, I AM ALWAYS TIRED, IN PAIN AND OFTEN HEADACHY.

I LIVE WITH MY DH WHO IS PHYSICALLY DISABLED AND MY YOUNGEST DD WHO IS MENTALLY DISABLED. TAKING FULL-TIME CARE OF BOTH OF THEM IS A FULL-TIME, HARD & STRESSFUL JOB FOR ME. AND FOR THE NEXT WEEK MY OLDEST DD IS STAYING WITH US TILL HER POST-OP APPOINTMENT AND SHE CAN GET AROUND BETTER ON HER CRUTCHES.

WELL, I NEED TO GO GET DINNER FIXED FOR EVERYONE.....SO I GUESS THAT I SHOULD DO THAT. I'VE NOT EVEN WASHED THE DISHES FROM LUNCH YET. emoticon

OH WELL.

EVERYONE TAKE CARE OF YOURSELVES, HAVE A GOOD EVENING AND WONDERFUL SUNDAY.

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HAPPY 2014. MAKE IT A FUN & HEALTHY YEAR!

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emoticon Fibro Friends! I am so glad to see this team picking up. I have recently come back to the team. It's great to meet you all.

Cymbalta did work for me but price-wise was far too expensive. I have to get a new doc and start all over again. I hope s/he can help.

(((angel hugs))) Hope you all get some decent sleep.

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I drove my brother to the hospital at way-too-early this morning for day surgery, and now I'd like to trade places with him, stitches and all. Everything hurts like crazy and I can just about manage not to throw up. Napped an hour or so and can't sleep now. Job interview in the morning.

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8/20/13 2:21 P

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Happy Tuesday Everyone!

Had a doctor appointment yesterday afternoon where a 15 minute consultation turned into over an hour. Early that morning, the doctor was pulled for an emergency surgery, putting her behind. The staff was frazzled but in good spirits, and so was I. Making the time go by, me and two little boys discussed how much we enjoy reading. *S*

After the afternoon excitement, yesterday, I came home tired. No outdoor activity either. However today is another matter. With temps in the high 80’s today, and the 90’s forecasted for the rest of the week, my weeding may be spread out over the next few days.

For brunch today I ate smoked salmon from my future-SIL’s grandfather, a tomato and cucumber from my garden! So devine!!!! NOW! This is FOOD!!!

TEENYSMOM: Hello TEENYSMOM! I’m new to this board too. I’m also 50 years and feel like I’ve been hit by a convoy of semis, then ran rough-shod by a pack of wolves. *LOL* The fatigue is frustrating but at least my pain is managed – for now. Sharing your story is not complaining – (((((HUGS)))))

Everyone I missed today: ((((HUGE HUGS)))))


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Good morning everyone. My name is Starr. I've been with spark for 3 years now, but have just found this team. So, I hope that you all do not mind me joining you.

I was diagnosed with fibro & CFS after I had a hysterectomy in early 2009. Since then, it's been a up-hill battle. I've been on 90 mg Cymbalta a day for a couple of years. I do not see it helping my depression at all (as it is suppose to), it is helping a bit with pain. I found this out after missing a dose a few times. It does help some with the pain, but even with it I am still in a lot of pain. And as I am sure that all of you know, some days is a lot more painful the others.

I am tired and exhausted all the time. And I spend a great deal of time very hot & sweaty!! I don't ever get any really restful sleep, either because of pain or because my body won't wind down or because of my DH (I'll tell you about that in a minute). I am cranky & irritable more often then not, I'm hungry most of the time and I hate myself!

My DH is 100% physically disabled & my adult DD is mentally challenged. I take care of both of them 20/7, with only 2 days a week (one day for 5 hours, the other day for 7 hours) for DH. I do not have any help with DD and she is with me 24/7. Even on the days that a home health care aide is with DH, I am still running & doing things that have to be done. Like doctor appointment, picking up prescriptions, grocery shopping, paying bills, ect., ect.

