Fibromyalgia vs. MS, two very different conditions that share similar symptoms but only one shows up in the brain while the other doesn't.
What causes fibromyalgia flare-ups? Flare-ups can be caused by stress, weather, hormones, lifestyle and diet, and five other causes.
When people talk about fibromyalgia pain, they may use the terms tender points and trigger points, but what is the difference between the two?
Due to their similarities, some researchers think Gulf War syndrome and fibromyalgia may be subsets of the same condition.
Here are a few facts to help break the fibromyalgia myth and counter any questions or disbelief from friends or family.
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.
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.