Fibromyalgia and nausea

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(a year ago when this started the pain shifted around in his chest but this does not happen any more) I've noticed his hands and feet are often cold and at the moment he gets dizzy and nauseous which only improves when he is lying down. We've been to the docs again today and he has agreed to do another endoscopy and he thinks the meds he is taking should improve the acid reflux and wants to investigate further.
They're still not at a normal stage, though, and I will still feel the pain in my right kidney from time to time. Don't put this off. See your doctor and find out what the source of the nausea and vomiting is!
The members there have more information and personal experience with Fibro and the medications prescribed for the painful condition. Here's the link: http://www.medhelp.org/posts/Pain-Management/Abdominal-pain-for-2-weeks/show/1601456 Does Savella seem to help with your symptoms of Fibro? I hope so and I hope that your pain will be better controlled. Please let us know how you are doing. We'll be interested to hear how you are adjusting to the medication.... and if it is effective.
Following then onwards, I have experince pain trobbing at the back, in between the joint of knees, in between the hip joint, upper and lower both of the legs, at the joints of the arms, in between fingers, at the palm of hands and feet. Am i suffering from fibromyalgia? Do i need to do a full body check-up for diagnosis?
One more reason thought to be implicated in post surgery fibromyalgia is ..... the neck is hyper-extended while doing the intubation and this constitutes a neck injury! Hope that helps.
Fibromyalgia Symptoms Widespread Pain Morning Stiffness Fatigue Vision Problems Nausea Sleep Disorders Urinary and Pelvic Problems Weight Gain Dizziness Chronic Headaches Cold Symptoms Temperomandibular Joint Dysfunction Syndrome Multiple Chemical Sensitivity Syndromes "Fibrofog": Cognitive or Memory Impairment Skin Complaints Chest Symptoms Anxiety Depression Dysmenorrhea Aggravating Factors Myofascial Pain Syndrome Muscle Twitches and Weakness Memory Loss: Is it Real?
went to doctor for assessment for ssd for fibro, he was very nice, came home , hurting but felt like working in yard, did for about an hour, aftermath, extreme nausea, hurting all over could barely move, had to take phenergan to be able to eat, couldn't fall asleep till 0300, i am so sick of not being able to do the things i use to, i could work in the garden or on house work for hours, now, it really sends me into self loathing and sadness.
Nausea with dizziness, stomach protruding, neck pain, weak, and cold legs and hands. Any idea?
The thought Red sauce makes my nausea worse and before my surgery I lived on pasta and red sauce. I'm not sure if the nausea is just so exhausting that foods just are not appealing, but for the most part I try to eat something because it is time to eat and not because I particularly want to. I know that not eating is not going to make the situtation any better. I have tried on really bad days to stick with oatmeal or chicken broth. Sometimes these work - sometimes they don't.
widespread pain, disturbed sleep, and exhaustion from head to toe shortness of breath, numbness and tingling sensations, muscle weakness I get pain in my neck, like muscle stiffness and that comes and goes leg cramping, fatigue, trembling nausea I also had weakness in the left arm, pain and numbness as well I was suffering from migraines and one had caused an anxiety attack Fatigue, muscle weakness, trembling muscles, some muscle spasms, cramping in my right calf, tingling in hands feet and
I have atypical migraines which attack the same area as the fibromyalgia...intestines. I get nausea, bone pain in my core area and intestional distress with a slight headache. Feels like the flu. I take topomax for the migraines morning and night which helps. I am so light sensitive that I have to stay home most of the time and have blackout shades. The diet for migraine is different than fibromyalgia so I walk the fence and follow a modified diet that is organic and healthy.
Take a look at this article: http://www.jpeds.com/article/S0022-3476(99)70173-3/abstract Unfortunately, without journal access through a university/medical library, the full text costs $$, but google scholar caught this glimpse from it: "Several recent investigations have also identified a high prevalence of orthostatic intolerance among those with fibromyalgia. ... " so it does link CFS, EDS, OI, and fibromyalgia (and is by Rowe).
the exact time) but now this year I get dx of bipolar and my pdoc doesn't believe I have fibromyalgia...I know I have the pain....and it feels like it is coming back, and if so this is the fourth flare up (one lasting two years, one lasting 6 months to a year, one was three months because of the depo-provera shot) what do I do to get taken seriously? Am I too crazy to have pain? To be taken seriously? I have my pdoc appointment tonight and my GP appointment tomorrow afternoon.
So now I know that a lot of my issues are due to the fibromyalgia and am working to try and determine when it is fibro or Lupus. He didn't seem to care about treating it, just said that the depression meds I am on will help me sleep and thus help the fibro. Well I have kept telling him I can manage as I thought my issues were due to Lupus and I didn't want to go on prednisone.
