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charlie
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posted 12-15-1998 05:44 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for charlie   Click Here to Email charlie     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote

HI EVERYBODY
ITS ME AGAIN
it seems like we all have some sort of aches and pain, but where/
I HAVE GOT THIS ACHEY/SORE/BURNING
KNEE/ RIGHT LEGG FEELING,
now i e-mail some of you a page from the mayo clinic on fibromayglia and its realtionship to ibs, from what i read fibromayglia may and could cause ibs, ibs/ fibromayglia, lets see just how many of us have the symptoms of fibromayglia ok.you must feel some sort of pain etc in 11 points of the body to have fibromayglia, ie arms,calfs,neck/shoulder etc,according to this report!! also fibromayglia is another one of these unexplain syndroms!!in wich there is no cure but may go away by its self
now for those of you who would like to see the mayo clinic report
just e-mail your address, put in the subject line, mayo report,and i
will send it your way, OH one other thing check your e-mail address, i tryed to send to a few more members and it came back!!mr plum from the uk because his post had ask about fibromayglia, was one of them.
thanks this is only a survey now
so be cool, ifyou have any questions ASK YOUR DOCTOR OK

E-MAIL TO CLCROCE@EMAIL.MSN.COM
THANKS CHARLIE
ps your e- mail address will be kept private

[This message has been edited by charlie (edited 12-15-98).]

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