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Have fibromyalgia, bone deformity, diagnosed polymyositis, can't gain weight. Possible treatment?

Hi, I have alot of things wrong with me. I have fibromyalgia , madelungs bone deformity , severe back and neck problems, now in the last two years I have severe muscle atropy in arms and legs. I lost 4-5 inches in my thighs in one month, and it just keeps getting worse. My hands are curled up and my forearms have around 5 inches of excess skin hanging. I am 57 this has been going on with my muscles for 3 years had muscle biopsy , one dr said polymyositis , another said no. say I have had stokes. I loose my vision while driving or anytime, fall all the time, can t remember much. can t gain weight. If I go to a store my mind shuts down when I get home I have to sleep right now to recover. I can t swallow right, choke all the time, stomach aches if I eat so I drink water alot.
Asked On : Mon, 3 Dec 2012
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good evening. are you on treatment for fibromyalgia... cause not taking the treatment properly for it can cause all these symptoms. can you mail me the muscle biopsy report and also the levels of CPI and key if u have to see if it really was polymyositis.. cause weight loss with polymyositis needs to be evaluated...
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