DID I HAVE FIBROMYALGIA OR WAS IT SOMETHING ELSE? explores my own experience as I educated myself about fibromyalgia and the various treatment protocols available to cope with it. I chose the rather unconventional route of internal parasite cleansing, but it worked great for me.
Some symptoms from having parasites are; allergies, anemia, bloating, chronic fatigue, constipation, depressed immune function, diarrhea, eczema, enlarged lymph glands, excessive hunger, fever, flu symptoms, gas, grinding the teeth at night, hives, irritable bowel syndrome, irritability, jaundice, joint
and muscle aches and pains, nervousness, skin problems, rashes, reddened eyes, sleep
disturbances, weight gain, weight loss, joint and muscle aches. Does any of this describe you? If so, I encourage you to explore a cleansing program.
For the most part, I have done and continue to do well, with many of the classic symptoms arrested. The Fibromyalgia FAQ may be useful to those who suspect they might have fibromyalgia; it's definitely worth a read.Written by a medical doctor, I found it to be very down to earth, and not riddled with technical jargon. Links to Fibromyalgia Information is a great starting place to research this disease, with references to personal sites of those living with fibro.Fibronorth: Canadian one-stop shopping for Fibromyalgia Resources is another helpful site.The company is run by people who live with FM and do as much as possible to feel great--each and everyday.
Check out the following for more information about fibromyalgia
During what is called a "fibro flare", even my teeth would hurt, and a pathological fear of dentists prompted me to investigate a more efficient teeth cleaning system given that those with this immune comprosing disease have occasional problems with teeth and gums.
Each morning and evening, I use another product to improve the quality of my daily life... my toothbrush. It's not just any toothbrush. Many people with cerebral palsy or other such neurological condition sometimes have a difficult time with dental work. I'm absolutely petrified of dentists, and tend to avoid them at all costs.
TOOTHILY YOURS shares my experience with a toothbrush that has improved the quality of my tooth brushing habit. If you are an adult with cerebral palsy or some other condition that makes having dental work difficult, or a parent of a disabled child with dentist phobia, I encourage you to check this out.