Thursday, November 27, 2014

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There are many factors that affect the development of chronic pain such as age, level of disability, depression, or the presence of nerve damage; however, there are enormous implications for the development of strategies to prevent chronic pain.

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Fibromyalgia is rarely the only diagnosis a person has.  Usually someone with fibromyalgia also has one or more comorbid or overlapping conditions, such as ME/CFS, irritable bowel syndrome, restless legs syndrome, Migraines, allergies, etc.  One possible comorbid condition we don't talk about frequently is joint hypermobility syndrome…

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Cort, Health Guide, answered Does Norco or Vicodin effect the… If you're taking opioids does your doctor know of that? Opioid pain relievers…

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Karen Lee Richards, Health Guide, commented on Metal Allergies: A Fibromyalgia Trigger Hi Cindy,  I'm glad to hear eliminating your exposure to metal has helped…

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