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Old 02-27-2008, 01:51 PM   #1
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Unhappy Can a mini-stroke cause fibromyalgia?

can amini stroke causefiro since i had mine the pain all over my body is so bad

 
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Well, I suppose it is possible. When there is trauma to the body, fibro can rear its ugly head. What does your doctor say about this body-wide pain?

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Old 02-27-2008, 02:09 PM   #3
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hi my doctor is not sure i go to see rumy tomorrow i have really bad pain during the night iseem to hurt more when resting also bad ib do you have any rashes on hads also my eyes have become really bad with light my short term memory is bad andeven the soles of my feet hurt feeing very low and confused about all this dreading tomorrow in case the rumy thinks im mad

 
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Try not to dread it! If he thinks you're mad, go to a different doctor. There will be one that will listen, sometimes it takes time.

Write down all your symptoms so you don't forget, tell the doctor and see what he says. Sometimes I find if I don't get all apologetic and be tough they listen more.

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Re: Can a mini-stroke cause fibromyalgia?

I've had TIA'S (mini strokes) since Chronic Fatigue and Fibro, but not before.

Did the horse come before the cart possibly ?

 
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Re: Can a mini-stroke cause fibromyalgia?

I have had numerous TIA strokes since my late teens (am now 34) but never associated them with Fibro.

Interesting...

 
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Re: Can a mini-stroke cause fibromyalgia?

i have had 6 strokes and so many tia's i have lost count. i and my internist do not feel it is related to fibro in any way. it is genetics for me. my grandma had more than 50 strokes before she died. my mom says i got all the weak genes and my sis got all the strong ones. mom is right. still i am so happy to be alive, here, breathing, ya know?
perhaps it is just a case of freaky timing. who knows. certainly not me. i will be interested in hearing what the doc says to you. most interested.
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