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Faith1967

40d

How do you cope with fibromyalgia?

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    • Susie949

      10d

      @Faith1967 wonderful!! So glad it’s helping ❤️

    • craig71

      31d

      I used pregabalin so my left arm works alittle but I also use diclofenac which I buy online helps alot with the pain and high levels of vitamin d3 which reduces fatigue not a wonder cure but it helps alot

    • Susie949

      39d

      Im trying now a magnesium oil spray from whole food it relieves. There’s a cream diclofenac or voltaren that helps. And long baths with lots of epsom salt

      • Faith1967

        10d

        @Susie949 I tried magnesium oil spray after you mentioned it. I've used it on my feet to help sleep and on my ankles for pain. I've had positive results 😊

        • Susie949

          10d

          @Faith1967 wonderful!! So glad it’s helping ❤️

      • Faith1967

        39d

        @Susie949 I've never heard of magnesium oil spray. I'll have to try it. Thanks for sharing.

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Some people cope with fibromyalgia by using acupuncture, taking medications like Lyrica, joint supplements, nerve repair supplements, and an Omega-3 fatty acid. Others find relief in massage therapy, using a jacuzzi, or doing yoga. Some also use heat patches, pain cream or pain relievers, physical therapy, and try to reduce muscle tension. Rest and relaxation, drinking lots of water, and self-care are also recommended.

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