Hypermobility does not always equal FLEXIBILITY! in Life with Ehlers Danlos

  • Dec. 1, 2020, 9:55 a.m.
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This was a very important EDS related read.

Last updated December 19, 2020

Mamie December 01, 2020

true that.

music & dogs & wine December 01, 2020

My friend has hyper-mobility and all she does is hurt herself more than the average person, lol.

AnOrangeZebra music & dogs & wine ⋅ December 01, 2020

Heh.. I am new with this diagnosis. I also feel like I breathe wrong and I end up hurting myself haha. But sooooo much more makes sense now.

music & dogs & wine AnOrangeZebra ⋅ December 01, 2020

Good! Glad you are getting some answers :)

❤️vee December 01, 2020

I've been told that I'm hyperflexible but I'm certainly not hypermobile.

AnOrangeZebra ❤️vee ⋅ December 03, 2020

Yes, exactly. And I am the opposite. My muscles have all been locked down to protect the dumbassery thats been going on in my body. I liken it to like 3 cops trying to police a villiage of gang members LMAOOO

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