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Cervical Spondylosis and Fibromyalgia

Hello All,

I just have one question.  Has anyone been diagnosed with cervical spondylosis?  It's mechanism is sort of like FM.
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Cervical issues tend to be common with FM sufferers, along with CH
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yes i have had that diag. and the straightening of the lordosis,spur on the sacrum,
degen of the lumbar sacral nerves and the pain is incredible that it's difficult to believe that all the pain is due to FM ,seems to be a common denom but the real surprise is that it seems routine for alot of drs.to  minimize it when the symptoms cause so many
interruptions in the daily function.
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Hi, Yes I was diagnosed this week with cervical spondylosis.  I was diagnosed with spondylosis in my lumbar spine about 7 years ago and since then have lost 2 discs there, now discs in c4/5 and 6/7 are going.  I also have cfs and fibromyagia, no fun at all!!
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