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Fibromyalgia is a Painful Condition that is very Real to the Suffering Patients

The pain of fibromyalgia is real and the patients need help. The most frustrating element for fibromyalgia patients is that some healthcare providers think it is a “fad disease” and that erodes the doctor-patient...

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Fibromyalgia Diagnosis, Leaves you Exhausted and Unable to Think

People with fibromyalgia often describe their symptoms as a flu-like infection that doesn’t go away. It leaves you exhausted and unable to think or find the right words (symptoms of fibro fog). Many people...

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Agonizing Pain, Debilitating Fatigue, Joint Stiffness, and Sleep Deprivation has given me Fibromyalgia

After 27 years of service, decorated U.S. Army Brigadier General Becky Halstead (Retired), the first female West Point graduate in U.S. history to command at the strategic level in Iraq and Afghanistan, decided to...

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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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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...