June 16, 2017
The truth is that you think about it and life changes from one day to another. Sometimes you realize it because it is too obvious and at other times you have to spend time and you see it progressively, which means that the moment it becomes evident, it seems that it has changed from one day to another.
I do not know if that is the feeling you have, but when I was diagnosed with fibromyalgia, I did not take it very seriously, in fact, nor did the doctor who diagnosed me take it seriously. His only recommendation was that he should not ride a bicycle except for the static. It was 12 years ago, and of course a doctor in private consultation – nothing to put in a report. When I went to the social security rheumatologist, he told me that it was better to have myosfacial syndrome – that’s what they would put it on a report – and that he did not have to go back to his office.
One day, suddenly, you can not move and your life is getting more complicated. Until then, everything went through contractures that lasted 9 months or contractures of lesser intensity. When the time comes when you can not move it is when something tells you that life has changed you.
I do not know if having taken it more seriously would not have evolved this way or if, in any case, it would trigger this outcome. Anyway, to think that now is absurd, now is the time to act so that it does not go to worse. In this is what I am and what I would love to have us all; In trying not to get worse following the advice that doctors give us: moderate and aerobic exercise and a fairly strict diet. So let’s all fight for our health, for our improvement and for curbing the evolution of this disease so we can feel better about ourselves and our families and friends.
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