new car is doing wonders

Discussion in 'Fibromyalgia Main Forum' started by loops1988, Nov 22, 2006.

  1. loops1988

    loops1988 New Member

    hi all,

    Passed my driving test last febuary and have since been driving a manual car which has been hurting my left leg keep holding the clutch. I have a car through motibility so i changed the car after being told to by my neoroligist. I handed over my car and got my new car last friday (automatic) and i didnt realise how much better i was going to feel. My back is still sooo sore but my left shoulder dosent feel as bad as it did and my left leg is still hurting but not as bad as it was. If i had known this in febuary i would have got an automatic to begin with. Just wanted to tell everyone anyway lol

    Louise
  2. beachwalkerbill

    beachwalkerbill New Member

    I think anyone with a chronic illness should drive a convertible. The top needs to be down when the weather is right even for the shortest ride. It has absolutely zero health benefits, except a better attitude.
    Bill
  3. shar6710

    shar6710 New Member

    That's funny!

    Except I had a convertible when I first got sick and couldn't stand to have the top down anymore. Maybe the wind was just too much sensory overload.

    I hope I get well enough to enjoy another one.

    Shar