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"After my first dose yesterday afternoon, I reported that last evening I started yawning. By 9:30 last night, I was tired...like a normal tired, which is not normal for me at all. Took my O2, cut back sleeping pills from 4 to 2 (yes I said 4). Went to bed felt 'calm,' not fighting the bed just resting. Wasn't going to sleep, so I 'caved' and took the other 2 pills. By the time I laid back down, my head was hurting, my ears ringing. Until I took the additional pills I was fine! Went to sleep.
Woke up, normally upon awakening, both hips are hurting really bad. This morning only dull pain on right side, none on left. Didn't think I was ready to get up so I took 15 drops stayed in bed. Within a couple minutes my eyes opened and I felt like I was ready to get up and meet the day.
I 'also' have gastrointestinal issues, I had 3 abdominal surgeries last year. It is doing something there as well. One issue I have is a lot of trapped gas and bloating and yesterday after I took the first dose the first thing I noticed was my tummy rumbling...it was doing something to that trapped air in my digestive track! Will update again later.
I have had Fibromyalgia for years. It makes your muscles not only hurt, but be very tender ALL the time. For example, I could not sit and cross one leg over the other because the pain would be immediate and intense.
Tonight I sat down on the couch and was playing with our Westie, and without thinking, I crossed one leg over the other, and a minute later I realized I didn't have to immediately uncross my leg because IT DIDN'T HURT!
I also noticed that when I'm sitting at my desk, my shoulders are beginning to relax ON THEIR OWN. With Fibro, your muscles stay in a constant state of flex - my shoulders are normally constantly pulled upward contracting. But after being on O2 for a while, now I'm noticing that on their own, my shoulders are starting to relax.
Fibromyalgia is basically considered untreatable. Other than some medications for pain or sleep, which most have horrible side affects, there's not much you can do for it. This is amazing. The things I'm noticing are subtle, but I know they are real. As an RN, I know muscles affected by Fibro for years do not just suddenly begin to relax or become less tender...and the ONLY thing I'm doing different is taking O2!" - Sherry