251 Symptoms of fibromyalgia (hard to believe). What are yours?

Fibromyalgia affects more than 5 million people in the United States and their numbers are increasing. There are many uncomfortable signs of fibromyalgia. It is recognized as an invisible disease because people can not see how they are suffering from the disease. Usually, fibromyalgia is a pretty serious situation for the victim and his signs need to be identified.

We have compiled the list of some of the worst symptoms and added their coping methods. After that, we compiled the list of all the symptoms of fibromyalgia and classified them.

Here is the general list of symptoms of fibromyalgia

GENERAL

  • 1. Activity level reduced to less than 50% of pre-disease activity level
  • 2. cold hands and feet (extremities)
  • 3. cough
  • 4. Fancy carbohydrates
  • 5. Late reaction to physical activity or stressful events
  • 6. Dry eyes and / or mouth
  • 7. Edema
  • 8. Family member (s) with fibromyalgia
  • 9. Fatigue, aggravated by physical exertion or stress
  • 10. get cold often
  • 11. Feel hot often
  • 12. frequent sighs
  • 13. heart palpitations
  • 14. Hoarseness
  • 15. Hypoglycemia (decrease or decrease in blood sugar)
  • 16. increased thirst
  • 17. Low blood pressure (less than 110/70)
  • 18. Low body temperature (below 97.6)
  • 19. Low grade fevers
  • 20. night sweats
  • 21. Noisy joints – with or without pain
  • 22. Poor circulation in the hands / feet
  • 23. abundant sweating
  • 24. Recurrent influenza syndrome
  • 25. Shortness of breath with little or no effort
  • 26. Severe nasal allergies (new or worsening)
  • 27. sore throat
  • 28. Subjective swelling of the extremities – (feels inflated Bu finds nothing)
  • 29. sweats
  • 30. Symptoms aggravated by air travel
  • 31. Symptoms aggravated by stress
  • 32. Symptoms aggravated by temperature changes
  • 33. Tender or swollen lymph nodes, especially in the neck and armpits
  • 34. Trembling or trembling
  • 35. Unexplained weight gain or loss

PAIN

  • 36. abdominal wall pain
  • 37. Bad hip pain
  • 38. burning nerve pain
  • 39. chest pain
  • 40. collarbone pain
  • 41. Diffuse swelling
  • 42. elbow pain
  • 43. Exacerbated plantar or heel pains
  • 44. “Growing” pains that do not disappear once you have finished growing
  • 45. Headache – tension or migraine
  • 46. ​​Cartilage of inflamed ribs
  • 47. joint pain
  • 48. lumpy and tender breasts
  • 49. morning stiffness
  • 50. Muscle pain
  • 51. muscle spasms
  • 52. muscle contractions
  • 53. Muscular weakness
  • 54. Pain ranging from moderate to severe
  • 55. Pain moving around the body
  • 56. Paralysis or severe weakness of an arm or leg
  • 57. Restless legs syndrome
  • 58. Pain in the ribs
  • 59. Pain in the scalp (as if the hair were torn off)
  • 60. pain similar to sciatica
  • 61. Bidding points or trigger points
  • 62. syndrome de TMJ
  • 63. “Voodoo doll” sting sensation in random places

NEUROLOGIC

  • 64. Blackouts
  • 65. Cerebral Fog
  • 66. carpal tunnel
  • 67. Feel spaced
  • 68. hallucinating smells
  • 69. Inability to think clearly
  • 70. stunning
  • 71. intolerance to noise
  • 72. numbness or tingling sensation
  • 73. Photophobia (sensitivity to light)
  • 74. Seizures
  • 75. Episodes resembling convulsions
  • 76. Feeling that you might faint
  • 77. Syncope (fainting)
  • 78. Tinnitus (buzzing in one or both ears)
  • 79. Dizziness or vertigo

BALANCE / PERCEPTION

  • 80. Bumping into things
  • 81. clumsy walk
  • 82. difficulty balancing
  • 83. Difficulty in assessing distances (driving, etc.)
  • 84. Directional disorientation
  • 85. Releasing objects frequently
  • 86. Feeling spatially disoriented
  • 87. stumble or stumble frequently
  • 88. Do not see what you are looking at
  • 89. Poor balance and coordination
  • 90. stunning gait

SLEEP

  • 91. Vigilance / energy are better late at night
  • 92. Modified sleep / standby schedule
  • 93. Frequent waking up
  • 94. Difficulty falling asleep
  • 95. Difficulty staying asleep
  • 96. excessive sleep
  • Extreme alertness or energy levels late at night
  • 98. Falling asleep at random and sometimes dangerous times
  • 99. fatigue
  • 100. light or broken sleep
  • 101. Muscle spasm / convulsions at night
  • 102. narcolepsy
  • 103. Sleep disorders
  • 104. starts to sleep or falling sensations
  • 105. Grinding of teeth
  • 106. Throw and spin
  • 107. Non-refreshing or restorative sleep
  • 108. Dreams / nightmares alive or disturbing

EYES / VISION

  • 109. Corners in vision
  • 110. Eye pain
  • 111. Difficulty moving from one thing to another
  • 112. Frequent changes in the ability to see well
  • 113. Difficulty driving at night
  • 114. Occasional blurred vision
  • 115. Bad night vision
  • 116. rapid deterioration of vision
  • 117. Changes in vision

