On a scale of 1-10, Where’s Your Fibro Pain?

Did you know that prescriptions for painkillers in the United States have nearly tripled in the past two decades? Fatal overdoses have reached epidemic levels, exceeding those from heroin and cocaine combined, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC.)

I understand that years of unrelenting pain can cause even the most stoic patient to look for any relief, no matter the risk, pain meds, at least long term, only lead to more problems.


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Now before I get a flood of email from patients defending their pain pills, let me go on record as I have before – I’m not anti-drug and I’m not totally against pain meds. They can be a welcomed relief, a blessing for those in chronic pain. However, pain meds weren’t ever meant to be used long term.  What is tragic is that so many are being put on these drugs, knowing that the sooner one starts on these meds, the more and stronger, they will most likely need in the in the future.

Surely we should be looking at the underlying issues that are contributing to chronic fibro pain. For most, NOT ALL, the instigator is a condition known as allodynia, or low pain threshold. When this occurs pain is magnified, no matter the cause. Pain medication is certainly one option for managing pain, one used by a growing list of doctors and their fibro patients, but often leads to more symptoms and drugs.

In mainstream doctors defense, they want their fibro patient’s pain to get better and the only thing they know to do is recommend pain meds. This is especially true after realizing the hype about other so called “fibro drugs” is fools gold, they don’t work.

Pain is a symptom. In the case of fibromyalgia the cause can be usually traced to allodynia or a low pain threshold brought on by poor sleep, low serotonin and other stress coping chemicals. The only way to reverse the symptoms of fibromyalgia is to treat the cause-poor health. Getting healthy from the inside out, finding the causes and then correcting the cause(s), is the only way to beat fibro.

If caught early enough, fibro can be reversed and without life robbing drugs.


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4 replies
  1. Kelly yoder
    Kelly yoder says:

    I have had fibro since I was 3 and that’s as far back as I can remember and it’s only getting worse.of course back then the Drs didn’t know what it was so I just thought I had arthritis until I went to my dr because I couldn’t take the pain any longer.1998 I was diagnosed with fibro and arthritis.

  2. Sherry
    Sherry says:

    I have pain throughout my body and its getting worse. This is my 4th year and j just can’t seem to remember what it feels like to be without pain. I’m now at a point where I cannot hold anything for long then I have to put it down because of the pain. Meds aren’t working, I need help


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