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Fibromyalgia

Also called: Fibro, FM

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Hi Vicky, Well your or the best tool to look for options and ideas.As for your first question, an exercise is one that makes you feel good after...
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Hi Found this for you, it may help you and your problem. The exact cause of fibromyalgia is unknown. Research into people with fibromyalgia has...
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When i was a teenager I was on that, finally got off it, cause ALL I did was sleep, even though I was sickly I still wanted a somewhat normal life...
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No...a fracture ankle and influenza are NOT related.  A healthy person or one with a challenged immune system can develop influenza if they are...
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I have also wondered this, since i also have fibromyalgia.... there are lots of similar symptoms but i would recommend you pull up the symptoms of...
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Fibromyalgia is very treatable, so there is a very good chance that you will return to work. You SHOULD return to work....http://www.mayoclinic...
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Prednisone has plenty of side-effects, but it can be very beneficial when properly used. It does not cause fibromyalgia, however. As a matter of fact...
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Whether or not health plans sold through the state health insurance marketplaces cover bariatric surgery will depend on the state -- some will, and...
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I, too, have fibromyalgia. For the longest time, I thought all of the pain I felt in my hips and that whole area was because of it. There were many...
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I have had trouble with pain in this area in the past when my gullblader was bad, once I had it removed things were normal again.  Sometimes...
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I believe the stress from Fibro can contribute to Chronic Fatigue and I do believe they corralate.
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You have chronic pain conditions and yes you can have concomitant ailments or diseases. Concomitant simply means -at the same time, in...
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I have tried both ways and I believe that exercise to almost to the point and then draw back, pushing though seemed to prolong my pain and definitely...
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Either one or try both.  Arthritis usually hits anyone with age.  Firbromyalgia is a nerve problem and is still being investigated. ...
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I'm not sure about the neurololgists you were seeing but my mother is being treated by a combination of neurologist, psychiatrist & pain...
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