I weigh close to 300 pounds. I was loosing a tiny bit of weight till about 6 months before I was diagnosed with fibro/CFS. Since then I have gained about 50 pounds. It hurts just to get up/down from a chair, in/out of the car, and exercising really hurts. Getting in/out of bed is no small feat either. I hate shopping of any kind, as that is also very painful. On top of the fibro/CFS, I also have a bad/painful ankle, 3 bulging disks, scoliosis & lower back pain. ANY activity, especially walking & standing, increases the pain. I am only 50 years old, but a great deal of the time I feel like I am 90!!!

Ok you all, I'll quit complaining. I don't want you all to think of me as a complainer.

I hope everyone has a wonderful day.

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HAPPY 2014. MAKE IT A FUN & HEALTHY YEAR!

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8/17/13 1:44 P

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Hello Everyone!

Productive day yesterday: weeded some of my herb/veggie garden, then hopped on the riding mower. Got much of the lawn done, but today have to push mow around shrubs and finish the front yard (riding mow). Sunday I’ll weed the flowerbeds and finish up the herb/veggie garden.

I feel a bit stiff and sore but not like before. Been on my meds 3 weeks this coming Tuesday and I cannot praise them enough. I just hope this continues as my body adapts to the medication.

TicTic63: Hello! Excellent share… I have prediabetes, and read foot neuropathy is a common problem for diabetics. DH has full blown diabetes and when making the bed I make sure the feet area of the covers is loose so no undue pressure on his toes and feet.

DustyPrairie: Hello!


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You bring up a valid pint, Tictac. Every time something happens with me I try to distinguish if it is part of fibro or if something else is going on. I have actually thought on occasion that my doc just assumes fibro related.


This would make an excellent discussion thread. I'm glad you shared that with us.

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For all that were sharing about their foot issues, before I was diagnosed eleven years ago I went to a podiatrist and he did the shots in both feet. A lot of pain with little relief. So I have had the foot issues all along, steadily getting worse. But something did not seem right when I
rubbed my feet on the sheets at night it felt like bee stings all over. I asked for the doctor to check my blood sugar and it was too high. I think many of our doctors, and even we, decide it is the fibro. Never hesitate to check things out. There a lot of maladies connected to fibromyalgia, including diabetes. I am no doctor, just investigate the facts.

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Stopping in to say hello.

The more I declutter, the happier I get.

Made a mango salsa for dinner to go with coconut shrimp and zuchinni pancakes. Seems like everytime I have wanted to make the shrimp we had other leftovers that would have to be eaten. Finally a handle on the icebox, too!

I like meals that you can make a little at a time, especially on those days when all you can do is 5 or 10 minutes here and there.



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Good Monday, friends. I was actually sleeping. The next thing I knew hubby was getting up for work. Six hours. Tonight I'll be in bed at 8 so I can try for 8.

My plan for the day is to clean the den. So much clutter. Papers mostly. I believe that clutter is a stressor, and stressors contribute to flares. it's a win-win.

emoticon Think beach!

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the weather is cooler at night and i am sleeping better.

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emoticon Hi Fibro Friends. How are you all doing today?

It's cooler here today. mid 70's. What a relief! Many of you know how heat effects us.

(((gentle hugs))) -Bri



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8/7/13 3:26 P

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Went to the doctor today. Lost ten pounds in the last six weeks.

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I'm sleeping a little better. How are you all doing?

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I used to get that pain on the bottom of my feet. Sometimes, now, they just don't have feeling. Of course they do diabetic testing. The worse is the cramping these days.

Yesterday I started out in such a fog. I couldn't get my balance. Hubby suggested going to town with him. He thought the fresh air would do me good. It took several hours but it lifted. I was able to get into the little pool and do 30 min of water exercises. I felt good but stayed on the couch the rest of the day with the exception of making dinner.

Speaking of which, I smoked a piece of salmon on the stovetop smoker. Do you have one, or have you ever used one? I love mine. I need to use it more often.






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I have a high pain threshold but the injection almost took me to my knees. Then the Dr. would have had to worry about something else. (LOL)

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Well, I can't afford that, but I had some credit at Amazon and got some good walking shoes. It's gradually getting better.

