Sami, go into Fibro 101...the first thread on the forum. There is a link all about Serotonin Syndrome. It's good to be informed...especially if you have more than one doctor prescribing medications. We do have to be our own advocate and we can definitely say NO to medications we are not comfortable taking. I do. We know our body better than anyone. Hopefully you have doctors who will work with you to find the right combination of things.
AND it doesn't all have to be prescription medications. I use ibuprofen with food Tylenol, magnesium malate, vitamin D3, and one prescription medication...a muscle relaxer called Robaxin...to be in control of my pain. I walk daily, pace myself and stay as active as I can. Movement really does help.
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