Posted 4/8/2015 8:51 AM (GMT -6)
Sorry. Perhaps I misspoke. I believe, after reading the articles again, (due to injury,) his comments are re:the fibro pain is worse in his arm..
".. Every so often he grabs his left shoulder and winces. It hurts when he walks, when he sits still, when he rises from his couch, and when he missteps in a damp meadow. More than hurts. It seems a kind of agony, though he never mentions it..... it's the fibromyalgia," he says when asked. "Up and down the arm. That's where it gets so bad. Excruciating."
My fibro started after an injury - I don't know if my higher-level pain at injury sites is caused by injury or fibro. No question I feel pain body-wide + fatigue + sleep issues, etc. I heard M. Freeman mention fibro in an interview and have read several articles... think I only heard him refer to his arm, however that doesn't mean he does not feel bodywide pain.