Hi, everyone. I went to the rheum yesterday and was diagnosed with fibro. Was really hoping I was wrong, but she said I was a textbook classic. She prescribed Flexerol and neurontin, I took the 1st Fllex last night and this morning I can barely move and am in so much pain. I am wondering if maybe the flex put me in such a deep sleep I slept like a log & that's why I hurt- not moving my body throughout the night? Has anyone else woke up worse from flex? find it more damaging than helpful? I had to have extensive x-rays of my hips, lower back & neck & it was really hard to get in the positions and hold them. So maybe that is it? Along with the emotional stress of getting diagnosed. I don't know. I do know I don't want tomorrow to be like today. I have to take my daughter to the dentist and with her special needs it's going to be tough so I need to not make it harder.
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