I have been putting off going to the dentist because of the fibro, and feel alittle embarressed because I haven't been to one in so long. What will the dentist think? I'm scared that I won't feel well the day I schedule an appt. and won't be able to keep my mouth open for a long period of time. I'm also worried that the dentist won't understand my condition and that if he does work on my teeth I will be in more pain. I know that I do need to make an appt. though. I'm just looking for some advice on the subject,and any related experiences. Thanks for any advice.
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