Vestabula, thanks for getting back to me. You also raised a good topic when it comes to prescript
ion drugs. I think it's great we can share in here our life experiences so we can possibly help others to see other options. Months ago, Sherrine mentioned using Drugs.com in a post. I've used this website many times since.
Sherrine, thanks for the informative information about
diabetes. I'd like to ask, aren't some vegetables considered carbs? I very much agree with you, if I had something serious come up, I wouldn't run off to the health food store. I would go see my doctor. But it certainly feels good to know what works for me as well as many of our fellow posters when it comes to the small occurences like an occasional upset stomach, increased pain, cold symptoms. We know what we might be able to do to help ourselves because having fibro can make these feel worse than a person without fibro.
Bwfm and Mrs. Bugzy, I've fallen on my tailbone a couple times and I've had an mri of that area done and the results were normal. My neuromuscular massage therapist is working on the tight muscles in that area and it seems to be helping. She said because it's such a delicate area of nerves it could be causing my overall body numbness. My question is, is your tailbone pushed in from falling on it like mine?
Sherrine, yes, we do have to watch how much water we drink. Question: I've heard xylitol is a healthier sugar substitute. Have you heard anything about
Very good points, Miriam and Sherrine.
Fibromyalgia, CFS, MCS, scoleosis, herniated disks, spinal stenosis, osteoarthritis, sjorgens, sleep apnea, asthma, allergies, headaches. On a regiment of different supplements including sleep supplements. I eat nutritiously and do not eat foods I'm sensitive to and ever since a back injury triggered my fibromyalgia, I have been doing prescribed stretches twice daily.
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