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Gabby123
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   Posted 10/25/2008 9:17 PM (GMT -7)   
Hi everyone,
 
   I havent posted here in a long time but I just need someone to talk to right now.  I can't even tell you how sick I am of this pain I live in every day of my life.  I am completely heart borken over it and can't even sit through church without crying and having to run to the bathroom before anyone can see me.  I hide a lot of tears, from everyone.  Pain is a silent illness.  No one can see it, no one can feel it but you.  I think this is why I feel so alone all the time.  And this is why everyone tells me, "oh you look great" and that upsets me so much because inside I am screaming.  Not that I want to look sick, but it hurts me to think that no one can feel or understand this pain but me.  I have a severe debilitating digestive disease.  I am in chronic pain every second of the day.  The pain is in my upper body, chest,  and mostly in my throat.  I been through the run around of doctors, hospitals, surgeries, pain pills, alternative doctors, therapists, shrinks, you name it I have tried it or done it.  Nothing seems to help or even touch curing my illness.  The only time i ever get a slight relief from my pain is if I don't eat anything for a couple of days.  Everytime I swallow or eat I am in severe pain, horrible pain, debilitating pain.  It litterally feels like I am being tortured most days.  I don't know how much longer I can go on like this.  I am suffering beyond belief.  I don't know what I ever did but I wish whatever I did to deserve this I wish I hadn't done it.  All I ask is just to be able to sit down and eat like a normal person.  That hasn't happened in over 4 years, and I am loosing hope of ever getting well.  I don't really need advice, or anything, just someone to talk to.  I get so lonely living with this everyday and no one I know understands or can even begin to imagine the hell i go through everyday with this.  Thank you for reading this, if anyone can relate to anything I have written please let me know.  Thank you
 
-Gabby
 
 
Dx: gastroparesis, reflux disease, EE, depression, esophageal motility disorder, carpal tunnel, chronic pain
Meds: reglan, protonix

Chartreux
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   Posted 10/25/2008 9:34 PM (GMT -7)   
Awe Gabby, so very sorry you having a hard time.
What I hate is that cause I look a lot younger than I am, I get bad looks from people.
People don't understand "pain" because they can't see it!
when your ill with a fever, you look bad so people says hope you feel better.
when you get bumped you get a bruise people ask oh my how'd you get that...
when you have a bandage on people says hope it gets better soon.
but as for pain it's not as easy and people can't see it and they don't
understand why your not better yet.
It happens to everyone here.
But we care, so for now I'll offer up my shoulder for you to cry on,
the I'll give you soft hugz and lots of them, Then I'll tell ya I care and it's geniune.
sure hope you can get some relief soon.
Prayer for you and we all here care...................
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PAlady
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   Posted 10/25/2008 10:46 PM (GMT -7)   
Hi, Gabby,
You are definitely not alone. You can look at the thread I recently started and you'll know right away you aren't.

I know the comment about looking so good; I get that a lot - almost to the point that I want to make myself look worse so people can see what I'm feeling. Yet when I look in the mirror I can see that I've aged decades in a few years. I used to look young for my age. Not anymore.

And I also understand people seeing us look good and think we're better. I can honestly understand from the view of those who care about us that they want us to get better - no one wants that more than we do! But it's sometimes nearly impossible to communicate it to others, even those who are trying to "hear" us. That's why we come here.

I'm glad you posted, because it helps me to feel less alone, too. I wish I could do more to help.

PaLady

Pamela Neckpain
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   Posted 10/26/2008 1:38 AM (GMT -7)   
Gabby,
I have a lot of pain tonight. It's 1:30 AM. I just wanted you to know that I'm thinking of you. I know
you're in pain but I'm glad you've joined us. Stay around. I've had so much help with this isolating intractible
pain.

Post everyday so we can get to know you. Sometimes I think that there will be some kind of breakthrough
for us. There's far too many of us crying.

