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What do Pain clinic doctors say and think about fibromyalgia patients?




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Pain clinic assessment 09/17: “She has no issue with normal gait…strength is good. Does not appear to have any issues with balance. She is able to fully flex…able to extend with no issues. She has 5/5 strength on both sides…although again, right side appears to be 5/5. She has some particularly good strength on the left. Her reflexes are brisk…Again, she has what is noted as normal strength bilaterally. Again, her reflexes are brisk bilaterally. She appears quite hypermobile.”The issues with #MECfS and #Fibromyalgia is that some days are good, some days are bad- but on top of that, some hours are amazing, and some are pure hell. It’s clear that there needs to be more understanding and research within the medical community to understand this illness; these two videos were taken a few days apart. The first one was after running around all day , being extremely stressed and having forgot to eat while the second day is after a relaxing morning with good food and some self care. Flares can come suddenly and abruptly , and we tend to hide away when they happen so you tend to only see the best part of our chronic illness. . . . . . . #spoonie #chronicpain #pcos #spoonielife #spoonies #spoonieproblems #recovering #heal #spoonieprobs #spooniecommunity #ehlerdanlos #cfs #spoonieblogger #spooniegirl #pain #chronicfatiguesyndrome #invisibleillness #invisibledisability #chronicillness #recovery #healing #disability #disabled #fibro #butyoudontlooksick #health

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What do Pain clinic doctors say and think about fibromyalgia patients?

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