I do. Or atleast, I think, I do. That could very well be my problem. I've had Fibro forever, or so it seems. I was officially diagnosed in 1993. I had problems way before that to this day. I went the official route of seeking doctors, being told it was in my head, on and on, every med possible....psychiatrists, testing etc. I was on SSDI for 5 years, then very abruptly got kicked off. That was after moving to Texas and being on it here for one year. The doctor that saw me, saw me for 20 minutes. Then I got the official letter.
Devastated, I found work again....have been working for almost 5 years now. I quit seeing doctors for a while. I have my yearly woman checkup, and I do have a GP that we see now and then. If I'm hurting very badly I go see him and he does bloodwork. It's not often that he prescribes something for the pain. Or he suggests vitamins and minerals that I could be lacking, etc.
The reason that I wrote all this, is that right after getting kicked off SSDI, and finding a job, my pain was manageable. For the longest time I could put this pain that I suffer from under wraps, somewhere else. I could get through the days without it debilitating me. Outta sight, outta mind.
Well, in the last two years that has all changed. I'm no longer able to keep it under wraps, to put it somewhere else. The pain has changed for me. It's gotten 3 times worse. I walk around exhausted, in pain and forget most of the time what I'm doing. So yea, it does get worse.
Now, with that being said, It entirely depends on the person. I'm sure that there are others that it hasn't gotten worse for. But, for me it has.
What's changed it? Made it worse? I do not know...age maybe...hormonal levels...could be. I wish I knew.