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    Merry Christmas from Oregon.
    wynne67 posted:
    I was diagnosed with Fibro in 2007 , I was lucky enough to go to the Mayo Clinic, so don't get too much flack from local doctors about my diagnosis. The one good tip that sticks with me is to remember our bodies are like a cement mixers and we need to keep moving, so we don't seize up. Today as I'm getting ready for company. I work about a half hr. and then sit down and read for 15 mins.
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    booch007 responded:
    Good morning Wynne,

    Lucky you to have just gone tot he best for your diagnosis! I toow as lucky but it took a few MD's before an answer was found.

    Mimi's favorite saing is P A C E and that's it on the nose. If we push too far over the line you pay...and some can pay dearly. It is a matter of how much joy do you get from crossing your line?

    Well, glad to see you post again. Happy New Year to come.
    May we all get more answers on what is happeneing with us.

    Nancy B

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