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Angels777
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   Posted 12/31/2009 6:37 AM (GMT -7)   
My name is Shari and I am new to the forum. I was just diagnosed with Fibromyalgia and my doctor has prescribed Neurontin in a small dose for me to take. I see that it is an anti-seizure medication and that scares the dickens out of me because I do not have seizures. Anybody on here have any knowledge of this drug and its side effects?
 
I am afraid to take it really so can anybody provide me with some information on it please?
 
Thanks

FMsaddenedspirit
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   Posted 12/31/2009 7:05 AM (GMT -7)   
Hi and welcome to the message board.

Neurontin (Gabapentin),  ., I took Gabapentin for quit some time to help with migraines. its not bad as far as side affects go , at least not for me.. just made me tired.. and of course did nothing for the migraines.. I have been instructed by my Medical insurance its a Sub for Lyrica also . we all react Diffently to Meds though.

you can check it our at Wikipedia.. I just normally type in google and search for info on my new drugs.

Best of luck ... keep in touch


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Angels777
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   Posted 12/31/2009 7:13 AM (GMT -7)   
Thanks for the welcome :-)  
 
Did it help you sleep at night? I think the reason why I am so worried about it is because I have googled it and I keep reading things that I probably shouldn't. I tend to do that a lot lately.blush  That is why I wanted to ask actual people who have taken the medication. Maybe it will ease my mind some before I actually try it. At least I hope so anyway.

Post Edited (Angels777) : 12/31/2009 7:18:13 AM (GMT-7)


FMsaddenedspirit
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   Posted 12/31/2009 7:32 AM (GMT -7)   
ya it did help me sleep .. that was the best part of this Med..
are you starting it today ? You'll find quit a few of the Meds they want to give us say they where created to help with seizures. kinda freaked me out to start with to ..
Do you have Fibro ? and other issues ?
I have Fibro , poss. CFS . plan on having that new test Ran the XMRV .
and a bunch more stuff going on.
you have come to a good place. we have a lot of great people here , lots of good advise and positive input.. we all have our bad days. and its nice to be able to come to a place where the people really do understand what your going through.. remember you are not alone in this.. we are here to support you as much as we can.
if you like to laugh check out the soap.. as the fibro burns. its great.. one of our members writes this and shares with us., I just love it..
Great Big soft Fibro hugs.
Spirit ~


Angels777
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   Posted 12/31/2009 8:39 AM (GMT -7)   
Well,  I'll try not to post a novel but my doctor diagnosed me as having fibro last week. To be honest, I am having a very hard time dealing with this diagnosis because I also have Myasthenia Gravis which is a neuromuscular autoimmune disease that causes muscle weakness in various parts of the body. I am on SSDI for MG.For the past 6 months I have been dealing with one thing after another healthwise. I am angry, upset, sad and depressed because the last 6 months have been very very trying for me.
 
The Myasthenia Gravis had been under control with medication for many years and I was finally living a normal life but then out of the blue 6 months ago I had a MG relapse. I kept telling my husband that this relapse was different from all the others because I felt sooooo sick with it. Usually with myasthenia gravis you get weak and not "sick". It was like something was attacking my body and making me sick inside but I couldn't figure out what it was and still can't really describe it. All I know is, now the muscles in my arms and legs ache really bad and feel tight. My chest hurts too sometimes and feels like a chest cold without the actual cold. I cannot tolerate cold temperatures at all. My eyes feel dry and weird. I feel nauseated and my swallowing is different. (which could be MG related)Like I said before, my body feel just so "sick"sometimes. I am crying all the time and cannot get a good night's sleep anymore. So I really really need to sleep but I have to be very careful about the medicene I take because it could exacerbate my MG and put me in a crisis. I was taking nortriptyline for the past 9 days. It was calming down the muscle aches and was helping me sleep for the first 6 days then for some reason it started to cause insomnia so now I am going to try Neurontin starting tonight. I just hope it works.
 