Take care
Pamela

Post Edited (Pamela Neckpain) : 10/26/2008 2:41:03 AM (GMT-6)


Baybreeze
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   Posted 10/26/2008 9:30 AM (GMT -7)   

((((((((Gabby)))))))) Hugs for you! I know, as well as many of us here know exactly how you feel. We can't all know what your specific pain feels like, but we know what it is like to have chronic pain and what it can be like to try to deal with it. And with that, we are all similar, so you are definitely not alone in your feelings. It's perfectly normal to go through the feelings you're going through. Usually there is sadness, depression first, then after some time, there may be anger, like why did it happen to you? Sometimes people take that anger and use it to their advantage, such as doing extensive research and becoming your own advocate for treatment. Actually demanding that  doctor really research your problem and help you try to find a resolution. It really is such a see-saw of many emotions one goes through. But again, it is perfectly normal. After the anger, then one may begin to fight back and take control of their health. Find doctors that will work with them and demand a diagnosis and help with treatment. Beliieve it or not, there are doctors out there that will work with you. I have finally found great Pain management that seems concerned and works with me to works with pain management to adjust meds to help me the best.

I know how it feels to have an "invisible illness" and when people in general think you look great, when indeed, you are actually suffering inside. I've heard it all myself. I look so good or what really irks me is "you are too young to have those problems". The general population just does not understand that anyone of any age can suffer through chronic pain, including children. Just look at Juvenille Rheumatoid Arthritis and cancer. People just don't understand unless they've gone through it themselves. If they've gone through it, then they have empathy.

I've not experienced what you have and cannot even imagine having that pain while swallowing and not being able to eat normal for so many years. People take those things to their advantage. Normal people just don't know what it's like to have to change so many facets of one's life just to exist.

I don't know if you've ever heard of the "spoon theory". If not, it was a story someone came up with that suffers with Lupus, however, it can apply to anyone  with chronic pain or "invisible illness". A woman came up with a story to relate to a normal friend about why & how she cannot do normal things. It's really a good read and a great story to print out and give to friends and family. It might make them think twice about what you are going through day to day. And they even have t-shirts and such with sayings on them. They have some great ones with perfect sayings on them! Something like this might give you some personal empowerment over your condition.

I know how frustrating it is not to find any answers. I have a great spine surgeon, but I now have alot of scar tissue buildup which is causing me problems, though he thinks some of my pain is due to my hips, which have gotten worse over the past year and 1/2. When I went to the hip specialist, he said i might have a spur in my right hip, but didn't think that was causing all my pelvic girdle and low back pain. He thought it was my spine. I've had ongoing pain, inflammation, and problems in my right ankle for over 18 years now. The podiatrist didnt' know why, but I had multiple cortisone injections, aqual therapy, various anti-inflammatories, etc....and nothing helped. Then 18 years later, I had a bad flare, saw a new Podiatrist, he actuallly sent me for x-rays (which showed nothing), then an MRI (which showed extensive damage to my ankle, which looked like I jumped off a building). I have severe arthritis, edema, and extensive tearing of a tendon. I also have bone death on my ankle bone, though I never actually injured it. So I was fitted witha  custom brace and that alone keeps alot of the pain under control. If only I had this brace so many years ago.

I have been through the depression and the 'why me' and the anger, but after so many years, I'v come to accept my issues, though don't ask me how. I've had to adjust things I do and there are many things I can no longer do, but somehow I just live around the obstacles. Your situation, however, is a bit different, in that it's affecting how or if you can eat, which is definitely not a good thing. I would say keep on trucking and though I know you've been to numerous doctors about your condition, please do NOT give up! You are your own advocate; it's your body and you have to live with it and you deserve to find out what is wrong and deserve a doctor that will work with you. So if possible, find yet another doctor. Tell that doctor exactly how your condition is affecting your life and tell them that you need a doctor to work with you and if they can't find a resolution, ask them to refer you to another specialist.

