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What Questions Do You Have About Fibromyalgia?

By Sue Ingebretson

April 28, 2020

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There are a lot of questions when it comes to Fibromyalgia and chronic illness. It’s confusing enough to be sick, and everything that surrounds us can feel confusing, too. When I was ill, I wondered … Are my symptoms normal? What am I doing wrong – I keep having flares? and Why can I sometimes eat a particular food and be okay and other times, not?

 

You know the drill.

 

In the fibro world, it’s another day, another symptom/circumstance, and more questions. Would you like an answer to yours? Read on!

 

Fibromyalgia and Questions

 

I’d like to help with what’s burning most in your mind. What worries do you have that twirl around on repeat?

 

What frustrates you the most?

 

Is it –

 

  • How to manage your symptoms while meeting the needs of others?
  • Figuring out what to do first?
  • Wondering what foods work and which ones don’t – for you?
  • Trying to heal some of your symptoms at a time?
  • Dealing with others who don’t understand and the stress involved?
  • The effort behind holding down a job (or a household) even though you feel like a wrung-out dish towel?
  • Eliciting the support you need, in the way you need it?

 

Whatever it is, I want to hear it.

 

My Own Questions About Fibromyalgia

 

As you may or may not know, I’ve traveled my own wonky fibromyalgia journey. Many years ago, I was crippled by pain on a daily basis. I couldn’t digest most of the food I tried. I didn’t sleep. I felt alone in a world – especially when I compared myself to everyone else who seemed to have fully-functioning bodies. I had no support when it came to the medical practitioners I was seeing.

 

Get the picture?

 

I felt isolated and alone.

 

And, I don’t want that for you. Here’s how I can help. 

 

Formulate Your Own Questions About Fibromyalgia

 

I’m grateful that I’ve been able to figure things out. I now live a nearly pain-free life without the symptoms that once held me hostage. (Thankfully, I turned things around almost two decades ago.) That’s why I’ve written books, continue to write articles, and work with clients one-on-one.

 

When it comes to questions and answers – things are different now. When I was searching, answers were few and far between. Now, answers are everywhere. But there is such a thing as too much. We live in an age of information overload. It’s not easy to filter out, sort, synthesize, and make sense of everything we see, hear, and read. Not to mention the veracity of it.

 

But, that’s what I do.

 

I use my own personal experiences, research, education, and the knowledge base I’ve gained from helping others through the process. I use this collective skill set to work with those who are interested in making changes.

 

For now, I’d be happy to answer your questions.

 

What do you want to know MOST,

right now?

 

Simply respond to wherever you’re seeing this post.

 

If it’s an email, hit reply. From my blog site, Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, or LinkedIn leave a comment. On Twitter, RT with your question or PM me there.

 

And, of course, I’m always open to email. Send me your questions directly to my site HERE.

 

What Will I Do With Your Fibromyalgia Questions?

 

I plan to answer your questions right here on my blog, RebuildingWellness. I’ll group them by category and answer one (or more if appropriate) in my individual posts. I plan to answer them in the weeks and possibly months ahead depending on the volume of responses.

 

Important Tip: Be as specific as possible. It’s difficult to concisely answer vague and general questions (such as – how do I get rid of pain). So be as specific as possible about the circumstances surrounding your question. When do you have the concern the most? Where? Around what situation? Details that you provide may be the very thing that helps others relate to it, too.  

 

It’s time to add your voice to the fibro community choir! I look forward to hearing from you.

 

 

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~ Sue Ingebretson