Fibro fog

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This is my first time to so i hope i'm doing this right  and someone can help me. I'm getting really worried, . A lot of the time i'm saying a sentince the last word i say is totally wrong, i could be saying, i would like to sit on this chair, i would say i would like to sit on this tomatoe the end word just comes out all wrong, its always the last word and as soon as i have said it i know right away its wrong can someone help plz or is this a part of fibro fog xx

 Sorry i think ive put this one the wrong 


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    Sounds just like Fibro fog to me, I do exactly the same.
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    I often use the wrong word and again I know it as soon as I have said it. I think it probably is the fibro fog. It has become a bit of a joke with my family now - I try not to worry about it.
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    I was given the Fibro dx in 1999 and believe thyroid has a major connection with FM....and I've never had the "fog"....keep waiting for it....BUT, also I've been taking a powerful antioxidant: pycnogenol or grape seed extract and both these attack any fog issues....they work on bodywide circulation.

    I use only supplements for the FM issues with an otc pain med....

    Many body systems need to be addressed.....J

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