I've been dealing with rotator cuff tendinitis in addition to fibromyalgia lately, and while pain medications like Elavil and Neurontin haven't seemed to do much for it, some gentle stretching exercises that my occupational therapist gave me seem to have helped a lot. I still get intense pain if I move my right arm the wrong way, especially if I do it suddenly. But I think my range of motion has improved, I can now move and reach much more easily--and much farther--without significant pain, and all I really need during the day recently seems to be one dose of extra-strength Tylenol or 3 regular-strength buffered aspirin (which I alternate to avoid aggravating my GERD problems or elevated liver enzymes). Does anybody know of some gentle stretching exercises that help the fibro pain? --Laura R.M.