Pregnancy & Fibromyalgia Survey, Book & Page

Fibro Mama Tools for Managing Early PregnancyAfter being disappointed at the lack of information about pregnancy with Fibromyalgia when I had Nu four years ago, I set about writing up my experiences and researching as new information became available.

On my Fibro Mama Pregnancy Diaries page I include my journals from my second pregnancy last year, which I edited and posted over this past year.

Now I’m writing a book!
On my new Fibro Mama Pregnancy & Fibromyalgia page I include the links to the ebook I’m writing as I publish the posts. When it is complete (and edited) it will be available for purchase, with extra content.
For now, could I ask you a favour?
Would you fill in a survey so I can add to the research available (limited) and my experience (two pregnancies makes me an expert in my experience not collective experience)? Screenshot_20171117-092641
If you’re interested in following my progress in writing the book, or supporting me by purchasing it when I’m finished, please feel free to follow this blog and tell anyone who could benefit by this information.
Please feel free to comment about anything further you’re curious about and I’ll do my best to research it.
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New Name, Same Mission

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I have spent a long time thinking over the name of this blog. I don’t claim ownership over the Fibromyalgia. It is not mine. I will never say “my” before Fibromyalgia. However, when you name a blog, people need to know what it is about in order to find it.

So here it is, Melissa vs Fibromyalgia. This encapsulates my mission perfectly. I am fighting Fibromyalgia. Not just for myself, but for my two beautiful, busy boys and the love of my life (Husband).

This site is the compilation of my learning from my own journey and from my research.

Here’s a post that I wrote about: The Whole of Life Change Anniversary

Here’s where I write about What it’s Really Like to Live With Fibromyalgia

Here’s a recent post of what other bloggers and I have found to help with fighting Fibromyalgia: What Works: A Roundup

I am trying to come to terms with the idea that this could be a progressive illness. I cannot give up that nugget of hope that I will find some measure of relief one day.

Welcome to the continuation of my journey.