Last week, my physciatrist (rehab doctor) put me on a medication called Savella. Another one of those medications that has been used in Europe for years but just approved this past January by the FDA. Saying that, as I'm titrating up on Savella, something is different in a better way. I cannot for the life of me tell you what it is, but there is a change. AND I love that the manufacturer of the medication isn't advertising it - MDs aren't being overwhelmed with requests for a medication that isn't necessarily the right thing for that patient. The MDs are ecstatic over that. Just wanted to pass this along to you who are suffering chronic autoimmune issues. I haven't looked up to see what it's even used for - I took MD at his word that we should try it. Didn't ask why. How's that for clueless?