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Also remember that she can't rebound from stress as fast as a non-fibro human and sometimes the brain parts like to crap-out and this can be mistaken for disinterest or a bad mood.
I would also like to add, that many FM medications are known to cause birth defects and the two of you should discuss a plan of action for accidental pregnancy if the relationship has become sexual.
Oftentimes, you’re not sure what to say because you don’t feel qualified to give advice but you feel compelled to say something.
But it always looks different when you’re inside the mess than it is when you’re standing on the sidelines.
Any and all advice (or hell, criticism if you feel it warranted) is appreciated - as I'm sure you've gathered, I really like this woman and I would really like our relationship to succeed.:-)Treat her just like you would if she didn't have Fibro. And the very latest research is beginning to prove out a theory: The brain and spinal cord's dedicated immune system is attacking the central nervous system which includes the brain, brain stem and spinal cord.
On the site is a blogger who is excellent, Andriene Dellwo. Her articles are brief and to the point and she is very good on explaining research and giving links to that research. up for her newsletter in the upper right hand corner of her page.
Accidental pregnancy is one thing, but putting a high chance of having a very sick child with that is something that can't be ignored.
Did they offer some platitudes or cliche advice that sounded impossible to follow?He also encourages me to keep stretching and will do some of them with me. That one doesn't help much with the pain, but it is a nice distraction.For me, it was important for someone to not treat me like I was disabled, yet understand the pain I was going through. There are a lot of people who say treat her like anyone else, but I sort of like that my man is cautious of my needs at times.I went into this relationship with my eyes wide open and I'm trying to learn more about the condition everyday.Fibro is by no means all she is, and I'm in constant awe of her for how she deals with it.
Her personality is brilliant as well - she's witty, intelligent, forceful with her opinions and driven to the point of stubbornness.