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  • Annette's photo avatar
    Annette — 26.06.2017 09:45
    A year ago, I was diagnosed with fibromyalgia. After years of going to see the doctor, I finally got some answers. The pain I feel seems to never go away-hurting in my lower back, legs, neck, even sometimes radiates to the very tip of my toes,I couldn't move my right arm with out getting a lot of pain. I was 32 years old and I didn't know if I want to see how I feel at 40 because the pain was very intense. I was taking Lyrica, it helps but I still have to be careful not to over do things. I was trying to have a child-don't know if I'll be able to do it! i searched for alternative treatment online and In November, 2016 I started on Health Herbal Clinic fibromyalgia disease natural herbal remedy, my fibromyalgia symptoms including Severe fatigue , Insomnia, nausea and vomiting, deteriorated over the first 6 weeks of the Fibromalgia herbal formula usage, i am now 34 with no trace of Fibromyalgia, visit the clinic website www. healthherbalclinic. net or email info @ healthherbalclinic. net The Fibro herbal formula helped me in a way i just didn’t imagine, this is a breakthrough for all fibromyalgia disease patients.

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    TRACEY — 17.06.2017 20:12
    I have suffered with fibromyalgia since 2012 and find it it harder to cope with on my bad days, can anyone give advice on how they cope.

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    Christine leonard — 16.06.2017 16:51
    Hi there I have really bad pain in the neck and shoulders from a whiplash injury 17 months ago now I get a fare few things in my muslis and I get back burning when I do ironing could this be the same I get a lot of headaches as well I get pain all the time it can be 1 up to 8 plus it gets worse buy lifting hold my daughter ect will I get any better with pain

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      Earle — 19.06.2017 10:32
      Hello Christine I doubt you have fibromyalgia as the headaches will be a result of the tension in your neck. This page has some stretches and exercises for you to try: https://www.avogel.co.uk/health/muscles-joints/back-pain/upper-back-pain-exercises/

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