Fibromyalgia is an illness that may occur alongside other illnesses. Knowing and understanding possible fibromyalgia comorbidities may help with diagnosis.
For those parenting with fibromyalgia there can be a lot of concerns, especially with the pain, discomfort and crippling fatigue that come with fibro.
If you’ve been struggling with symptoms, consider the benefits of having a pet and how they counter the physical and emotional problems you face every day.
Drugs can reduce discomfort but can’t get to the source of your pain. Targeted therapy may help - try these behavioural, physical, and artistic therapies!
It’s difficult to know how your symptoms will change from day to day. However, many sufferers will experience the following common types of discomfort.
For some the fatigue of fibromyalgia is more disruptive than the pain. Here are some effective ways to fight fatigue and get your energy back.
If the nagging symptoms weren’t frustrating enough, the lack of a distinct and measurable source makes fibromyalgia treatment a game of trial and error.
There are signs, symptoms and statistics outside of the hallmarks of fibromyalgia that are not as frequently reported but just as important to recognize.