Is there a link between Fibromyalgia and Alien Abduction?
I was diagnosed with Fibromyalgia in 2015 and have been finding ways to keep going!
Well, let’s look at this logically.
When a person goes missing alien abduction is not on the police’s mind. At no point in their investigation does a detective state “should we not consider alien abduction.” When they have completely exhausted all areas of questioning they have to move on and they leave the case as an open “cold case.”
- The person has disappeared and they are actively choosing to remain so for whatever reason.
- The person has had an accident in a place where anybody can find them and sadly they die.
- Someone has abducted the person and either they have found no evidence or their inquiries did not look into this perpetrator.
At no point even then do the police consider alien abduction. This is something that others may consider on internet forums and chat rooms. It is outside of the general psyche.
Fibromyalgia is a syndrome that most up-to-date physicians are / or should know about.
There are no specific tests (at this point in time) to detect Fibromyalgia so the Doctor tests for other conditions that have similar symptoms to Fibromyalgia. When they have tested a patient for several other conditions and all the tests have come back clear and the symptoms have remained for six months or more a Doctor will give a diagnosis of Fibromyalgia.
Medical knowledge is not complete doctors are learning new things all the time. There may be several new conditions that come under the umbrella of Fibromyalgia at the moment. Even if doctors don’t agree with Fibromyalgia as a diagnosis, most of them understand how much their patients are suffering.
At one point they didn’t know or understand HIV or Aids, at one stage they didn’t understand or know how to treat cancer. As lifestyles change to adapt to the changes in how people live and work new medical conditions arise.
I have a feeling that the person who asked this question was trying to be funny, however, Fibromyalgia is very far from a joke. So I have given Fibro the respect it deserves and answered this question, as a byproduct of this I have treated the question with respect, that part is unfortunate and all I can hope for, is that the person asking this question never has to understand the reality of living with Fibromyalgia.
Karma may have other ideas and may make the question asker regret this.
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