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How I've Learned To Live In Constant Pain

Tuesday 12 September 2017

 

From BBC News:

 

Alison Morton
These photos of Alison Morton were taken a few hours apart.
Fibromyalgia is an invisible illness, meaning that at times
it is not immediately apparent.
 

How I’ve learned to live in constant pain

By Katie Silver, Health reporter, BBC News
11 September 2017
Copyright © 2017 BBC.

Alison Morton was 25 years old when she started experiencing pain in her muscles and joints.

Doctors removed her gall bladder - but after symptoms didn't improve, she was eventually diagnosed with fibromyalgia, a widespread condition that affects the musculoskeletal system.

Four years on, it leaves her with "profound fatigue" and constant pain.

"When you get diagnosed, you think that there will be something that can be done," she says.

"But unfortunately there's no cure.

"It literally takes over my body and I can't control it. I'm just out of it."

People with the illness say it feels like their muscles are pulled or overworked. Their muscles can twitch and burn.

 

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