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    Help...Please Idon't want to be crazy
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    debbieann57 posted:
    I have had Fibromyalgia for 31 years, now all of a sudden everything is falling apart, 3 months ago I was in the hospital for awhile with Blood Clots going in my heart. Still on blood thinners, had a problem with my heart, and then last week I fell ( don't let anyone tell you that fat bounces,it doesn't). I messed up my wrist, arm, knee and back. My Doctor is now telling me to get a cane or a walker! What I'm only 58! Does this sound right to you or am I nuts? Please someone talk to me. And why is everything begin stupid now with me. Thank you so very much. Debbie
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