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Breezy1012

816d

what do you do for the burning that acompanies fm/cfs

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    • Breezy1012

      120d

      Weirdly enough since I have sensory disorders the naked fuzzy blanket idea appeals to my skin I haven't been able to wear jeans since 2018 I am on Lyrica for the past 2 yrs but tht comes with a weight gain price

    • Breezy1012

      120d

      Weirdly enough since I have sensory disorders the naked fuzzy blanket idea appeals to my skin I haven't been able to wear jeans since 2018 I am on Lyrica for the past 2 yrs but tht comes with a weight gain price

    • Dissy

      815d

      Lyrica tends to help me the most woth my burning skin. But before I had that I would get completely naked and lay on a plush blanket. Sounds weird but it was all my skin could handle. I would have to shake it out every so often to make sure there were no crumbs or anything small that would scratch me at all. Aloe gel can help a little too if you can handle she stickiness. Thought I wouldn't recommend if you wanted to lay down. Being in a cool shower can help too, but again sometimes the aftermath of a cool shower (the damp skin and drying process) is just too much to handle.

    • LadyBlkny

      815d

      I use THC gummies and OTC pain meds, but I'm very new at this. I hate the burning- I'm sorry you're going through this.

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