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are you a dementorFor quite a while I’m had issues with my balance. It’s never been enough to warrant serious concern but just enough to be noticed by others. I’m especially bad with clipping my shoulders on door frames and corners. I’ve heard that balance issues can be related to fibromyalgia so I started looking into it more and found several studies that support an overwhelming difference between an individual with fibromyalgia’s balance and the control group. If I could just find a fibromyalgia specialist I could ask them about this! I’m a little frustrated because on days that I feel unsteady I have to use my cane just in case, which makes me feel really lame [haha, get it?] but really. I feel that is I had a fibro specialist that my unanswered questions would at least be slightly fewer in number. Anyways, this is just my slightly angry rantings at a lack of understanding of my current predicament.


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  1. Hi, I have RA, walk like I’ve had a few drinks at 9 am lol. But even if I stop, try to focus and walk straight. It won’t happe. :/


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