In the mean time, lots of hugs to you and I hope somehow our posts on here make you feel a little better somehow. 


Gabby123
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   Posted 10/26/2008 3:46 PM (GMT -7)   

Thank you all so much for your replies.  Thank you for caring and thank you for understanding.  Today has been a not so great day, I am honestly scared to eat anything anymore, I am back on liquids like protein shakes and other things, even though that does not even solve my problem but I am willing to try anything to get some relief from this unending pain that seems to be getting worse and worse.  I am sorry you all are suffering as well.  I know my pain is different but I can completely empathize with each of you, in that we are all tired of suffering day in and day out.  I am now back at work and it is very difficult for me to work especially since i usually don't eat most days, so I get dizzy.  But being dizzy is better than being in agony.  I haven't lost too much weight which really doesnt make that much sense to me since I never really eat much.  But, again thank you for your replies I will continue to post here on this board.  God bless all of you

-Gabby


skeye
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   Posted 10/26/2008 4:23 PM (GMT -7)   
Gabby,

I'm so sorry to hear about all the pain you are going through. While I can't relate to your specific pain, I can relate to some of the things you said about how lonely you feel & how frustrated you are. No one can see my pain either (behind my eye). My condition is so rare that no one really knows how to approach it. I have tried many different treatments, all with little or no success. I too am screaming inside. Lately I wake up not knowing how I am even going to make it through that one day. This site has definitely been a big help to me lately, as here, more than anywhere else, people can understand and sympathize and give you the support that you need. Even though we are all suffering with different ailments, we are all battling pain, so in a way we all know what the other is going through. It is so wonderful to have such a supportive group of people. So please know that we are all here for you, through the good and the bad. You'll be in my thoughts and prayers. I hope you get some relief soon!

Skeye

Gabby123
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   Posted 10/26/2008 6:52 PM (GMT -7)   

Hi skeye...so sorry to hear about your eye condition.  What exactly were you diagnosed with?  I have pain in my eyes too but its from the nerves from my throat firing up there.  That must be awful having to live with what you have, and I truely hope you get some help.  I too have a condition that is very hard to treat.  I completely understand the frustration in trying to get well but you just can't.  I too can understand of wondering how you are ever going to make it through the day.  Its such a horrible way to live but Ive been living this way for almost 3 years now.  I would do anything or give anything to be healed of this horrible affliction.  How long have you had your eye problem and what do you take for pain? 

-Gabby


skeye
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   Posted 10/26/2008 8:02 PM (GMT -7)   
Gabby,

Thanks for your concern. Eye pain is a horrible thing to live with (not that any pain isn't!!). Unfortunately there is no way to avoid using your eye. The same goes for your condition. I wish there was something I could do to help you, because thinking of being in pain every time I eat or swallow... You poor thing!

My pain is from an injury that I had several years ago. I did a lot of damage deep within my orbit. I don't have a firm diagnosis, but we believe that there is a lot of inflammation & scar tissue behind the eye & in the nerves. Unfortunately, all the tests have been inconclusive. This type of condition is typically unresponsive to most medications, and unfortunately that has been the case with me. I've tried just about every nerve medication & anti-inflammatory out there, as well as nerve blocks, with little or no results. I also take vicodin, but it barely makes a difference. I just started taking one last anti-inflammatory this week, (Limbrel, supposedly it is fairly new) and if I don't get any results from that, then pretty much all that will be left is managing my pain with pain meds. My doctors & I have tried to avoid that route as long as possible, but my pain is basically out of control at the moment & is destroying all aspects of my life. I'm hoping this medication will do the trick, but I have my doubts, as I've tried some pretty strong anti-inflammatories in the past with no effect. Either way, I'm hopefully within the next couple of weeks we will able to make some drastic change, because I'm not sure how long I can continue to keep everything together in my current state.

