Hi, I am writing for a lot of women in my family who suffer from fibromyalgia among other types of arthritis and debilitating diseases. All the women in my family who have it have all been fairly to very strong physically. They are all rh- or their mothers were rh-. We have all wondered if there may be a high percentage of women who have rh- blood and fibromyalgia. I met a women who suffered from fibro and many other illness who also had rh-. She found she had a hemolytic disease and had her spleen removed and had immediate relief to her problems. This was not the problem for my family. They all consulted the doctor, but had no hemolytic disease, which is like sickle cell where your blood cells are misshapen and burst under the pressure of the spleen, causing anemia and many other problems. If any one has fibro and rh- blood, please respond to this. Perhaps the doctors should be or perhaps are looking at a possible connection. Or it could just be a coincidence in my own family. Thank you all, Heather
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