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   Posted 9/12/2009 12:02 PM (GMT -7)   
Ans I mean hel[ for some unlnown reason I am crying I have not stopped any of my medicarions but I have times when I can not stio crying. Between that and the constant ringing in my ears I am not doping with it well. Now I was getting plenty of sleep when ths crying stared. The ringing in my ears has gotten worse with the crying and my eye sight is playing up again I need magifying glasses to read again. This is hard as I am a writer and the fibro fog is not helping at present either,  it gets worse with the ringing and the crying. The pain level is good and I mean good as in none at present. So why the crying? no headacke at present I am not someone who cries even when the pain is really bad I tend to see the good in exerything and I am not joking about that for me it is a time to go to another place hense the writing started now I love that and not sleeping is a bonus as I use this time to flesh out books. Please help dpes any one know a way of helpin with the ringing? The eye sight i can deal with as it comes and goes but the other is getting me down funny I am crying all the time anyhow.
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   Posted 9/12/2009 12:42 PM (GMT -7)   

Kathy, from what I can see, the ringing could possibly be from migraines.  You might check in the migraine forum here on HealingWell.  You can have silent migraines but have symptoms.  I will have migraines with no pain (silent migraines) but will have the lightening flashes in my eyes.  Hope this helps some.


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   Posted 9/12/2009 2:31 PM (GMT -7)   
Maybe you need to release some pent up emotions. crying can be good for you. That happened to me the other night. I cried and cried and can't put my finger on exactly why except a lot of built up stress.

I hope you feel better soon.

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   Posted 9/12/2009 4:46 PM (GMT -7)   
I get the ringing too. The only ways I know to help it are:

a) have some very low level background noise - a radio turned to a barely audible volume, or a relaxation tape of nature sounds, or whatever.
b) REST!!! My experience is that the ringing gets worse as my other fibro symptoms get worse. Even if you don't sleep, it might help you to take some time out several times a day just to lie down and do some relaxation / breathing exercises.

It's very distressing, I know. There are times when the ringing makes me feel like ripping my head off...

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   Posted 9/12/2009 7:28 PM (GMT -7)   
Kathy, so sorry you are going through this. I used to have migraines frequently & also had "silent symptoms" as Sherrine had. Maybe that is what is causing the ringing & eyesight problems? As for the crying.....once in a great while, I will get to where I cry over everything. I don't know if it stress built up or what. After a day or two of crying I usually am back to normal.
I hope you are able to feel better real soon!

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   Posted 9/14/2009 4:25 PM (GMT -7)   

I have had some of the ringing in the ear thing off and on. The DR I work with said it sounded like I was loosing some of my hearing. I have noticed that my hearing has gone down alot, but she said to go see an Ears,Nose, and Throat specialist. 


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