I've had FMS as long as I can remember so I've not kept up on things and its difficutl for me to sit here and do research too much pain but I am wondering if I have a cross over of cfs now. I sleep alot, severely weak, depression of course, severe loss of memory, trembling legs, stomach issue though that is due to pain meds and ibs. The list is long for me. I just want to get proper treatment if any is available different from FMS. I also take immune supressants for psoratic athritis. My mom died last month and it feels like I am never going to get through this when I was barely getting through it before. She was my constant support and my employer I've taken a huge hit and my husband wants to me to go and get a job. Weve been married three years and he just doesn't understand how severe my health conditions are and I am feeling more and more worthless. I can't even pick up clothes or vaccuum because of the pain in my neck oooo it hurts. If I try to vacuum my legs tremble and I'm weak until the next day...how do I know the differnce between lack of activity and atrophied muscles and chronic fatigue? I'm so lonely my daughters live in other states are to busy to call and all the women in my family are gone.
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