would dry climate help? Mad Wolf

Discussion in 'Fibromyalgia Main Forum' started by Sissy123, Jul 22, 2003.

  1. Sissy123

    Sissy123 New Member

    I live in a very, very humid area of northern Missouri. I have trouble breathing and can always tell when it is going to rain because I start hurting, so I dont need a weather person! I just wonder if a dryer climate may help with the pain also. I do have cervical dd, osteoarthritis in lumbar, and a spur in c6. Anyone know of the climate issue?
  2. Kathryn

    Kathryn New Member

    that is also very humid. We just made an offer on a house in Nevada to escape to a drier climate. When I go to Idaho, I do not hurt nearly as much as I do at home in Oregon.
    Kate
  3. tadpoles

    tadpoles New Member

    We are selling in Al. and going to Idaho, I can't take this anymore, at night I hurt terribly, and the storms put me in bed. When it's dry for a couple of days, I feel much better, has to be humidity. Just be sure and check the average monthly precip. on the weather channel site before you buy somewhere, you would be amazed at what a 30 - 50 mile radius can mean as far as precip.

    GOOD LUCK,
    Tadpoles

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