Really? fibromyalgia? I thought that was what they told people they had when they couldnt find anything wrong with them. But I'm not a hypochondriac. I hadn't been to the Dr. in 2 years when I went in October because of terrible, constant upper back pain, and trouble sleeping. After several questions from the doctor, he told me my symptoms are very "fibromyalgic". I kind of laughed inside and took my perscription for Cymbalta and got it filled like a good patient. I then went online and Googled it. I have almost every symptom of fibromyalgia on every page I went to. The Cymbalta helps tremedously. Vicodin helps me get through especially bad days. Now that I'm convinced I have this, how do I make my husband understand what I'm going through? He thinks I should just push through the pain, but its so much more than that. I pulled up a page "Understanding Fibromyalgia" the other day and asked him to read it, and he said he would, but he never did. He just doesn't seem to want to know what I'm dealing with. There are days it takes every ounce of energy I can muster just to get out of bed. I feel so guilty but I'm not really sure why. How can I get him to understand this disorder???Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 9:10 PM on Jan. 27, 2011 in Health
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