Hi Korey and Welcome-
This has had to be scary for you. I developed a laundry list of the weirdest symptoms too when the fibro began to hit me. For starters I got a migraine and have never had one in my life. Then my feet were starting to go numb, and not long after, my tongue, around my mouth and right cheek. Then the twitching began! Around my eyes and mouth. After time, it hit every muscle in my body and it did not stop for 3 months. Now I only get occasional twitching, and it is not bad.
Please see a Dr. or rheumy that is knowledgable about fibro and start getting things checked out. I had an MRI and tons of blood work done.
Let us know how you are doing-
Thanks so much man. With that post in mind, I have a question for you and the other fibro sufferers: are the symptoms you experienced during the onset/ beginning stages of fibro significantly different than the symptoms you experience now as a fully developed fibromyalgia sufferer?
When the fibro hit, I felt like I hit a brick wall going 90 mph- that is the only way I can explain it and within a few short months. Everything was to the extreme! After all the goofy symptoms hit me then came the pain and knocked me literally to my knees. And fatigue was so bad I could not function.
I do not get anymore numbness in my cheek, lips, tongue. My muscles only twitch once in awhile now and the area is small. I have not had another migraine. The pain remains and it varies from day to day. I am having more pain right now because of the bad, bad winter we are having. The fatigue varies also day by day. I still get numbness and tingling in legs, feet, hands and arms and then I rest them to get the feeling back.
So now that I made a long story long, Hee-Hee, I would say that I still have the symptoms I did from the beginning just not to such extremes and some symptoms are gone.