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"It Will Take Me About An Hour And A Half For A 10 Minute Walk": Woman With Fibromyalgia Is Shaving Her Hair For Charity

Wednesday 26 October 2016


From the Halstead Gazette:


Jill Liman
TIRED: Jill Liman has constant muscle pain

It will take me about an hour and a half for a 10 minute walk": Wife with muscular condition is shaving her hair for charity

By Katherine Palmer
October 22, 2016
©Copyright 2001-2016

A WIFE who has suffered with a muscular condition since she was a teenager is fundraising for the charity that supported her.

Jill Liman, from Sible Hedingham, has Fibromyalgia- a condition that leaves her with muscle pain, fatigue and disturbed sleep.

The condition affects one in 50 people, but Mrs Liman, from Hawkwood Road, is not letting it beat her.

Mrs Liman, 50, said: "I believe I have had Fibromyalgia since my teenage years, but at first I thought it was normal so I learned to live with it.

"However over the years it has got worse and I was diagnosed about four years ago."


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