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Fibromyalgia and adhesion & fascial issues

Chronic Pain | Last Active: Apr 14, 2021 | Replies (18)

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@nicolekhoury39

I totally agree and relate to the physio-psychological relation with Fibronyalgia, among in general inflammatory spikes in anyone with any general specialty condition that is chronic and incurable life altering. But most specialists really get concened if they have any vrains and conscience when it comes to helping their patients manage the conplex world of living eith a rare diagnosable autoimmune disease, wh8ch I also happen to have Primary Immune Deficiency Common Variable. I have little to nil social support and cant afford a therapist let alone find one taking new patients with Medicare, long before but especially since CO-VID hit. Managing the autoimmune diseases has only got even more psychologicallly overwhelming.

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@nicolekhoury39 Welcome to Mayo Clinic Connect, a place to give and get support.

It doesn't sound like you are in an ideal place and I'm sorry to hear you can't find therapy with your insurance. I'm wondering if you have considered calling your local county human services. I have worked alongside the county for a long time and often there are resources but they aren't advertised. I'm wondering if you have heard of an A.R.M.S. work?

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