Every time I eat I get sick from both ends. Trying to eat the least upsetting food for my stomach. I was dehydrated and had to go to ER. They couldn’t tell if it was from the new meds (started right after) or a bug. Either way it has been over a week now and I still am sick after eating.
Mentally I am sick as well. Between the two I am in bed all the time and sleeping. I sleep at least 16 hours every day. Went to psyche nurse today and she is adding an older anti-depressant to my cocktail. Though I have to wait since what she ordered doesn’t come in that size and they have to order it anyhow.
I am so sick and tired of this. I am suffering physically and mentally and still having trouble with my cognizance. Typing is a real trial and can’t spell anymore.
Please excuse my ins and outs. I will be here when I can tolerate it.
Doctors do tend to recommend that you do some light exercise with Fibromyalgia. Mine suggests walking (have a fitbit and slowly adding more steps) and swimming in warm water is another one.
Though for some this works the opposite and increases the pain. You have to decide which is more important to you and what your pain level is. I am trying to walk through mine before I become completely unable to walk at all and end up in a wheelchair.
Vitamin D deficiency has been associated with fibromyalgia due to the similarities in symptoms. Deficiency in Vitamin D symptoms include fatigue, body aches and pain, mood swings, anxiety and depression. Though there is no strong evidence that vitamin D deficiency causes fibromyalgia, various clinical trials have found that fibromyalgia patients who are given vitamin D supplements showed significant improvements in fibromyalgia symptoms.
Spending just 10 to 15 minutes in mid-morning sun every day enables your body to produce enough vitamin D, according to the Food and Drug Administration. However, the time needed to produce sufficient vitamin D may vary according to your geographical location, your skin color, your weight etc. For optimal sun exposure, make sure that you do not wear any sunscreen on your skin as it impedes the absorption of both UVA and UVB of which the latter is what your body needs to produce vitamin D.