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    hlsaunders52 posted:
    iv sufferered fybromyalgia most of my 52 years, am i the only one who has ''tried it all'' to no avail? im tired of being treated for ptsd, ect, when the 'hell' from the fybromyalgia, 'brings on! my other issues, the rare times im not in pain & lifeless, i DONT GET DEPRESSED,( FYBROMYALGIA 'BRINGS ON PTSD ECT), BECAUSE I CANNOT FUNCTION AT ALL WITHOUT SUFFERING AFTER!( MY BODY WONT ALLOW ME TO DO WHAT MY MIND WANTS TO)
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    missietl19 responded:
    I totally understand what you mean. I hurt more than I don't and it does depress you. I try so hard not to be depressed but it's not always easy to pull yourself up by your boot straps. Do you take meds for it?


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