Skeye

Blessedx8
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   Posted 10/27/2008 7:08 AM (GMT -7)   
Gabby - Welcome back to the board, and keep posting. I wish I could offer you some thoughts, but digestive issues are literally about the only thing I haven't dealt with (other than occasional nausea/vomiting....). I really hope you feel better, though, and that others might be able to help you.
--Tina
 

 

Diagnosed with: POTS/dysautonomia; Fibromyalgia; Severe Hypertension; Hypothyroidism; Adrenal Gland Disorder; Chronic Pain - severe carpal tunnel syndrome, migraines, severe back problems, widespread muscle/joint pain....as well as depression/anxiety.

 

Current Meds: 480mg MS Contin, 90mg MSIR, Soma, Effexor and MANY other meds (heart, thyroid, etc)

Past Meds: EVERYTHING.  Fentanyl patches, Actiq (which caused $$$ in dental work), Fentora, Oxycontin, Oxycodone, Kadian, Avinza, Dilaudid and on the list goes.

 

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Gabby123
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   Posted 10/27/2008 8:55 PM (GMT -7)   
Skeye,  that sounds awful (about your eye).  I'm so sorry you are hurting so bad.  I can imagine how awful that must be to live with everyday.  I really hope the pain meds work for you.  Isn't it so hard to work when you're in pain???  I hate it, but I have to work.  Will your inury ever heal?  Or is the pain something you'll have for years from now??  I hope it can heal up.  Same with my throat, it is literally ulcerated.  It hasn't healed in over 2 years.  It scares me. 
 
Momto6..thanks for replying.  Thanks for caring.  Hope you feel better too.
 
hugs
 
Gabbs

hep93
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   Posted 10/27/2008 9:45 PM (GMT -7)   

Gabby, if your pain is mostly esophageal, have you ever considered having a feeding tube placed short-term (maybe 4-6 mos.?)  You would have to have blenderized meals or special protein drinks poured into it, but it might be a way for you to be able to heal without having to eat orally.  They do this for people with throat cancer who are undergoing radiation (it burns the throat horribly.)  Just a thought.

I hope something can be done to relieve your pain.


Hugs,
Connie
 
"But that was yesterday, and I was a different person then."
 
Alice in Wonderland, Lewis Carroll


skeye
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   Posted 10/28/2008 5:37 AM (GMT -7)   
Unfortunately no one knows. We hope that it will eventually heal, but no one knows when it will be, if ever. It's already been almost two years. And yes, it makes it nearly impossible to get work done. I'm a student, so I need my eyes now more than ever. I'm functioning at such a minimal level, but I guess at least I'm still going.

Gabby123
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   Posted 10/28/2008 6:32 AM (GMT -7)   
Connie,
 
    I have asked for a feeding tube from three different doctors and they all look at me like I am nuts.  I have tried that already and no one seems to listen to me at all.  So I've basically stopped that route. 

crohnie1985
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   Posted 10/28/2008 9:28 AM (GMT -7)   
Hi,
I understand your situation somewhat as I also have this love/hate relationship with food and eating. It's like this, anything I put in my mouth can not have any fiber, to hot ,to cold, not spicey, to much salt, can't be fried, no lactose (milk), no seeds, no nuts, to acidic, can't cause gas, to raw, to cooked, to much fat, not greasey, no caffeine, no alcohol. That is some of the things that come to mind off the top of my head, I am sure theres more. Also the amount I eat can be about the size of a kids meal at a fast food resteraunt. And I have to have a washroom nearby before I eat or drink anything as I can't tell when I will need to go. It's generaly soon after I consume anything. So for me eating/drinking most of the time is not pleasurable for me. I don't eat/drink because I want to, I just get weak if I abstain, so I just give in. later to regret how I soon feel afterwards. Yes it makes me crazy, some times I just fake eating so I fit in as most social events revolve around eating/drinking. So for me I just accept my lot and try to keep positive the best I can.
I suffer with crohn's and chronic pain for 15+ years so I just enjoy the short periods where I can handle the discomfort/pain. so you are not alone, I, like yourself do get depressed at times, thankly I have an understanding family around me to help. This website is a blessing too because people here understand.

ekkorose
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   Posted 10/28/2008 10:54 AM (GMT -7)   
Gabby,

I am sorry things are so painful and if I could, I would make all of our pain go away. It can be quite hard to have chronic pain but I could not imagine it being a GI issue! I really wish I had some sage advice or miracle cure but I can offer my support anytime you want to talk or vent about it.