My doctor has run some blood tests and I know that I am really low on vitamin D. I think my level was at 9 and it should be at least 40 so I am on 2000 i.u. of vitamin D supplements daily. 
 
I understand all the pain that comes with Fibromyalgia but do you feel "sick" when you have fibromyalgia? Sometimes I just feel sick and I really wonder if something else is going on with me.
 
I ended up writing a novel anyway didn't I? I'm just so frustrated and want to feel better.
 
 

Post Edited (Angels777) : 12/31/2009 8:57:28 AM (GMT-7)


vestabula
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   Posted 12/31/2009 10:42 AM (GMT -7)   
Hi Angels...yes, some of us do feel sick when we are in a fibro flare.  Personally, I feel like I have the flu....body aches, headache and I always wonder if I have a fever but my temp is about 96.7.
The symptoms for fibro are endless and everyone describes their pain differently.  Mine is a burning , flu like ache. 
 
Welcome and...no post is too long on this forum so don't worry about that!
 
Huggies
Donna
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crazykitty
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   Posted 12/31/2009 11:30 AM (GMT -7)   
Hi Angels and welcome to our fibro family. I hope the Neurontin works for you and that
you are able to get some good restful sleep.

Lot of us have been found to be Vitamin D deficient and are now taking supplements. I was taking
50,000 IU (prescription) for 6 weeks and my level is now normal. I take OTC Vitamin D now,
1000 IU daily.

My symptoms vary and so does my pain. I'm usually pretty foggy and my pain is sometimes
burning, crushing and needle-stick. You will find that heat helps alot along with some exercise.
I do deep breathing exercises also to relieve stress. Listening to your favorite music helps too.

Angels, I really hope you feel better soon. Post often, let us know how you are doing.

Hugs, Robin
MCTD, Fibromyalgia, Raynauds, Osteoarthritis, Osteoporosis, Degenerative 
 Disc Disease, Hypertension, Migraines and Pseudothrombocytopenia MEDS: Methotrexate, Savella,Flexeril,Diltiazem, Boniva, Vitamins 


Angels777
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   Posted 12/31/2009 11:50 AM (GMT -7)   
My sick feeling isn't like a cold or flu. I know that feeling and this isn't it. It's just so hard to explain because it's something that I never felt before.

 I just don't know if I have the strength to handle another illness. I have never been this depressed before. Even when I was diagnosed with Myasthenia Gravis and I could barely walk, I felt as if there was hope. Even when I was diagnosed with vulvodynia and suffered from intense constant burning where no woman should ever have to burn, I felt there was hope. In both cases, I found the right medication that worked for each illness.  Vulvodynia is gone and MG is under control with medication.

But I am so worried now, that I won't find anything to help with this Fibromyalgia crap. I really am not in as much pain as other people are from what I have read on here but I am afraid that one day I will be and there won't be anything to help me. Vulvodynia and Myasthenia was enough on my plate.  I am just so mad that I now have to deal with something else. What scares me most is that I won't be able to tell the fibro from the MG and my life will always be a constant state of weakness and pain.  I need my rest in order to keep MG under control but I can't sleep due what I am feeling in my body.

I have a wonderful husband and two beautiful children that I have pretty much neglected for the past 6 months because I have been sick. They don't deserve this and no matter how hard I try, I can't get my focus off of my illness and onto them. I feel so awful about that.

I'm just so scared. How can I make it? I pray to God that it won't get worse. I just don't understand what good is going to come out of me having to deal with another illness. I have never felt this hopeless. I am tired and just want to sleep again but this just won't let me.


Post Edited (Angels777) : 12/31/2009 12:04:48 PM (GMT-7)


Hopegirl
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   Posted 12/31/2009 12:09 PM (GMT -7)   
Hi Shari,
 
Welcome,
I take Neurotin at night. My doctor just increased my dosage too. I dont' get seizures. I don't have a history of them either. It helps me a little I think on the day to day pain that I have from fibro.
 
