People with fibromyalgia have widespread pain, aches and stiffness in muscles and joints throughout the body along with unusual tiredness. There is no known cause of fibromyalgia. In addition, doctors cannot find a physical reason for the symptoms. Blood tests, X-rays and other tests usually are normal in people with fibromyalgia.
Fibromyalgia is a controversial illness. Some physicians do not believe that it is a medical illness but may be a reflection of psychological distress or...Read more
Fibromyalgia has brought many challenges and limitations into my life, not the least of which is finding clothes that are not painful to... Read more »
For years people with fibromyalgia who are unable to continue working at a full-time job have struggled and worried about whether they... Read more »
We have discussed in an earlier entry how our posture can affect the position of our pelvic organs, shifting them slightly forward to sit... Read more »
Try washing your hair, brushing your teeth or getting dressed without the use of one shoulder, it's darn near impossible to do anything... Read more »
When people talk about fibromyalgia, they sometimes use the terms tender points and trigger points interchangeably. In actuality, they have quite... Read more »