Take care,
Sarrah

Hysterectomy at 25

4 laproscopic surgeries since 24

Cervical stenosis in C3 & C4

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moondancer
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   Posted 10/28/2008 2:26 PM (GMT -7)   
Gabby, I feel your pain, as I too have chronic pain and yesterday I posted on here for the first time and NOT ONE person wrote me any words of encouragement, so I was even more depressed. I know the overwhelming feelings you must be feeling. I hurt so much all day, every day. with no hope for relief. I have had both hips, both knees replaced and 4 back surgeries. am going for shoulder surgery in two weeks. I sometimes feel like I must have done something so wrong for God to let me hurt so much. I am going to a Rheumatoligist for the first time tomarrow, so I hope he can give me something for the pain. my Family doctor of 8 months, just asked me if I had seen a physciatrist, so I guess he thinks the pain is in my head. YES I have been to phsyc doctors and have taken Prozac for years. But my question to him, was what doctor in their right mind would keep replacing my joints, if it was only in my head. I really hope you are feeling better, and I will pray for all of us who have chronic pain. thanks for listening. Good Luck



Severe Degernative joint disease, Depression from pain, Hypertension, ulcers. Prozac 80 mgs, Ultram, metroprolol, lipitor,
norvasc
Bilaterla hip replacements, bilateral knee replacements, titanium spine fusion (L4-5)(4 spine surgeries)
 

Post Edited (moondancer) : 10/28/2008 3:33:53 PM (GMT-6)


PAlady
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   Posted 10/28/2008 2:40 PM (GMT -7)   
Dear Moondancer,
I'm sorry no one responded to you yesterday. I didn't see your post on the CP forum, but I can miss things. There are many great people here, but we're all hurting, too, so sometimes we all have bad days at the same time. I'd suggest starting a new topic and introduce yourself. And don't be afraid to ask openly for support - you'll see I've done it!

I also wondered - was your doctor meaning a physiatrist or a psychiatrist? I know they sound alike, but a physiatrist is a specialist in physical medicine. And if you've never seen one they can be great because they're experts in physical therapy and lots of other modalities our PCP's and even other specialists may not know much about. But often we are referring to psychologists or psychiatrists because chronic pain does cause depression (like we all don't know that!) not just because of the emotional impact, but also because part of our nervous system that relates to pain also causes depression - from a physical standpoint. I'm on an anti-depressant, along with a list of pain meds. It doesn't mean the pain is all in your head; it's in both our mind and our body - they're not separate. Having a psychologist or therapist who specializes in dealing with pain can be a good support, too, as we navigate all the doctors and treatments we need. Unfortunately, I can't even afford the co-pay for a therapist or I'd be seeing one myself.

Hope this helps some.

Again, sorry we missed seeing your post.

PaLady

moondancer
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   Posted 10/28/2008 2:54 PM (GMT -7)   

Thanks for replying so quickly. Yes many people here are in so much pain, and as I sit and read more and more stories, I see I am not alone. I guess I was in a bad place yesterday, and felt sorry for myself, as I am sure we have all done. actually I posted on Arthritis forum yesterday and not CP. Yes my Dr. said Phsyciatrist, I have been taking Prozac for many years because of the pain. But he does not want to give me pain meds, he is a fairly new and young doctor, so I understand. Like I said I am going to a rheumatoligist tomarrow and hope they can give me some help. I have taken pain medicine off and on for about 20 years and have NEVER let myself become addicted. ( I know that is most DRS. fears) But when your quality of life seems so poor the pain meds become your only relief. as I read on, I am not so lonely any longer. Many people with pain worse than mine and for them I will pray and for you also.

