Fibro and tendonitis...and a Recision of my Diagnosis

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SIMONDECK9
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   Posted 3/1/2016 8:57 AM (GMT -7)   
HI ALL,

Pain, a never ending story in ones life,

actually discolouring ones life

Muscles, Fascia, Tendons nearly all involve in mechanics

we actually feel fear of the problem rather thn understanding it

we ignore the first symptom and when problem matures we worry,at that time we are late

Nothing is strong as a HUMAN

i think if you can,tell me a little about your problem in detail

Regards

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medicalzebra
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   Posted 2/13/2018 10:10 AM (GMT -7)   
I second Ehlers-Danlos syndrome.

Feel free to share your info here. No need for people to email you

Sherrine

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astroman
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   Posted Yesterday 11:43 AM (GMT -7)   
Ehlers-Danlos has some wierd symptoms though. Like super stretchy skin and joints that move past the normal limitations.

medicalzebra
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   Posted Yesterday 10:22 PM (GMT -7)   
With the hypermobility type of Ehlers-Danlos syndrome (hEDS), skin does not have to be stretchy. If you were to pull on my skin, for instance, it would snap back like normal skin. My skin does have some EDS qualities. It is velvety smooth and feels doughy.
While not everyone with hEDS has stretchy skin, hEDS patients do have spontaneous joint subluxations and dislocations. Though I have had hEDS my whole life, I did not realize I was having joint dislocations when I was a kid because they weren't painful. It wasn't until a few months after graduating from college that I had my first painful dislocation. Dislocations in hEDS are caused by overly stretchy ligaments. Stretchy ligaments also cause people with hEDS to be hypermobile, hence the hypermobile part of hEDS. smile
I thought I'd include a diagnostic check list for hEDS, in case you are curious about it. If you have any questions, let me know. smile
https://www.ehlers-danlos.com/heds-diagnostic-checklist/
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