I am a 44 year old married woman who was diagnosed with fibor in October 2006. I have fibro fog so please forgive any errors you mat see. I was a petite, professional, active woman until my husband became disabled in 2005. I had to quit my commissioned job and go to a clock in and out job. STRESS!!!!!!!!! I used to run every where I went now if someone said run or I'll shoot I am afraid they would have to shoot. ;-) This hit it brought so many other conditions as well that I had all along but having fibro makes them stand up and pay attention big time. I can not even drive my car. I feel like I am eighty when I get up and sometimes I am 100 for weeks. I lost my factory job in October no love loss, but money is the thing that pays bills. I know I need to file for disability too. I need folks that truly understand to talk with. My family is very supportive but no one knows like some one who has this awful thing. Thanks for listening!!
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