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    in health about fybromiglia getting worse after accident
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    An_267487 posted:
    Feb 26 2015 I fell while doing my job driving a passenger van.During the fall I hit steel steps brusing the left side of my back the left side from lower back I suffer a lot of pain they see nothing on xray but it seems my fibromyglia has got more painful I have suffered 22 years with this pain is there medical proof stating that muscle trauma can make fibromyglia become more intense,or painful
     
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    An_260948 responded:
    go hire a lawyer and doc quit using people in pain to do your dirty work
     
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    blessedladyptl responded:
    You need to see a Rheumatologist for the fibro.

    http://www.arthritis.org/about-arthritis/types/fibromyalgia/causes.php


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