After years of constant suffering, and dealing with the mainstream medical system (including being told I was imagining it), I finally got a diagnosis today!
Here's what it feels like (from my perspective) to get Fibromyalgia, how it feels to FINALLY be diagnosed, and some advice and encouragement for anyone facing chronic neurological symptoms.
When I was first told by doctors in 2016 I likely had this condition, I put out this educational video about it, and in 2018 I wrote on Steem about my addiction to the pharmaceuticals prescribed to help me cope with it, here, here, and here.
I hope this discussion of my diagnosis, and ways I push the condition into remission, are helpful to someone. Thanks for sharing this info with anyone who might need it. I think it would have helped me a lot when I was first slammed by symptoms a few years ago.