I wake up with my arm completley with no feeling, it is like a rag doll, It just flops.. I have to get my husband to help(Embaressing).. Then when it comes back, it is worse than when your arm of foot falls asleep. It is an intense burning, almost on fire feeling... And if I am sleeping, and my arm is in a certain position, I have to wake my husband and ask him to move me.. I feel so pathetic.. It seems to be getting worse.. I thought once I addressed my eating disorder, I would get better(At least thats what my husband, and DR. said). Well it hasn't... BOth my husband and Dr. are not ones who are too sure of this(Fibro).. So I try to hide as much as I can, so I do not look like a baby, or a complainer.. But, I just want to scream, and cry.. Cry not just by myself...
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