Hi Bev! Yes, having trouble standing and more pain is a symptom of Fibro especially with a low pressure coming in. Yesterday I went down to the beach and walked a long way, further than I’m used to – I get tired so easily! Today in Cape Town there is a low pressure coming in and rain tomorrow I think. Today I am tired out and shaking and have more pain in my body especially in the back of my arms. There are trigger points in parts of your body. If you go to Fibromyalgia sites on the Internet such as Dr Rodger Murphree You will see them. You should be diagnosed properly by a Rheumatologist. The meds I am taking are Purblocker to slow the system and the heart down. Fibromyyalgia causes mixed signals to be sent from the brain down the spine and causes pain unco-ordination, and trouble therefore walking and standing. You can get a fuzzy brain, memory impairment, shakiness and sensitivity to loud noises, light and dark. Quite a mixed bag really. Mine started years ago when my immune system went down and I got Chronic Rhinitis. Going back to work and having stressful times in England and coming back to South Africa and getting trauma through burglaries did the rest. Sometimes you get it through and after an operation or a stressful event. I also take two anti depressants a day Cymgen is best – I also take lots of vitamins. I am still badly affected some days. I have moved recently and there is a lot to do, but one should do quite little and excercise, but not more than half an hour. I hope this helps. Please feel free to chat further! By the way where do you come from? Best wishes. Woolie. p.s. I was called this as a child as I always wore lots of jumpers in the winter in England feeling the cold!!