Hi, My name is Chris and I was diagnosed with Fibro last year. The doctors say that by some of the symptoms I have had in t he past, it sounds like it has been here for at least 15 years. It doesn't mix well with a fall that I had last year. I need surgery on my neck and I am scared of that. Some of the pains that I have they can't figure out what it is yet. It doesn't match Fibro. I have other issues as well but a lot of them are psychological. I am looking to find people who understand what this feels like. I have talked to a couple of people on here and I pray not everyone is like the two I talked to. All people with Fibro don't feel same. The first Fibro person I talked to on here wanted to compare notes and tell me they are way worse than I am. Maybe they are. That isn't the reason we are here, is it? I won't even go into some of the people who talk dirty out here. So anyone who is a human and knows how to act like one, I would love to talk to you. I am a great listener as well. I am usually better at that than I am talking about my issues.
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