Fibromyalgia is a neuro-musculoskeletal disorder, also known as an invisible illness. I was diagnosed in 2014 with the same and trust me, getting a diagnosis was one thing but finding a doctor who would help you with a pain management plan is another. I say pain management because there is no treatment or cure for… Continue reading Book Review of ‘Life with Fibromyalgia’ (reviewed by Tasneem Kutubuddin)
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When imagination also fails!
There is a very good chance that you are sitting while you’re reading this post. Take a second to consider how much time of a day you spend sitting. Out of the 24 hours that you have, the majority of time is spent sitting. If you are at work, it’s a minimum of 8 to… Continue reading When imagination also fails!
Recommended Reads on ME/CFS by Arun Dahiya
While living with a Chronic Illness can have its own challenges, books and movies sometimes act as a respite which help us cope with our illnesses better. Today, we have with us, Arun Dahiya who shares her list of recommended reads on ME/ CFS which have impacted her positively.
My EDS story by Shruti Chopra
Hi, I am Shruti Chopra. I have Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome and many of its comorbidities. It was an evening in late October 2015 when one evening, I stood up, felt sharp needles being hammered into my legs and feet, I fell back in bed, my legs didn't feel like mine anymore - they'd given way. I… Continue reading My EDS story by Shruti Chopra
Fibromyalgia in Men by Manik Gupta
About four years ago, in May 2016, I had the first inkling that there is something wrong going on in my brain. A vein on the left side of my brain was pulsating, and I was having a severe anxiety attack. That was the start of my Fibromyalgia. At that time I didn’t know what… Continue reading Fibromyalgia in Men by Manik Gupta
Discovering CFS by Michelle George
Michelle George, a CFS warrior shares her diagnosis journey on #CFSAwarenessDay!
Living a miracle by Karishma
This World Lupus Day, the wonderful people at Chronic Pain India asked me to share my story with Lupus. A monster we can’t see but we fight every single day. So, here’s the story of a miracle living a miracle (pun intended)!