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gojude posted:
Use the BOLD type to make the type at least a little more legible for those with visual issues.

Use the BOLD type to make the type at least a little more legible for those with visual issues.

Notice the difference?

Jude
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justducky65 responded:
bolder type is a must for me..... I guess I will get use to the rest .

Debi
 
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bjoanne replied to justducky65's response:
has anyone been misdiagnosed with fibromyalgia?
 
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bjoanne responded:
gojude:\Hi, first time here, sorry. HOW do I make It bold?
 
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bjoanne replied to bjoanne's response:
Been here 1/2 hour and already learned something new. I don't know the etiquette of this forum, please forgive my clumsiness. My sister was diagnosed with Early-Onset Alzheimers. They discovered it was ms after she died. I have been dealing with fibromayalgia and chronic fatigue the past ten years. I wonder if I have been msidiagnosed, as well.
 
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hackwriter replied to bjoanne's response:
Bjoanne,

If you start a new thread, introduce yourself and include your questions, you'll get more responses.

Kim
 
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missspills replied to bjoanne's response:
You can always ask your doctor to refer you to a neurologist.
At the moment MRI's can rule out or confirm lesions in the brain. Thus you will at most know if you have MS or a mixture of the two.Fibro and MS do have pain but fibro effects the shoulder etc. area more so than MS I think.
 
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missspills replied to bjoanne's response:
I was bjoanne in 2005. I was given Lyrica which did help at the time. I hated pain radiating all over.Im from Arizona originally so,the heat along with pain kept me confined inside a lot.
When I moved to Ohio I was taken off Lyrica and given Gabapenten which did not work as good as Lyica.
They have a nerve conduction test to check for Fibro and asst. nerve issues. I had it done in AZ. You wear these little nerve shooting things on your feet and then hands an then elec. currents are used to check your reaction.

Personally I think it felt like a TENS unit.
Hope your having a good day bojanne
Linda
 
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justducky65 replied to bjoanne's response:
hi ! Yes I was DX with FM about 15 years before my MS dx.

I dont notice it anymore since I have regular MS symptoms.... ha ha not sure if thats good or bad. do you have both MS & FM???

Debi