Thanks for the ecouragement



Severe Degernative joint disease, Depression from pain, Hypertension, ulcers. Prozac 80 mgs, Ultram, metroprolol, lipitor,
norvasc
Bilaterla hip replacements, bilateral knee replacements, titanium spine fusion (L4-5)(4 spine surgeries)
 


PAlady
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   Posted 10/28/2008 3:24 PM (GMT -7)   
Moondancer (love the name!),
Remember that being physically dependent on medications is not the same as being addicted. I know doctors are afraid of that, but much pain goes undertreated for unfounded fears. Most chronic pain patients (myself included) will become physically dependent on certain medications, but only a small percent become addicted. And those who do tend to have prior addiction problems, and/or genetic that pre-dispose them to addiction.

PaLady

mom9mom
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   Posted 10/29/2008 7:07 PM (GMT -7)   
Moondancer I hope that your DR. only asked you that question because just about everyone who has to deal with cronic pain or any long turm medical problams ends up dealing with depression.For your sake I hope that was the reason that he asked.Hope that you are feeling better.
Lost half of my small intestine.Ilieostomy for 5 months then reverst,Nerve damage to right leg,part of my right hip bone removed,Cronic pain,hernia,infection in my back called discites,and depression.Mother to 9 kids 7 boys 2 girls and 1 stepson.4 grandsons,9 grandaughters.4 of my grandkids I inherited from my twin sister who passed away 6 1/2 years ago from a blood clot after surgery.God has given me my life back after I almost lost it.Even though its a painful and sometimes hard road to walk I take it one step at a time and give thanks to god for every step I take.


moondancer
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   Posted 10/30/2008 6:57 PM (GMT -7)   
mom9mom, thanks for the reply. I think my Dr. asked me that because he is young and a "family" Doctor, and he really does not understand that my joints are still degererating..  he really offended me the WAY he asked me. Because without saying I was crazy, he strongly insinuated the pain was only in my head. Oh well, I saw the Rheumy for the first time yesterday and he was nice. he has no problem treating the pain with pain meds and is sending me to pain management. I feel much better today, thank God.
I am not sure I could do what you are doing with all the pain and the children to care for. You must be a very strong person. I admire you.
 
Hope you have a pain Free day
HUGS,
Patty
Severe Degernative Joint disease, Depression from pain, Hypertension, ulcers.
 
Prozac 80 mgs, Ultram, Metroprolol, Lipitor, Norvasc, Vicadin, Benadryl (for sleep)
 
Bilaterla hip replacements, Bilateral knee replacements, titanium spine fusion (L4-5)(4 spine surgeries)Angiogram, Oblation for SVT(supra ventricular tachycardia) Biopsy of left Optic Nerve
 


kttn251977
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   Posted 10/31/2008 3:50 PM (GMT -7)   
I'm sorry you are feeling down. I understand how you feel completely.... Its not enough that you feel so cruddy, the people you love & trust the most give you problems about it. Until they have really felt that kind of pain, I don't think they will understand. Make sure you are being honest with your drs. They need to know how you REALLY feel. I went through the kind who thought I was seeking due to my age. I always get drug tested at my drs office because its state mandatory for my age. Pretty stupid, huh? My parents are always on me afraid I am going to be addicted. (when my parents have admitted to smoking weed & even magical mushrooms) Pretty unreal huh? I have never even smoked a cigarette! So I know what you mean. You hang in there! Have you talked to your dr about maybe something for depression? I take cymbalta & amitryptiline.... they help with the pain & fibromyalgia. It really works too! We are all here for you. I hope you are having a better day today. And be honest with your dr. If they won't help you, then find one who will. Their are ones out there who really care. ((((hugs)))) Have a wonderful Halloween!
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