thanks. it took my rheumy almost 8 years to admit it.
i'll definitely keep you updated and let you know. the pain centers sound interesting to try and i would like to, but now i just have to convince my parents to let me do it. if i did, i would go to one in philly, which is like an hour from my college, but like a few hours from my house. my parents want me to go somewhere close to my house, but it's easier for me to get to philly, and i would like to go to the doctor without my parents there.
sorry to go on like this, but i just needed to get it out, i just fought with my mom about it (on the phone) cause this doctor i saw (a pain specialist), but i can't keep seeing him cause he's moving to seattle to become the head of the pain center there. anyways, so he said that most of the children/teens he saw with fibro were able to get rid of their fibro permanently with just some exercise. ive had fibro for so long, i have trouble believing this, but my mom is convinced that this is true. but it's hard for me to exercise so much cause it hurts and it doesn't seem worth it to me for the pain to be worse for like 6 months before it gets better. i try to walk with a friend at school, but that's all i do really. it just seems impossible for me for it to go away totally on it's own.
thanks. i actually feel better now!!
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