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I tell you about Fibromyalgia as Experiencing Pain where there’s no Injury

When people ask, I explain Fibromyalgia (“FMS”) as “experiencing pain where there’s no injury.” This is why it’s so difficult to treat. Based on my experience, and that of about 50 other people with...

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As a Fibromyalgia Sufferer Myself, I’ll tell you how it developed in me, As a story form for an easy understanding

About eight years ago, I went to my OB/GYN as I was experiencing some mild fatigue and joint pain. I had had a 20-year career as a dancer and had been diagnosed with osteoarthritis....

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Genetic Factor in some people that some sort of Trauma or Emotional-sets off or Triggers Fibromyalgia.

I’m not an expert with medical credentials but I can answer as a survivor who’s found her own peace with this crazy illness. It seems there’s a genetic factor in some people that some...

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Stress that Causes the Hypothalamus may lead to Fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia is primarily a neurological brain disorder. It is seven times more likely to strike women than men, and it doesn’t matter what nationality you are. The hypothalamus part of the brain acts as...

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In my Experience, Fibromyalgia Pain Can Happen in any Part of your Body.

I’ve had it for about 29 years now. In a word—-Pain. Never-ending, constant pain. Your shoulder will suddenly start to hurt, which can last for a few seconds to days. That can happen in...

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Fibromyalgia makes me Exhausting, Frustrating, Difficult, Painful, Embarrassing and Limiting

I was diagnosed with Fibromyalgia in 1992, long before it was trendy and before many physicians even acknowledged it as a true medical condition. I was 16 and couldn’t understand how people could play...

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I was diagnosed with Fibromyalgia by a Physiatrist who told me that he couldn’t help me.

I’ve had fibromyalgia since the 1980s. It came on gradually, with a lot of muscle pain. I knew something was wrong and had a course of physical therapy, and started working out, which put...