 
Monica
 
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Current Meds: Tramadol, Percocet for break thru pain, & Adavan
Taking it one day at a time.... 


crazykitty
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   Posted 12/31/2009 12:10 PM (GMT -7)   
Angels, You will find the strength to live with it because you must. I felt the same way, over-
whelmed when i found out I had MCTD (Lupus, Scleroderma and RA) along with my Fibro.
It does feel like piling on. Having multiple illnesses does complicate things but you will get to
know what is what. I have learned to differentiate my pain and flares.

In the beginning I was terribly frightened too and there are still times I do get upset and scared.
Worry will not help us. We need to focus just on today and believe thing will get better.
You will find you are stronger than what you think.

I'm sure your husband and children know that you love them. They love you too and want what
is best for you. Sending prayers and gentle hugs your way.

Hugs, Robin
MCTD, Fibromyalgia, Raynauds, Osteoarthritis, Osteoporosis, Degenerative 
 Disc Disease, Hypertension, Migraines and Pseudothrombocytopenia MEDS: Methotrexate, Savella,Flexeril,Diltiazem, Boniva, Vitamins 


FMsaddenedspirit
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   Posted 12/31/2009 12:31 PM (GMT -7)   
Oh honey you do have a lot going on don't you ... Myasthenia Gravis sounds like it must have been very hard to get a DX on this.. how many years before you found out what it was ? if you don't mind
you ask about feeling sick.. oh wow. yes I do get to feeling very sick and can't really describe to my doctor just how . it makes me crazy.. and that makes the Fibro Flare.. I am convinced there is something else going on with me though, that we have not yet been able to DX . I will get feeling very sick. nausea . start sweating and turn pale, and at the same time my skin will be cold to touch. I normally have to lay down if I can. . was thinking it was because of pain levels. but also thinking something else is going on.. all my blood work comes back good so . not sure.
I am sorry you now have Fibro on top of everything else. and I understand the anger , the hurt, frustration, all the emotions that go with this darn thing. its so hard to come to terms with al this. sometimes makes me want to scream ITS NOT FAIR... but hey . what good would that do.. and there must be something I am to learn from all this I'm sure.
so we keep on... and do the best we can..
stay strong .. see I tend to ramble on so no worries.
glad you joined our family ..
 
had to correct some spelling LOL.. some days...
 
I was making Coffie this morning at 2:45 am... spilled water everywhere, and then got the coffie out and dropped the canaster on the counter..well Coffie about 3 " high over half the counter.. LOL.. what can I say .. I needed to clean the counter anyway I guess. ... LOL..


Spirit ~

Post Edited (FMsaddenedspirit) : 12/31/2009 12:39:42 PM (GMT-7)


Marlee2
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   Posted 12/31/2009 12:46 PM (GMT -7)   
Hi Shari and welcome to our family. You are not alone we are all here for you and we understand everything you are going through. We all take it one day at a time and pull together to get each other through each day.
 
Finding out I had fibro was a very hard pill for me to swallow too and I was very depressed for a long time over it, I have depression and anxiety problems as it is. Many with fibro have low serontonin and are on anti-depressants, I take amitriptyline and celexa. I was on amitriptyline when I got fibro and I do think it was helping the pain for a long time but I'm not so sure now but won't stop it to find out, tried cutting down and went into a horrible flare for two weeks.
 
When I have a bad flare I feel physically ill too like my body is fighting itself or something. It is hard to explain.
 
As hard as it is try not to stress and project yourself into the future, stress really is a fibromites worst enemy. Anytime I get upset about anything I can feel it in my body right away. I know we can't keep all stress out of our lives but we can control how we react to it some. I am a worrier by nature and I work hard on changing that. I don't stress when a flare starts anymore cause I know it can end as fast as it starts and the more relaxed I am the quicker it will end.
 
