Discussion in 'Fibromyalgia Main Forum' started by BethM, Dec 22, 2002.

  1. BethM

    BethM New Member

    Yes, my symptoms, especially the flu-like ones, increase dramatically when a storm is on its way. With the El Nino conditions this winter, there will be lots of storms here in Southern CA for the next few months. I live in the High Desert, and we get real weather, not just climate. I missed work Friday because the Cajon Pass was closed because of snow and ice (then opened, then open with CHP escort, then closed, and on and on, all in the space of about 30 minutes. Would have been a 2 hour commute instead of 35 minutes, in nasty conditions, so I stayed home. I don't need to prove how tough I am anymore). There's a storm on its way now, and I feel like death warmed over. Gonna be a long winter. Ok, I know we need the rain and snow, I just wish it didn't hit me so hard.