Has anyone experienced inflammation

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In all of the reading I have done on pvs/cfs there is very conflicting information on inflammation. Has anyone experienced inflammation and if so where?

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    My back mainly if I don't get enough sleep. Some how it is connected, if I am tried my back becomes "inflammed" It is sore for a few days mostly in the upper part. When my back is sore that means I am tried and it is ALWAYS CONNECTED! Other parts are on and off such as my knee where I was affected with tendonitis a few years back. It will randomly hurt any day of the week on and off, for an hour or longer then just go away. My neck too hurts but only the right half bothers me, it's really weird how it affects me. If I drink alcohol my upper neck, back and traps begin to go sore for a while.

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    YES! My knees, fingers, elbows . . . it ususally is worse if I eat things like highly processed foods like boxed cereal; sugar is really horrid, and chocolate instigate a riot! Needles to say I don't eat any of these processed foods much anymore. Last night I had this horrid craving for a bowl of cold cereal, and I am suffering for my choice today.  Lots of joint pain. And the change of weather is bad too. 

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      Food has affected me in the past, if I ate out it could be a salad or sushi it would just make me bloat, feel very full and sick feeling. I have not had this feeling in a while though. If I eat too many carbs I do become tried and drained more so.
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