Fibromyalgia Symptoms

Although increased sensitivity to pain is the main symptom of fibromyalgia, fibromyalgia syndrome and other types of chronic pain diseases form a family of overlapping syndromes. Therefore, even though the most common symptoms are pain and fatigue in muscles and tendons, often it is seen that those suffering from fibromyalgia will have other associated conditions and symptoms. It is because of these overlapping symptoms that fibromyalgia cam to be categorized as a syndrome rather than a disease.

 

 

Learn How To Recognize Your Fibromyalgia Symptoms!

This list of major symptoms of fibromyalgia is for your reference only and it is not intended to diagnose fibromyalgia, which should be left to a doctor familiar with the disorder. It is important that you seek an informed professional before jumping to conclusions regarding your condition. As well as, since the majority of fibromylgia patients are women, it's important for women to find the right and supportive gynecologist to discuss how menstruation, pregnancy, and menopause will affect and be affected by their fibromlygia.

Note, not all these fibromyalgia symptoms will apply to all patients. Common signs and symptoms of fibromyalgia include:

Widespread Pain Morning Stiffness Fatigue Vision Problems  
Nausea Sleep Disorders Urinary and Pelvic Problems
Dizziness Chronic Headaches Cold Symptoms
Temperomandibular Joint
Dysfunction Syndrome
Multiple Chemical
Sensitivity Syndromes
"Fibrofog": Cognitive
or Memory Impairment
Skin Complaints Chest Symptoms Anxiety
Depression Dysmenorrhea Aggravating Factors
Myofascial Pain
Syndrome
Muscle Twitches
and Weakness
Memory Loss:
Is it Real?
Weight Gain The Menstrual Cycle Troubles Breathing?

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fatiguecare
Thank you so much for sharing this wonderful information with us but i want to more about Fibromyalgia symptoms and its treatments because i have Fibromyalgia problem and my doctor told me to join with Ayurveda club. But i think it takes so much time and i am working person so i want to save my time. If you have any information about other treatments then please tell me. Thank You
gypsy67
Hi, I have just been diagnosed with FM, and have yet to wrap my head around what the heck this reallyis. All I know is that I have never been a complainer or lazy, but for the last few months I feel like I have aged 50 years. My body feels likeits being poisoned. Aching, joint pain, tired, I hace troublec standing doing the dishes, never had that before. bending over and standing again dosent happen without grunts and grones. Is this normal? I could sleep for ever. How do i deal with this mentaly? Any suggestions.
missmew1
I have Fibromyalgia as well as Angina, I also have Asthma and when I take Asprin I wheeze, is their any other drug I can take that will ease my pain or just taking lose doses of Asprin is safer and put up with the wheezing?
joelbr
Great article!