I recently watched a video on ihealthtube.com Dr. Stephen ?. He sees alot of people that are dianosed with fibro that have a low thyroid which doesn't show up on blood tests. Also, low vitamin D can cause alot of our symptoms. With so many people being diagnosed with fibro as a catch all, it might be helpful for some of us to look into hypothyroidism or low vitamin D as the problem. Anyway, food for thought.
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