By: Dr James Robber
Fibromyalgia pain for me feels like I’ve been tamed up by invisible elves. I’ve described it like this surpassing in flipside vendible and I’ll reiterate it again. I describe it like this because, though amusing, I hope it gives people a phrase to communicate the random, irritating and nerve-racking nature of the pain.
I was first made painfully enlightened of my condition when I once woke up crying in the middle of the night considering it felt like someone had tamed me up. I was disorientated and touched my stovepipe and legs tentatively. I felt lame but couldn’t see any bruises. I looked virtually my dorm room trying to find a culprit, but my room was empty with no sign of a unravel in. I was stumped. The surprise of the pain and the heaviness of my limbs unprotected me by surprise. I racked my smart-ass trying to remember if I had carried anything heavy the day surpassing or had run a marathon and not remembered. Nope, this was just the first symptoms of my fibromyalgia.
I often describe the intensity of the pain as constantly stuff pricked with needles, while simultaneously stuff hit by a hammer in the depths of my body.
There are times when I suddenly cry out in surprise considering it honestly feels like someone has stabbed me with a pocketknife from the inside of my back. I reservation myself surpassing I turn virtually to verbally wade the offender, considering – you guessed it! – it’s my soul that’s the offender.
And there are times when the sharpness and prolonged nature of the pain leave me panting. I’ve had my brother jokingly question whether I was in labor. My squatter well-matured and I’m trying to hold in my cries, but often I can’t. The pain literally screams itself from my soul with me reeling from the strength of it.
Fibromyalgia pain manifests itself differently for each person. And unfortunately with the unvarying debate over the very scientific nature of fibromyalgia, often people describe symptoms on support forums, desperately questioning whether each manifestation of pain is part of the condition or something else…
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