Many of us have multiple problems we are fighting. It's funny that a lot of us have auto-immune problems, gotta feeling there might be a connection there.
 
Read the fibro 101 thread it contains lots of great info and ask all the questions you want. Heat is our friend and the cold is our enemy. Can't wait to get in a nice hot massaging shower myself today.
 
luv and hugs
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   Posted 12/31/2009 12:53 PM (GMT -7)   
Hi there..wow can i relate to your situation..i was found by daughter in a seizure in june and then went on life support for awhile stayed in hospital for some time ..my son was advised to come from alberta as they thought i would not make it...since then i hv fought my way back n it gets hard my daughter said she lost her mom that i died that ripped me apart..things are not the same with cait n i we were so close now we fight over everything she just has to keep at me until i blow..i will get better so will you hun i know add me to msn if you would like to talk i know how much this hurts i truly do..big huggles..lyn ..i also know others will be along that can relate too

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Angels777
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   Posted 12/31/2009 1:01 PM (GMT -7)   
Thanks for all the nice replies. I really do appreciate them. In my case, heat can be the enemy with Myasthenia Gravis so I am in such a quandry over this. So many meds for fibro are a no no for MG. That is why I am so upset. I don't know how I am going to survive with both of these illnesses. I am making myself sicker by worrying over this. I have spent every waking moment today thinking about my Fibro. It has taken over my mind so much that I just don't know what to do to get it out of my head. THIS IS NOT GOOD FOR ME AND I KNOW IT.  I have got to get it off of my mind but my body won't let me.

 

Howlyncat,

Are you saying that you had a seizure from taking neurontin??????  I'm supposed to take 100 mg at bedtime tonight for the first time. I'm really scared now.

Post Edited (Angels777) : 12/31/2009 1:41:09 PM (GMT-7)


Alcie
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   Posted 1/1/2010 3:33 AM (GMT -7)   
Shari -

There's a huge difference in effects of neurontin with time taken and dosage. Your personal sensitivity makes a big difference too. I was started on 300 mg at night, which zonked me right to sleep, but I felt it was way too much. Then I was prescribed 100 mg 3xday. I started out taking it at night and it helped me sleep, but i had pain during the day. After a few weeks I started the morning dose and then, after a few more weeks, the afternoon dose. I get fair pain relief with that, enough to cut down on my tramadol most days.
Alcie
 
 


Angels777
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   Posted 1/1/2010 10:07 AM (GMT -7)   
Well, i took my first pill last night before bed. I still woke up about 4 times during the night for some reason. It wasn't really due to pain or anything. I just kept waking up but I did go back to sleep. I actually had two dreams last night so I guess I was able to get to the correct stage of sleep that my body needs. I hope that is a good sign of things to come because I haven't been able to dream in a long time.
 
I feel a little different right now. Kind of tired and sort of light headed. Probably just some side effects which I hope don't get worse when I take my next one tonight. I can be sensitive and a bit paranoid now to taking new medication. I am only on 100mgs of Gabapentin right now and I hope that is all I will need to calm things down for me. I hate taking new medication. I already take so many pills as it is for my various health problems. But the pain and burning in my arms has pretty much subsided which is great. I still have some heaviness in my arms and legs but that could be due to the MG. I also feel a bit calmer which is a great thing. My husband is very grateful for that!
 
Just wanted to let you all know how my first dose went. I may be back with more questions and I am thanking you all in advance for your responses and encouragement. Please keep me in your thoughts.
 
Wishing you all a Happy and HEALTHY New Year!
 
Shari
 

Post Edited (Angels777) : 1/1/2010 10:16:16 AM (GMT-7)


FMsaddenedspirit
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   Posted 1/1/2010 10:55 AM (GMT -7)   
Good Morning Angels
 
Shari, Glad you posted this morning. I was thinking about you and if you took your first dose last night.. so far sounds hopeful. specially if you remember having a couple of dreams. means you rested pretty good. I understand all to well about sleep issues. and I'm glad you have been able to calm down some. what a relief Hu ? Your husband sounds like he cares. if he notices that your already calmer.
I really hope you do well with this new Med. its so hard to know as we all react different and have different sensitive to things and Meds. .. sorry my words are not coming out correctly today . or is it my thoughts.. one or the other.  
 
