I want to give you a big pain free hug (((HUG)))). I know it's not fair for you to have this but the sooner you learn to cope with it the better and I'm not saying that to be cold cause your story broke my heart reading it. I know you don't think so right now but there are much worse things to have. You can live a full life with fibro just in a different way than you use to.
It doesn't sound like you lack medical care in anyway. Maybe a little too much medical care.
You need to learn to relax. Stress only causes more pain and I know it zaps my energy, what I have of it. Your going to have to reprioritize your life, I don't know how you kept up when you were healthy as full as your plate is. Pick only the things that mean the most to you and, I know it's going to be hard, but give up the rest. You have put so much pressure on yourself to excel at everything and no one person can do that.
I would have never understood fibro before I got it and really those that have it are the only ones that fully understand what we go through. The spoon theory is a great way to explain it to people so they will have some idea what it is like.
Hopefully, some of our young members will see your thread and be of great help to you from a teens point of view. In the mean time stick with us old women and we will do our best to help you.
luv and hugs
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