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groundbeef

359d

I've been having an issue where every morning about an hour after I wake up I start having pretty extreme pain that lasts all day. I was wondering if anybody else experiences this and if there's a good scientific explanation as to why even if I wake up and no pain without fail an hour later I'm in pain?

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    • 55isMe

      324d

      I have the same thing but for me, it is my chronic migraine. For roughly the last decade, the migraine waits until i wake and then comes on. Imitrex+excedrin+ibuprofen is my friend. Imitrex keeps it away, Occasionally, the migraine starts at 4am instead. It gets such a head start that i am very thankful for the ones that are an hour after waking.

    • 55isMe

      324d

      I have the same thing but for me, it is my chronic migraine. For roughly the last decade, the migraine waits until i wake and then comes on. Imitrex+excedrin+ibuprofen is my friend. Imitrex keeps it away, Occasionally, the migraine starts at 4am instead. It gets such a head start that i am very thankful for the ones that are an hour after waking.

    • Bird68

      324d

      😥

    • Beach_Gal

      330d

      The same thing happens to me, for an hour I’m ok then my neck, shoulder blades and back start hurting me, I’m so tired of constant pain 🥲

    • sorenachy

      332d

      It may be because you went from relaxed to moving around?

    • WillowRabbit

      359d

      I wonder if it's anything to do with your natural body rhythm Your circadian rhythm

    • Bird68

      359d

      Sorry what is hypermobility?

      • dolphinblues

        358d

        @Bird68 hyper-mobility is a lifelong progressive connective tissue disorder. People who have it have extra flexible joints, and in more severe cases elasticity of the skin. For example, their fingers can bend backward, some far enough to touch the top of their wrist, and their elbows and knees can hyper extend. It can cause problems anywhere in the body where there is connective tissue.

    • BJSTREEHOUSE

      359d

      Do you eat or drink something in that 1st hour?

    • faerywyrm

      359d

      It sounds like a flare-up. Many of us get them. It's hurtful, but can be an experience you may want to keep for discussion with your dr.

    • misunderstood

      359d

      I have the same issue as well. I wake up and feel alright for a little bit then here it comes. wish I had a answer for ya but I'm searching as well.

    • Suboo

      359d

      🙌 🙌 🙌

    • Suboo

      359d

      I have pain every single day of my life 24 seven and it never stops. Where is your pain and describe your pain.

      • groundbeef

        359d

        @Suboo it's a all over pain, The worst of it is in my back legs and hands. It's kind of like a flu like body ache. It's very dull but sometimes I'll get random sharp pains in my legs. I'm almost always in pain except for that one hour in the morning, sending ya some virtual support 🫶

        • Ilovepeekaboo

          359d

          @groundbeef what helps you with the pain in your hands?

    • BlackBonnet

      359d

      Maybe it's to do with gravity, do you have hypermobility?

      • groundbeef

        359d

        @BlackBonnet I do also have hypermobility. That is such a good point! It's more all over flu like body aches, can that also be caused by hypermability?

        • dolphinblues

          358d

          @groundbeef Yes, hyper-mobility can cause widespread body pain. My granddaughter has hyper-mobility and her body aches is how we found out she has it. Her pain is usually in back and legs in the morning.

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