Keep in touch.. Soft Fibro Hugs.
 
praying for hope for us all. happy new year.turn turn shocked turn turn LOL the eyes crack me up today for some reason shocked shocked shocked turn

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   Posted 1/1/2010 9:33 PM (GMT -7)   
Hi Angells,
I'm happy for you that you had a good nite with the gabapentin. Just a thought here. You mentioned low vit D. Low levels of Vit D can cause a lot of muscle pain and fatigue, so some of what you are feeling might dissiptate once you get your D levels normalized. It does take a while. Also, have you had your thyroid checked? Seems like a lot of people with FM are also hypothyroid and if you are low in thyroid, that can also cause fatigue and muscle pain. My doctor told me that the gabapentin takes a while to build in your system, so as you continue on it, it will hopefully help you even more with your sleep. I do understand your frustration but as others have said, stress can really trigger more pain and fatigue for us, so try not to stress over this. I know that is easier said than done. You might want to check into Yoga, or meditation, some kind of relaxation. It won't cure you, but it will certainly help.
Gentle hugs,
Miriam

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Finding_the_Light
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   Posted 1/1/2010 9:57 PM (GMT -7)   
I have been on neurontin for over a yr now. I was originally put on it for anxiety/irritability before I was diagnosed with fibro. I haven't personally found any relief from pain through neurontin but it has helped me greatly with my anxiety. It also doesn't provide me any help with sleep. But as others have mentioned we all react to meds differently. I wouldn't come off of my neurontin unless I knew I would have complete relief from anxiety! Thats how much it does help me with that. im on 600 mgs 3 xs a day.
Hopefully it will provide you some relief in one way or another!
Probable diagnosis of fibromyalgia. Along with: Bipolar,OCD, Borderline Personality Disorder, PTSD, anxiety, gastroparesis,pcos,add Meds: Neurontin, Lyrica, OMEGA 3 Fish oil and vit d3, tenex wellbutrin i stopped taking.


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   Posted 1/2/2010 1:17 AM (GMT -7)   

Angels, hi and welcome to the fibro family! I take 1500mg of gabapentin, up from my initial dose of 900mg that started last February. Everybody is different - I have found that mine works best for me if I take it with my dinner, and then will get sleepy a few hours later. My rheumatologist told me that gabapentin was the precursor to Lyrica. I take gabapentin, Cymbalta, tramadol for pain, and flexeril. I also have migraines, and used to take topamax which is good also for seizures. Others on this forum have other diagnoses besides fibro, so they will have good advice for you as well.

I can really, really feel my pain levels shoot up as soon as I go a day without the gabapentin. I also started with nortryptaline, which worked for a few days and then like you, started giving me insomnia. Now I take 120mg Cymbalta, which doesn't seem to do harm, but I can't tell if it does any good because I am also depressed. Ah, our lovely fibro world. turn  Just don't cause yourself undue worry because your body will feel it- fibro causes magnified response to stress and other regular stimuli. Back in February when I was diagnosed, I was falling-down tired and crying every day from pain and fatigue. I am in my first realy major flare since then and I know that hopeless feeling you have. I know that with me, a lot of that feeling comes from fatigue. Be kind to yourself, let yourself rest when you need it, and we are here for you. This is a really nice place to 'talk.'


