Category: Meetings

Des opened the meeting, and welcomed the new members.   Leaflets, handouts and books were made available for members to have a look at/take away, including the ARC booklet on Sjogrens Syndrome, which some people with fibromyalgia also suffer from.

Discussion took place on research into fibromyalgia, and Des spoke of work that has been done in Liverpool using functional MRI scans to look at levels of brain activity, similar to research done previously in the states. Discussion also took place on accessibility of medication through GP’s.

Phil asked what happens next after you are discharged from Pain Clinic?   Next step would be to return to your GP and ask for further help.   It may be helpful to refer them to the EULAR Recommendations if they are unsure what other help/medications may be used.   Strong opioids are not recommended for use with fibromyalgia, even though many people are prescribed these.

Read more: Report of Meeting 20th Sep 2010
 
Category: Meetings

Matters Arising from last meeting

Bank Account

Hazel, Allan & Phil were going round to bank with completed form and their ID after the meeting. This meant when Sara returned from England, she could take her ID to the bank and the account processed.

Weekly Donations/Donation to Cathedral

£14.45 received from members. £10.00 will go to the Cathedral as donation for the room, with the remainder to group funds. A donation of £50.00 has been given to the group by Des’ partner Fiona, as thanks to Allan for taking photographs for her.

Read more: Report of Meeting 16th Aug 2010
 
Category: Meetings

Walking directions from Gilmour street to St Mirin Catherdral.

Photo of the Parish Hall (Red Arrow) and walking directions and how to get into the car park on the right.

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