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Wynter01

505d

Do y'all feel like growing pains in your legs and thigh pain to your knees?

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    • LemonSnicker

      502d

      I remember telling my parents I felt like I still had growing pain when I wasn’t suppose to! It was the first sign, looking back idk when the growing pains transitioned into fibro lol. But it’s one of the most common pain areas I get, like everyone else is saying, weather, stress, and overexertion bring mine on.

    • LemonSnicker

      502d

      I remember telling my parents I felt like I still had growing pain when I wasn’t suppose to! It was the first sign, looking back idk when the growing pains transitioned into fibro lol. But it’s one of the most common pain areas I get, like everyone else is saying, weather, stress, and overexertion bring mine on.

    • Bubbies

      502d

      Yea seriously all the freaking time. It sounds weird but especially when it’s cold, a heating blanket actually helps A LOT. It feels like it keeps the muscles looser and my legs don’t cramp nearly as much.

    • Moonlight.Moth

      505d

      Yes! I usually get it at least once a week, and it's always at the most inconvenient times!

    • Belugabear

      505d

      Yes exactly! It’s hard to tell if I had growing pains growing up or if it was always fibromyalgia. Maybe a bit of both. But they feel exactly the same! Now it’s just constant when it was once intermittent

    • Lumpy22

      505d

      Yes it does

    • Wynter01

      505d

      It suck so bad 😥

    • Lumpy22

      505d

      When I sit down in the evening my thighs and calves throb and ache 😥

    • chronically.iconic

      505d

      Yes pretty regularly, heat and ice packs and low level pain meds generally help to ease the pain, especially on top of rest x

    • faerywyrm

      505d

      Try to see if your doc can prescribe a breakthrough muscle relaxer. It can help.

    • Geegee9

      505d

      I cannot rest due to work. I have to take more medication as sometimes it hurts so much. I also put it down to fibromyalgia and so would my doctor (as he normal throws everything under that umbrella since being diagnosed at the hospital).

    • faerywyrm

      505d

      Yes, when the weather changes or i overdo. My best advice is to take a day to rest.

    • Birdy91

      505d

      Yes I get this at least once a week lasting thr whole day or more! I always just put it down to fibro and although uncomfortable, frustrating and never seems to have a direct cause it's a symptom that I can deal with easily compared to others

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