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Painspeaking is necessary! Its not griping or complaining, its the healthy choice to express your pain--you can express yourself with words, journaling, through any medium of art. Want to painspeak with others who understand and live with pain? Join Pain Sufferers Speak's global community filled with Pain Brothers and Pain Sisters from all over the world! Choose how you want to connect http://xeeme.com/LizHall/
Tips on adjusting your clothing to help deal with the pain of chronic illnesses, including fibromyalgia. Clothing, in general is painful for me. Bras, waistbands on jeans, even wearing shoes can hurt. I hope sharing this can help some others who are hurting.
Disease & Illness April 10, 2013 Study suggests fibromyalgia pain is caused by small fiber neuropathy: An intriguing study done in the University of Würzburg and published in Brain march 9, 2013 indicates fibromyalgia pain is due to small fiber neuropathy........ if future research in this area indicates fibromyalgia indeed has small fiber neuropathy at the very least people with FM will have the very nature of their pain validated......
MYTH: People Who Take Pain Medication Become Addicts FACT: Most people who take medication to control chronic pain do not become addicted to it. Some pain medications, such as opiates (narcotics), can be addictive, but needing opiates to treat physical pain is different from the compulsive craving and use of a drug in addiction.
Update: 2013 Drug Outlook for Fibromyalgia & Chronic Fatigue Syndrome By Adrienne Dellwo (November 28, 2013) Will we see new drugs for either fibromyalgia (FMS) and chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS) in 2013? It's possible we'll see the first-ever drug approved for ME/CFS, as well as an off-label treatment for both conditions.
“Pain Matters” will air on the Discovery Channel Saturday, Nov. 16, Dec. 7 and Dec. 14 at 8 a.m. It is also available online at www.PainMattersFilm.com “Pain Matters” chronicles the stories of six people with pain and their loved ones: a U.S. Navy veteran who sustained debilitating injuries while serving in Iraq, a two-time Stanley Cup-winning hockey player, a car accident survivor, and individuals with osteoarthritis, fibromyalgia and Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS).