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    Yes, I always have more pain, and here lately, the heat and humidity seem to be making me have some rashes and breakouts on my skin, and there are some days. I can predict the weather from how bad I feel when I wake up if a lot of rain is coming.

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    We have had TONS of rain here recently (I'm talking flooding conditions to the point we are put in level 1-2 travel advisories). I started to notice a mini flare the other day, where I could feel one coming on. Then the next morning (technically that night/early morning), I wake up to the whole town being flooded.

    Raining like crazy & I hurt so bad I couldn't move. I couldn't even stand by myself; it hurt so bad. I was literally bound to my couch & in so much pain. All I wanted to do was cry. None of my medication is touching it right now. I was supposed to have surgery for my pain pump; however, I guess my doctor decided he wanted to take a vacation,

    AGAIN, that week so now it has to be rescheduled. I just want a normal life or as close to as possible. I'm missing out on so much with my kids & I feel I'm also cheating them out of things/experiences in life too at times as I'm not able to do as much as I used to with all of my medical conditions. Being 31 and have a 6 & 7-year-old, both who have ADHD & want to be on the move all the time, is hard. Doesn't help they make me feel so bad for it at times

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    Yes, mine flare-up with the humidity. It's terrible. Also, rain will bring on flares.

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    Yes, with the heat and humidity, I've had so much pain lately, and all symptoms are triggered and heightened like sound, smell, light, chemical sensitivities; sinusitis; candida; gastrointestinal dysfunction; fatigue; sweats, and Fibro fog.

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    Yes. Living in the NE, its either humid or cold. Very few nice, comfortable days. People are always telling me I should move.

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    Absolutely, it happens a day before. It's like I have the flu. It also flares every time I have surgery. Two years ago, I had surgery; it took a year for my hair to be back to normal. And now what they fixed (haha) is now back, and I can do this all again.

    My employer has been great through two surgeries, and now I have to ask them again to understand. Not only that, I found out that I had no iron in my blood — had four weeks of iron infusions, which I'll have to do for the rest of my life.

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    The weather changes have always bothered me! I can predict rain, snow, storms, etc. Better than the weather station because of how my body feels.

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    Damp, rainy, or cold and cloudy, but the worst is stormy, like when tornadoes are in the area. Suppose it has a lot to do with the barometric pressure.

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