All tagged fibromyalgia

Copy of Chronic Illness and Life Choices Part 2 School, work, and dating with a chronic illness

A panel with Monica Michelle (podcast host of chronic illness podcast Invisible Not Broken who has Ehlers Danlos, POTS, MCA, and Fibromyalgia) speaks with Eva (From Wellacopia who has Fibromyalgia) all about how our chronic illnesses have shaped our life decisions, from high school to which college to dating to marriage to work and even to having children. Comment below or retweet and comment on how your chronic illness has affected your life choices.

Chronic Illness and Life Choices Part 1 School, work, and dating with a chronic illness

A panel with Monica Michelle (podcast host of chronic illness podcast Invisible Not Broken who has Ehlers Danlos, POTS, MCA, and Fibromyalgia) speaks with Eva (From Wellacopia who has Fibromyalgia) all about how our chronic illnesses have shaped our life decisions, from high school to which college to dating to marriage to work and even to having children. Comment below or retweet and comment on how your chronic illness has affected your life choices.

Fibromyalgia, Chronic Illness and School, Target Should Do Better, Thank you ACA, and a Kinder Gentler World for Spoonies

In this week's episode, I spoke with Lauren who has been diagnosed with fibromyalgia since the age of 12. We discussed the difficulty of High School with chronic illness, trouble with college when you have a medical leave and also some interesting ideas of what compliance with ADA means to some schools and at Target. We talked about the importance of the ACA and the ability, especially for chronically ill children to be able to stay on their parent's health plan. We also covered the social side of chronic illness and fibromyalgia as well as some frustrations on the treatment of individuals who have an invisible illness.

Don't Try This At Home An Experiment In Pain Medication: Chronic Illness Blog

Alright maybe I have listened to too many Tim Ferris Podcast episodes (no really super motivating. Give it a try if you haven't). I decided to run a personal experiment as the US has yet again made it more difficult to get pain medication even when you go to a PAIN CLINIC…click about to read more on a chronic pain patients personal experiment in pain management without opioids. Warning this is not pretty, cute, or fun. If suffering makes you uncomfortable well please watch and then call your congress person and VOTE

Fibromyalgia, A Spoonie in Business, Selfcare, Best Gifts to Give Someone Who has Chronic Illness, & The Joys of Hormones and Chronic Illness

Click the title to listen to Invisible Not Broken's interview with Eva Lana Founder of Wellacopia who runs her business while dealing with her chronic illness, fibromyalgia

Join Invisible Not Broken, a chronic illness podcast, this week when I interview Wellacopia founder about her journey so far into the world of chronic illness, spoonie life, and being a new business owner with fibromyalgia. Also a great idea for a gift for the spoonie in your life....Tempurpedic mattress!

Sex and Disability: Everything You Want To Know About Dating and Chronic Illness But Were Afraid To Ask

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Sex and Disability: Everything You Want To Know About Dating and Chronic Illness You Wanted To Know But Were Afraid To Ask. Invisible Not Broken an invisible illness podcast.

Today a bear and a vanilla suburban housewife talk sex and relationships with chronic illness.

I have Ehlers Danlos, MCA, POTS, and Fibromyalgia here my interview here

Kyros had food allergies and Morton's Neuroma listen here

Fibromyalgia, Anxiety, & College Oh My Part 1 {Invisible Illness}

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Thank you so much for joining me in this weeks episode of Invisible Not Broken. Today I am going to be talking to Ms. O about her Fibromyalgia symptoms and some of her Fibromyalgia Treatment as well as her anxiety symptoms all while the wonderful girl is in college.

I met Miss O and did a minor bit of pleading for her to come on the invisible illness podcast. I think I just simply believe everyone should have a chance to meet her. It seemed a little unfair that just by chance I got to. Miss O at her early 20's has figured out so many things that I took the long road to. I hope you enjoy listening to her and getting to know her as much as I did.

To learn more about Fibromyalgia

To learn more about Anxiety

Thank you so much. Please share the podcast with a friend and leave an embarrassingly glowing review on iTunes!