I'm glad you honered us with a visit Christi. You must be keeping busy.
You are so young and they are making progress with fibro so I think you have every reason to be hopeful they will find better meds to control it or even get to the root and cure it. Hope is something we can't afford not to have in our lives.
If this program has been tried and tested on other young people it would be worth it. I think you could use the therapy to get everything out that bothers you and maybe learn how to handle things better in your life. I know you deal with issues that most young ladies don't deal with.
I'm started water therapy myself on the 28th. As long as they are not pushing you too hard and you tell them what you can and can't take it might be a good idea. I'm not going into the water therapy with any great expectations but with an open mind. I know I can sure use the exercise so I will go for as long as my ins pays.
These cures that sound too good to be true, are. But the right exercise helps us and that is just common sense. It's the programs that give you a dozen different herbs to take with a promise to cure you that you want to stay away from. I also believe in taking vitamins that our bodies need.
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