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Yep, I have had that too. Had 2 steroid injections in the sole and won't ever have that again. Not sure which is worst!! But I don't have don't have that pain any more unless I abuse the foot:):)D

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Slow & steady makes a winner of us. Even if we hit pitfalls, get up. Know that a new day is right around the corner.
Try to be all that you can be. Work at it a day at a time.

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8/3/13 1:06 A

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You did well. I have plantar fasciitis in one foot, so I know about pain, but walking is still my best exercise.

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Went to my volunteer job today and beside working the front reception desk, I am learning how to do mail, which is deliver and pick up interdepartment mail. We have 15 clinics an ER/UC, lab & imaging depts. to walk through. Quite the walk and did it in 45 mins. My poor feet still burn but have to live with it!! (nerve pain in the feet).

Eileen

Slow & steady makes a winner of us. Even if we hit pitfalls, get up. Know that a new day is right around the corner.
Try to be all that you can be. Work at it a day at a time.

"Be not afraid of going slow; be afraid if standing still" (Chinese Proverb)

With God all things are possible.

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Slept through an important piece of work - there go my groceries :-(

Glenda

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How are things with you today? Better here. I've actually been able to get some sleep and to get a little exercise in. I had fatigue this morning but it seems to have lifted. This is such a crazy thing to have.





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I'm still in that 5 or ten minute at a time mode. Do a little something, rest, do another little something, etc. I think getting back on track will help tremendously. It's like starting back at the beginning. The mind is willing but not the body. Thankfully little pain.

I am so grateful for my little pool. It's so helpful to even walk around in it. Refreshing, too. This sounds funny, but I take a mesh kitchen strainer and skim it. Good arm exercise.

Have a sparkly day, FibroFriends. emoticon





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I think I walked a mile today, which is a lot for me. Saw the baby and my parents, and now tons of work to finish before a 2am deadline.

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It did rain a couple times in the early morning. Nice today. I got a couple projects done today even though the weather is causing aches. Wanted to get the kitchen "fall" cleaned and even did the sweeping of the ceiling while hubby did windows in the living room, dining room and kitchen. Good feeling to have those areas done! Will work on the floors tomorrow. Otherwise all is quiet here. Have a great day tomorrow to all!

Eileen

Slow & steady makes a winner of us. Even if we hit pitfalls, get up. Know that a new day is right around the corner.
Try to be all that you can be. Work at it a day at a time.

"Be not afraid of going slow; be afraid if standing still" (Chinese Proverb)

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Only 1 week until school starts for the kids. Having been out of town for a couple weeks, we now have to fit everything that needs to be done before school into a short amount of time. In other words, it doesn't matter how I feel, the crap still needs to get done. At least my kids helped me make a schedule for it.....

Today - finish up unpacking and laundry, do some cleaning and yard work, and help my son work on the summer reading project which is due on the first day of school.

Restarting on 7/29/13 after using (or not using as the case may be) other tracking methods for a few years.


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Rainy night and morning adds to the FM discomfort. Not too anxious to do anything today!! Therefore don't have much chitchat for now. Hope you all have a great day!

Eileen

Slow & steady makes a winner of us. Even if we hit pitfalls, get up. Know that a new day is right around the corner.
Try to be all that you can be. Work at it a day at a time.

"Be not afraid of going slow; be afraid if standing still" (Chinese Proverb)

With God all things are possible.

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See my niece and grandnephew, and sleep, in some order.

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It was foggy here yesterday and I had the worst fibro pain ever!! I knew rain could make me hurt, but that was ridunkulous!!

I am having blessed day, I hope you do too!!

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emoticon Hope you are having a blessed day.

Just a couple more of July. It's been a month, that's for sure. I'm trying to make the most of what's left of the month. Cleaning 5 minutes at a time. Better than nothing, but that's life with the monster.

Once a month there Is a huge yard sale at Fort Carson the first Saturday. It's incentive to get rid of more clutter. emoticon

What are you all doing today?

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