Angels777
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   Posted 1/2/2010 6:26 AM (GMT -7)   

Here I am again complaining but I guess I got too happy too fast. 2nd day of medication and I am achey all over and awake off and on through the night. What bothers me the most is that my chest hurts with that achey feeling when I breathe in. It's not really painful but just bothersome. I cannot understand the sleep part. I used to sleep at the drop of hat and would feel sleepy when I needed to go to sleep. Now I don't get that sleepy feeling anymore. I am wide awake and don't feel tired but I know I should be sleeping. And my eyes feel so weird sometimes, dry, itchy with a rash on my eyelids. I should be thankful that I am not in tremendous pain or anything, which I am but I am so tired of feeling sick inside. It's like a button is being pushed every now and then and something is released to make me sick. It's hard to tell when it will happen throughout the day. I am  used to knowing how my day will be with MG. With MG you can tell when you wake up pretty much or you can feel it coming on as the day goes on and take the medication to help you. With this I feel good for a couple of hours and then Bam something goes wrong inside and I feel sick. I don't know when it's going to hit me. Just doesn't make sense to me and I hate that.

MT Lady,

How about long does it take vitamin D levels to rise after taking vitamin supplements? My thyroid is "supposed" to be okay according to my doctor but I think I am going to ask her for more involved tests regarding that. I think she is missing something for some reason. That feeling keeps gnawing at me, that something else is going on but I just don't know what it is.

I am on immunosuppressants for MG and I really think that somehow has had something to do with what is going on with me now. My body has soooo many medications going in it every day along with the IVIG infusions I get once every two weeks. I think everything is out of whack in my body because of all the medicene I put into it. I already take about 20 pills a day for this or that. Now I guess I'll be adding more for this new condition. I just wish I could cleanse my body from all the toxins that are being put into it.

I still think something else is going on and I hate having that feeling and not being able to really find out. cry

Thanks for listening.

Post Edited (Angels777) : 1/2/2010 8:08:01 AM (GMT-7)


Alcie
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   Posted 1/2/2010 7:07 PM (GMT -7)   
Shari
A lot of people start at or get moved up to 600 mg three times a day, but many others get along just fine on 100 mg at bedtime or, like me, 100 mg three times a day. Once a day was good, but for me, three times a day made even more difference. I can't figure out why docs prescribe huge doses right off the get-go. (Mine Rx'd 300 mg to start and, as a former pharmaceutical rat lab tech trained in observing reactions, I saw this was way too much for me!)
It really does make a difference, helps, if you take gabapentin an hour or so before bedtime if you are on once a day. It helps with getting to sleep.
If you decide you need it more often, make sure if it is three times a day that you actually take the doses 8 hours apart. Breakfast, lunch and bedtime is NOT 8 hours apart.

I don't know why, after you get used to this drug, the bedtime dose helps with sleep and a morning dose doesn't make most people sleepy. Maybe there is something about pain relief that helps with getting to sleep. I do know, from my experience, that the AM dose cuts my pain about an hour after I take it. This means it is being metabolized into the effective compound. (Things that are not metabolized into the active form start working in just a few minutes.)

For many years I have kept a log of my reactions to meds (also foods) including the time taken and the dosage. It has helped me keep track of the many meds (and foods) I don't tolerate. I carry a typed page of my med intolerances and another for foods. I have it on a mini cruzer thingy, but docs still prefer paper. I have a notebook on the kitchen counter, highlight in red bad reactions. The log also helps me keep track of when I take my meds, so I don't double dose or simply forget doses. This was first suggested by my allergist, and it worked well enough for me to figure out I am sensitive to sulfites (not sulfa or sulfates).
Alcie
 
 


Finding_the_Light
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   Posted 1/3/2010 2:14 AM (GMT -7)   
I really wish i got relief from the pain too or even help with sleep. But at least, like i said previously lol, it helps my anxiety!
Probable diagnosis of fibromyalgia. Along with: Bipolar,OCD, Borderline Personality Disorder, PTSD, anxiety, gastroparesis,pcos,add Meds: Neurontin, Lyrica, OMEGA 3 Fish oil and vit d3, tenex wellbutrin i stopped taking.

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