Just wondered if this is typical of fibro? I am getting an awful lot of burning, at the moment on the top of my head and forehead and down the front of my shins, although I have sometimes had it almost everywhere, arms etc. Sometimes I think I must have pinched nerves in my spine and other times I think it must be a reaction to something I've eaten. I think the not knowing drives me crazier than the actual burning. Does anybody else get this? I now know not to ever eat fried foods because the worst episode I ever got was following a meal of fried corn fritters. Corn AND fried food together. Ouch. Also I have never had a proper diagnosis for fibro, but I have all the symptoms and have had for decades, but there is very little recognition of it here in NZ and usually most doctors I've ever had just tell me it's all in my head.......well it is actually! LOL! But I do have all those tender points and a physiotherapist I once saw privately said he thought I had fibro. Anyway, thoughts on the burning would be appreciated. Thanks!
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