It sounds like you are getting a little bit of the run around here. You really need to see a Rheumatologist who is friendly to Fibromyalgia. I looked at your profile and didn't notice where you live. Are you in the states or outside? Below is a really good website to find a doctor or provider who knows how to treat and diagnose FM and CFS. Depending on where you live, I may have one more site for you. http://www.co-cure.org/Good-Doc.
have had many cases of what Dr says are syncopal episodes that cause me to have seizure LIKE act. have visual disturbance and nausea and pounding heart and confusion prior to these episodes have learned the s/s and most times can bring my self out of it or min effects or so ai like to belive.have pain in neck and a constant pressure and a pop everytime I swallow.
My husband and I are ready to start thinking about having a baby, but there is hardly ANY information about Fibromyalgia and Pregnancy out there. Studies are showing that it seems that it IS harder for Fibro patients to get pregnant. However, there are a lot of women with Fibro reporting that they never had that problem. I found some really great info. on the National Fibromyalgia Association's website: www.fmaware.org .
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS), Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME), and Fibromyalgia Syndrome (FMS) patients suffer from complex overlapping signs and symptoms." "Previously we examined patients with chronic illnesses for the presence of mycoplasmal infections. We found that about one half of patients with Gulf War Illness and two third of patients with CFS/ME and FMS were positive for mycoplasmal infections in their blood.
Suffering both post stroke pain and chronic fibromyalgia at the same time that has made my life miserable. I get daily migraine tension type headaches, burning pricking numbness pain, stiffness and bad muscle spasms. Amitriptyline, cymbalta, baclofen gave me bad side effects. I m hoping someone can share their success with other drugs. I m willing to give it a try. Thks in advance!
Most doctors will want to rule out other things as first. The only symptom you have that doesn't really fit in with fibromyalgia is the shaking and nausea. Any chance you could be hypo-glycemic? Are you having any fatigue? Body aches and fatigue are the two most common symptoms of Fibromyalgia. I would make an appointment with your doctor to see what's going on. Best wishes and health!
Tender points tend to be located at areas in the body where muscles and tendons join together. In particular, fibromyalgia sufferers are apt to feel neck pain, shoulder pain, lower back pack and pain in the waist, ribs, buttocks, and knees. A common example of one such symptom is pungent or strong-smelling urine. The patient may feel embarrassed to even bring up the topic with her physician.
After I took it I felt good for appox a 4 days and once again the fullness and nausea returned. I have stopped eating bread but have not started a strict gluten free diet. Im scared to eat as I have no clue why foods make me soo nautious and uncomfortable. Have I been misdiagnosed with fibromyalgia as celiacs can cause alike symptoms (joint pain)? I think my dad may have had it celiacs but he has passed.
Allergies increasing over the years, getting more severe and sensitive as time went on. Traumatic birth with my daughter, and with the gastro, and chronic fatigue and all over pain - got a diagnose by two Rheumys of fibromyalgia. Other symptoms include gluten intolerance - extreme bloating, pain, diarrhea, nausea, throat itchiness when eat gluten, processed foods.
Because the pain, nausea and headaches are worse at night, I have a terrible time sleeping and will often wake up a few times throughout the night due to pain in my hips, lower back and neck. I have had to take a few days off of work and for 2 weeks have been spending allmost the entire time in bed. I can sleep throughout the day in spurts, but never feel rested and the symptoms never go away. I feel like I have a terrible flu without a fever or other obvious symptoms. HELP!
When I shower at mild/warm temps I get dizzy/light headed, serve fatigue, nausea, and have to lay down. Completely wipes me out and I can't do anything for the remainder of the night. My hands and feet are ALWAYS cold. I have sensory changes/problems with temperatures. (cold feels like burning) I notice I am becoming more clumsy and dropping things, like I think im holding on to the item, but I drop it. Stairs are difficult and I sweat going up them and take breaks because my muscles are weak.
Thanks to a website called Medhelp, I was messaged from several people that were originally diagnosed with Fibromyalgia and later with Celiac Disease. After researching the symptoms and my current laboratory testing, I am starting to wonder if it could be Celiac Disease. I am in desperate need of medical advice, from someone that has more experience in Autoimmune Diseases.
I have also been diagnosed with IBS and have nausea/ diarrhea and constipation alternating. I went to a chiropractor for the first time yesterday and she asked me about fibromyalgia because I am so very tender and tight. She thought I should be checked out. So I am thinking about going to a rheumatologist soon although my mom doesn't think this is the problem. I am a 30 yr old female. I am also tired all the time.
Get off of the Lexapro and you will see the nausea disappear. If you are able to get off of all prescribed medication and not freak out, do it. These medications are highly toxic and not good for you at all. Like you said, all they do is mask the problem. Start looking into all natural remedies and self healing.
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