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Postby elljay » Tue Jan 28, 2014 11:31 pm

Hi all, Ihave not been here for quite a while but am asking if anyone else has subluxation and is it to do with FM ?

I have both knee,s popping out a dozen times a day and also in the night when I turn or move. Now my wrists and feet are doing it. I was brushing my hair when my wrist forst popped out or maybe a tendon or something "crossed" over ?
Same happened in my feet but I was already in bed and do not know how I was moving but had terrible pain on the top of my foot and felt it snap back after a it happens in both feet all the time.
I have clavicle pain too and maybe the same is happening with that.
Any help appreciated.

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Re: Subluxation

Postby denys » Wed Jan 29, 2014 12:19 am

Its not on the recognised symptoms of FM but it may be that some members suffer it along side fibro hopefully someone will be along soon to help :-D

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Re: Subluxation

Postby elljay » Wed Jan 29, 2014 12:09 pm

Many thanks for your reply :)
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Re: Subluxation

Postby sara_elizabeth » Wed Feb 12, 2014 7:41 am

in 2003 they started exploring it - ... yalgia.pdf

I was told by multiple fibro specialists that in my case my extreme hypermobility that I was born with contributed to my fibromyalgia happening but everyone is different. The two have never been directly linked officially but I believe it is something that is being explored.

So no concrete answers but for some people (like me) the two are related. Without a medical degree and being your doctor I definitely can't say for you...but for me? It definitely did. So yes it can happen. But you will find hundreds of different "reasons" people developed fibromyalgia on this message board and no one reason is the definitive one :(. Something science is still trying to unlock!!

[I only put "reasons" because everyone sort of pinpoints fibro to a time in their life when something changed and at this one time XYZ was happening but none of us are (sadly) the voices of our actual immune system and bodies, just our thoughts and while we can say what was happening when our lives changed even we cannot specifically say what it was that triggered the fibro. Only what was happening at the time when our lives changed forever. Not as a sign of disrespect!]
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