Background I used to have what the doctors called "chronic migraines", I have since found out that I have Acute Iritis. My vision gets worse every year, when inflammation occurs, I have to use steroid drops and dilate my eyes. I used to be extremely social. I had extreme abdominal pain "cramps" that was diagnosed as endometriosis. After my bout with that, I learned to live again. I have 3 children, the last two were extremely high risk as they took half of my uterus after my son. The details of that are too long to go into. Around 23, I started having abdominal pain, bathroom issues. Then the real pain started. My body started breaking down. They found Reynaud's. I went to a counselor as the doctor thought that it will help. I was diagnosed as PTSD. Next doctor, found the HLA-B27 gene, and sent me to Rheumatology and Neurology. Both poked and prodded a little and diagnosed Fibromyalgia. I moved south as the cold up north made it impossible to move. Most days I hurt, the doctors have all told me to not overdo it on my "good" days. The frustrating thing is that my "good" days are the days when I can get most things done. I take Lyrica, Bentyl, Valium, Baclofen, and Lortabs. Now my tongue spasms when I am trying to talk, my hands are cramped up, and the weight gain from the meds seem to be attacking my self esteem. I am only 31, I am scared of old age as I can't imagine hurting any more. I have tried all types of anti depressants, most of which leave me either in tears, or blank. Noone seems to understand and the doctor I picked down in this area slipped and hypochondria came out. I can't explain how that felt yet, but it made me want to find a new doctor. I need a support system, but noone seems to understand. Help!