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    The reason for fibromyalgia
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    firefae25 posted:
    There are two causes for fibromyalgia lack of rem sleep...go on a sleep aid. Never take temazepam or Xyrem. I would love and honorary doctorate. My name is Katrina Blackstone I can be contacted at Firefae25@comcast.net
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    hlmjangel responded:
    dr's have had me on more medications than anyone would believe, sleeping pills make me worse next morning, narcotics, large amounts never!!! helped the fybromyalgia pain / ache, never came close, im the one who said to dr's, if all these pills are not taking away my ''hell' dosnt it tell you its something else? i cant tell others what to do, but as a fybromyalgia sufferer, narcotics, sleeping pills, antidepressents, ''never'' worked for me.


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