HGH & FMS Experiment

Where Human Growth Hormone Meets Fibromyalgia


Posted by Thumper on February 3, 2007

I don’t know how this rates on the Grand Scale of Things, but yesterday I went fishing. Yep, just an ordinary, everyday kind of thing, but for me, it was A Big Deal.

I haven’t been able to fish—at least not the way I enjoy—in several years. I prefer to fish with a lure, which means casting over and over, and my back hasn’t been able to handle that since 1998 or thereabouts. I spent about three hours yesterday on the dock of Bass Lake at Wright Patterson AFB, and fished my little heart out (and even caught a couple.)

It’s a Big Deal because I survived it, I wasn’t screaming in pain after ten minutes, and I wasn’t hurting when I got up this morning. The only thing that really hurts is my hands, which are ever-so-slightly sunburned.

Imagine it, fibro-friends… A day in the sunshine with no repercussions. Ooohyeah 🙂
I can’t say 100% for sure that this is because of the HGH, but I also can’t say it’s not.


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