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Please help. I had an accident 2 years ago, have been fighting work comp. last 1 1/2 years. They have sent me to their specialists but just keep turning their heads. I have so much pain, and symptoms of Fib. 

   Fatigue,weakness,pain in my back,shoulders,neck,restless nights, and the fog is what I have the hardest time with.

   Fussed my c5,c6,c7 @ a year ago and they say it's due to this. My family dr. Has me taking 3 muscle relaxers, a day, and hydro codeine for the pain in the evenings, after a day at work I'm on heat pad and done for the day.

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    You have to get your doctor to send you to Athritis clinic where you will see doctor and physiotherapists they wil check you out to make a diagnosis try and get this done ASAP
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    Hi Terry

    The do say that a traumor can trigger fibro off you need to see your own gp and mention all your symptons but it does sound like it and you need some good pain relife as well hope it helps

    Cherl

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    Sounds like you might have to consider cutting back on the work and seeing if that can reduce the pain by the end of the day.  That's what I am trying cos I keep being glued to a heat pad.  I would personally recommend wearing a magnetic back support bought mine from a weel known public selling site.  Amilipterine at night has helped me be a bit more felxible when I get up in the mornings. Warm baths might be good for you as soon as you come home from work with some muscle relaxants in. Good Luckx
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