WOW!!!! I experienced the famous fibro fog for the first time and what a doozie it was. I was meeting a group of people for the first time and I'm pretty sure that they think that I am a complete airhead. I dodged every question by trying to blow things off and say that it has been too long of a day to think about such petty things. Then they came up with the great idea of climbing out the window and onto the balcony so we could look over the waterway and wine bars but all I could think of was falling flat on my face them calling the paramedics and I couldn't even be able to tell them my name or where I lived. Yeah, so I made up an excuse for not doing that too. I'm getting so good at this side speak and silly excuses that I think that I should run for congress. Then if the fog rolls in no one would think any differently since for them the fibro fog is a constant. I think that might have made sense, or maybe I should just go to bed.
Sweet dreams to all and may tomorrow be clear, with no fright of the dibilitating pain, and a tummy that works with us for a change. I think that if we all focus together we can make it happen.
Diag. Aug 06 (Proctosigmoiditis), finally diagnosed with Fibromyalgia 12 August 08, Depression, anxiety.
Gabapentin (still working up to mx dose), Ambien (1 50mg a night), Venlafaxine (2 a day), cyclobenzaprine (1 10mg tab a night), Tramadol (3 50mg tabs every 4 hours), Indomethacin (1 50mg cap every 3 hours), Tylenol Extra strength (2 500mg tabs every 4 hours).