My 9 yr. old daughter, Kara, was diagnosed with fibro back in June of this year following a pretty scary disease called Kawasaki Disease. Her doctor has had her on and off several different medications. There are days when all seems normal with her yet the bad days have been out numbering them with the cold weather. I try everything I know to help her yet the pain will not go away for quite some time. Her entire body is in max pain. As always, I called off work to take care of her. My job is on the line since I call off at least once or twice a week for Kara. But nothing is more important than my children. I am scared of how we will make ends meet. I am scared for my daughter that just lies here in agony. All in all, Kara is a very outgoing child. She is a straight A student and has many friends. So I know she is ill when she can\'t go to school but really wants to. Please help me, I don\'t know what to do.
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