- From: Tim <phoenixautoemporium@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 12 May 2012 05:27:45 -0700 (PDT)
Correct me if I'm wrong, but from what
I understand the causes and mechanisms
of fibro are only theory at this point and not
known. It is being explained as "overactive
nerves"? Ok, then tell me this:
A person presents and suffers from some
acute pain in what seems to be either their
connective tissue or bone surfaces, and
said person has tested negative for RA.
Doctor diagnoses as fibromyalgia.
Then person takes a powerful steroid
anti-inflammatory, and is magically healed.
Off the med, pain returns.
So how can it be "overactive nerves" if
an anti-inflammatory causes pain to cease?
Also, the compound gabapetin, later
modified into "Lyrica" has no beneficial
effects for this individual.
Anti-inflammatory for overactive nerves?
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