Newly diaganosed so which treatment ???

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Hi I was diagnosed 3 weeks ago am now waiting to see a dr for some medication to help with my pain any ideas on what I might ask to try as I no drs dont always offer things up and help appreciated, dont really have trouble sleeping but I do nap in the day also just always tired ! More back pain , shoilder and neck pain and generally all over fanks all

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    i would avoid meds they can cause more problems then u have already iv had fibro for 10yrs and i have had crippleing pain all over esp my feet ,i b s, tender all over fatigue etc etc . 

    i use magneisum flakes to soak in the bath to ease pain and aid sleep along with lavander oil , or you can soak your feet if you use a shower, 

    q10,b12 vitd3 for pain and energy ,and colidaul gold supplement .

    and accupunture once a fortnight , i know this adds up and i still have to put up with bad days ,but compared to the people on pharmcy meds i am alot better of . 

    if your open minded take a look into brain training on the net to recover from fibro/cfs works for a lot of people, i am trying it .it is a bit of a struggle but its worth a try.

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    Tried many but the only one that works..and that's all I take...is Amitriptlyne..one a day...lots of people on here take it too...apart from that all natural...like tiwas says..try to keep away from drugs...google what it is all about first, good to go to the docs with knowledge.....I take it at night..it takes all pain away and I have a great nights sleep, which certainly helps with any other pain through the day...it may take a while to get the died right, but I think that's the same of any med..:-) xx be blessed..-Aus
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