Since fibro effects our tendons and ligaments, I have a question about that. From time to time over the past few years there have been occasions where I'm, oh for instance, getting out of the car, bending over to put something in the dishwasher, sitting on the floor, etc....and my hip will, not totally dislocate, of course, but it's almost like those tendons and ligaments that are supposed to be holding it in the proper position are stretched and the hip is not staying in the right place. I hope that makes sense. This all started after the birth of my son, who weighed almost 11 lbs. I'd been on bed rest for nearly 3 months. It happens maybe 3 times a year. Do you think it's related more to the after-effects of the pregnancy, although he's 8 years old now, I guess it could have caused lasting damage.....or is it a fibro thing? Or a combination of both? I just did it again today and I'm sitting at my desk about to hit the ceiling. All I did was get out of my car and turn the wrong way.
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