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Louth woman speaks of ‘living with relentless pain’ after Fibromyalgia diagnosis

Marie Macken shares her story to highlight Pain Awareness month taking place throughout September

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Louth woman Marie Macken has been living with chronic pain caused by Fibromyalgia for sixteen years

Louth woman Marie Macken has been living with chronic pain caused by Fibromyalgia for sixteen years

Louth woman Marie Macken has been living with chronic pain caused by Fibromyalgia for sixteen years

Louth woman Marie Macken has been living with chronic pain caused by Fibromyalgia for sixteen years

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It’s been sixteen years since Marie Macken’s life changed in ways she could have never imagined.

Fibromyalgia had led to chronic pain which began to dominate her life “24 hours a day, seven days a week,” and she recalls “feeling so desperate for support.”


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