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Old 04-13-2010, 09:22 AM   #1
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Is it normal to ache ALL over?

Today I saw yet another doctor, and he did that tender point-check. He was surprised to see that I actually hurt from head to toe, so the tender points aren't the only ones affected. I ache ALL over. Is this normal in Fibromyalgia, or could this mean that I have something else? I've had the diagnosis for only 2 years now.

 
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Re: Is it normal to ache ALL over?

On some days I ache all over, on others it's just specific areas - when they did the tender point check 14 out of 18 hurt (places where I had no idea I could have pain - weird!)
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Old 04-13-2010, 02:44 PM   #3
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Re: Is it normal to ache ALL over?

I was diagnosed several monthes ago and that's what got me to the doctor in the first place. I literally hurt all over, it was a major effort just to get dressed and go out to do errands. Thank goodness my meds are working well for me...I hurt a little at times, but nothing like I did back in Jan/Feb.

 
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Yes you do. It is similar to have the flu 24/7.

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Old 04-14-2010, 09:54 AM   #5
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Re: Is it normal to ache ALL over?

Sometimes I Wish I only hurt in the "Trigger Points" areas. Yes I hurt sometimes All over my body. from my neck to the bottom of my feet. Today my feet have been cramping. Not fun
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Re: Is it normal to ache ALL over?

I agree. There are times when it's a certain thang that hurts, and then there's times when all the thangs hurt--feels like pain cement poured into every cell of the body. Usually happens when I do too much.

 
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