He'll I'm Michelle

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He'll I'm Michelle

Postby Michellemybell » Sun Dec 11, 2011 12:33 am

Hi ladies and gents (if men can get this illness)


I really do not know enough about this but I have all the symtoms, I am in so much pain when I am not taking a he'll of a lot of painkillers. I am dizzy, sickening, in pain legs mostly mirgrains. Worst I just can function properly and having two little ones 3/4 it is getting harder. I am alway upping the dose because of pain and migraine I am finding it difficult to sleep and difficult to stay awake if you know what I mean. I feel like I am in a bad mood all the time.

Anyway I am sure to get to know some of you ones I can profe I am not a troll because of the spelling..



Thank you :( :-)
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Re: He'll I'm Michelle

Postby buxbunny » Sun Dec 11, 2011 1:24 am

Welcome Michelle i'm sorry to hear your struggling but i too just joined and guys and girls here been more than supporting.
Yeah guys get it too im guy got young daugter and is tough. Ufortunatly my body doesnt respond to any medication.

off topic how do you have 3/4 of a child?

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Re: He'll I'm Michelle

Postby loubie » Sun Dec 11, 2011 4:15 am

hi michelle :xmaswave1:
welcome to the forum
it must be hard work looking after your little ones :yikes:
but you will be doing a great job and you are mummy and they love you :-D

is it time to go back to gp to have a look at your meds

good to have you with us :xmaswave1:

buxbunny, michelle's children are 3 years and 4 years old :lol:
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Re: He'll I'm Michelle

Postby FluppyPuffy » Sun Dec 11, 2011 12:48 pm

:welcome: to the forum Michelle :wave: :wave:

Have you been told you have FM, or are you still trying to find out if that is what is causing your symptoms??

It's difficult bringing up little'uns when you feel so lousy all the time, My son was a toddler when things were starting to affect me, so he has only really known me with FM. It is possible to do things with them tho, and have some laughs and fun together, it just might take a bit of time to find the right balance for you :fingerscrossed: :fingerscrossed:

I'm with loubie about meds, maybe you should see your GP about them with you saying how badly you're feeling. There are various things to try, with lots of combinations, so altho it involve a bit of trial and error, there may be a mix of things to help you :wave: :wave:
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Re: He'll I'm Michelle

Postby shazq » Sun Dec 11, 2011 5:02 pm

:welcome: to the forum Michelle :xmaswave1:
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Re: He'll I'm Michelle

Postby shelleydwales » Mon Dec 12, 2011 12:24 am

Hi Michelle :welcome:
My lil man is 4,also have a 16 year old daughter,phew its hard
Going trying to be mummy when in so much pain!
Go see your gp to see if you can get some dif pain relief,there are loads of dif meds ,if you
Can find one that works for you things will get better! :hugs:
Shell xxxx

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Re: He'll I'm Michelle

Postby animalhouse » Mon Dec 12, 2011 10:16 am

hi michelle.

my kids are older 13/15 and 9 so not so little but i do homeschool my youngest.

however fibro has meant we have done alot of settee/bed based activites for school and for exercise/pe he goes on the wii everyday as i don;t get out wihth him on my own.

sometimes i have a lazy game of golf with him but if he wants something abit more hardcore such as tennis/table tennis then i cant without being in agony as i suffer with my wrists/hands as well as walking any distance.


take care anyway build in telly time in your day if you can its a godsend.
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Re: He'll I'm Michelle

Postby denys » Tue Dec 13, 2011 12:40 am

Hi Michelle welcome to the forum
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