I’m not sick. There’s fibromyalgia.

Struggling with fibromyalgia is something new every day. My diary is a constant battle on a piece of land; I’m full of dangers, I don’t know where I’m going or what to do. I’m in an infinite symptom course.

Every obstacle is calculated to avoid risk, but the more I strive, the more the result is never predictable. Variables are not important.

There are many symptoms of fibromyalgia, including:

Chronic muscle pain, muscle spasms or tension 
severe chronic fatigue and decreased energy 
Sleepless simple to replace mental tasks, difficulty in recalling 
hardness after taking off from sleep or after staying in the same position for a long time after waking up feeling tired as he slept 
(az fibroidea fog K) 
Any reportable abdominal pain without gastrointestinal problems, bloating, nausea and constipation 
, chronic tension or migraine 
Sensitivity to one or more of the following: smells, noise, bright lights, drugs, some foods and cold 
anxiety and depression 
drowsiness or on the face, arms, hands, legs or tingling in the feet
Swelling sensation in the hands and feet (without actual swelling), 
jaw and facial tenderness 
Costochondritis, inflammation of the cartilage that connects the ribs to the sternum 
continue with the proceeding. They’re getting better. Just like allodynia, the sensitivity of a touch has increased, which is normally caused by things that are not uncomfortable, such as wearing clothes.

I’m struggling with pain and fatigue for me. Single. It’s not just a headache or I’m tired. Full body pain like you’ve had a flu. Fatigue like you can’t sleep in 48 hours. It’s every day. This is my constant foundation. My normal existence is a sick day. Or hangover. That’s how I live.

As a reference, I am 27 years old, 5’1 Referans and 120 pounds. I look healthy.

However, the most difficult part is the other symptoms. They sweep as a pinball machine in my body; In constant sharp and fast pains, you can constantly hold your breath before moving so fast, changing the place and seriousness. Regular time for hours at a time; where my legs feel like they have 100-pound weights attached to them.

Usually, when I’m running my basic feet, it hits like a ton of bricks that turn into sweat, and then I had to warm up a lot, because vur take a break dönüş, because it’s hard to buy toilet paper in Target. Eight hours of work in my full-time job makes me feel like running a marathon.

The list goes on. Instead of trying to explain one of the numerous illnesses I am feeling right now, I stopped saying hisset I don’t feel well, thank you for asking Kend.

Speaking of moments, that’s all I can think of. In this painful moment, I am in bed, trying to keep myself away from “self.” Tomorrow, in the previous moments, during and after my travel in public transportation..

In three weeks, I start on a 30-hour trip. How will I react? What name will you give (this is when ında b * ku fan hits bu how do we describe it)? How long does it take to transfer from X to Z? When I get to Z’s position, will I have to leave at any time? How much energy should I use in the eight hours I need to work?

Stand up every 45 minutes to reduce the pain level by five percent. Walk at least 4,000 steps to reduce the pain level by 10 percent. Relax after a 20-minute walk. Go to bed for at least nine hours to work at about 75 percent the next day.

Since there is an error in my database, everything is a calculation.

No more models in my code.

Everything is unknown.

At work, I’m thinking about giving a colleague more information about why he is İş sick bilgi yesterday. If he had discovered what made me sick, he asked curiously. I playfully replied: parç Sometimes I just get sick. Iy But a part of my support and empathy that begged me to tell me the truth. The thing about fibromyalgia is that it doesn’t look like anything else. The thing about fibromyalgia is that nobody knows what it is.

The most common response is a confirmation that has been deleted twice – that they have an acquaintance (usually female) or that they are lam mother friendly En. The conversation stops. It’s not like the fucking flu. People know what it is. People take it. You’re sick

Fibromyalgia is in its class and different for everyone.

My elevator talk usually goes like this: neden I have a central nervous system disorder that causes extensive chronic pain and fatigue. M It’s bad because I’m trying to make it feel bad.

Because I want people to pay attention.

I want people to know about fibromyalgia and what it does; The power he has to live in the shadows. We hide ourselves like other diseases, so we go through a series of tests that our insurance will not cover. This turns my friends and family into skeptics. It allows people to think (and not feel) that I am a liar, false, and lazy person. Try to get my job, my relationships, my love and passion for life.


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