COGNITIVE

  • 118. Getting lost in familiar places at the wheel
  • 119. Confusion
  • 120. Difficulty expressing ideas with words
  • 121. Difficulty following a conversation (especially if background noise is present)
  • 122. Difficulty following directions while driving
  • 123. Difficulty following oral instructions
  • 124. Difficulty following written instructions
  • 125. Difficulty making decisions
  • 126. Difficulty moving your mouth to speak
  • 127. Difficulty paying attention
  • 128. Difficulty gathering ideas for a complete picture
  • 129. Difficulty arranging tasks or things
  • 130. Difficulty recognizing faces
  • 131. Difficulty pronouncing known words
  • 132. Difficulty remembering object names
  • 133. Difficulty remembering names of people
  • 134. Difficulty understanding what you read
  • 135. Difficulty with long-term memory
  • 136. Difficulty with simple calculations
  • 137. Difficulty with short-term memory
  • 138. Easily distracted during a task
  • 139. Occasionally dyslexia-like symptoms
  • 140. Too disoriented to drive
  • 141. Forgetting to do routine things
  • 142. Alteration of concentration capacity
  • 143. Inability to recognize a familiar environment
  • 144. Losing the thread in the middle of a task (do not forget what to do next)
  • 145. Losing your thought train in the middle of a sentence
  • 146. Loss of ability to distinguish certain colors
  • 147. Wrong judgment
  • 148. Short-term memory disorders
  • 149. Slow speech
  • 150. Looking in space while trying to think
  • Stuttering; stuttering
  • 152. Toggle left and right
  • 153. Transposition (inversion) of numbers, words and / or letters when you speak
  • 154. Transposition (inversion) of numbers, words and / or letters when writing
  • 155. Difficulty concentrating
  • 156. Using the wrong word
  • 157. Difficulty finding words

EMOTIONAL

  • 158. Sudden and / or unpredictable mood changes
  • 159. bursts of anger
  • 160. Anxiety or fear in the absence of obvious cause
  • 161. Uncontrollable attacks of rabies
  • 162. Decreased appetite
  • 163. depressed mood
  • 164. Feeling helpless and / or hopeless
  • 165. Fear of someone knocking on the door
  • 166. Fear of the phone ringing
  • 167. Feeling worthless
  • 168. frequent crying
  • 169. Increased awareness – symptoms
  • 170. Inability to benefit from previous activities
  • 171. Irrational fears
  • 172. Irritability
  • 173. Surréaction
  • 174. Attacks of panic
  • 175. Changes in personality – usually an aggravation of the state of perverts
  • 176. Phobias
  • 177. suicide attempts
  • 178. Suicidal thoughts
  • 179. Tendency to cry easily

GASTROINTESTINAL

  • 180. Abdominal cramps
  • 181. Bloating
  • 182. Decreased appetite
  • 183. Fancy food
  • 184. frequent constipation
  • 185. frequent diarrhea
  • 186. Gerd-type symptoms
  • 187. heartburn
  • 188. increased appetite
  • 189. intestinal gas
  • 190. irritable bladder
  • 191. Irritable bowel syndrome
  • 192. Nausea
  • 193. Regurgitation
  • 194. upset stomach
  • 195. Vomiting
  • 196. Weight gain
  • 197. Weight loss

urogenital

  • 198. Decreased libido (sexual drive)
  • 199. Endometriosis
  • 200. frequent urination
  • 201. helplessness
  • 202. Menstrual problems
  • 203. Painful urination or bladder pain
  • 204. Pelvic pain
  • 205. prostate pain
  • 206. Aggravation of premenstrual syndrome (or severe)

SENSITIVITY

  • 207. Intolerance to alcohol
  • 208. Allodynia (hypersensitive to the touch)
  • 209. Alteration of taste, smell and / or hearing
  • 210. Sensitivity to chemicals in cleaning products, perfumes, etc.
  • 211. Food sensitivities
  • 212. Sensitivity to light
  • 213. Sensitivity to mold
  • 214. Sensitivity to noise
  • 215. Sensitivity to odors
  • 216. Sensitivity to yeast (frequent yeast infections on the skin, etc.)
  • 217. sensory overload
  • 218. Sensitivity to changes in pressure and humidity
  • 219. Sensitivity to extreme temperature changes
  • 220. Vulvodynia

 SKIN

  • 221. Able to write on the skin with the finger
  • 222. bruise easily
  • 223. Bumps and moguls
  • 224. Eczema or psoriasis
  • 225. hot / dry skin
  • 226. Ingrown hairs
  • 227. itching / irritable skin
  • 228. spotted skin
  • 229. Skin rashes or wounds
  • 230. Scars easily
  • 231. Sensitivity to the sun
  • 232. The skin suddenly becomes bright red
  • Cardiovascular (heart)
  • 233. The “murmur click” rings through the stethoscope
  • 234. Fluttery heartbeat
  • 235. Heart palpitations
  • 236. Irregular heartbeat
  • 237. Strong pulse in the ear
  • 238. Pain that mimics a heart attack
  • 239. Fast heartbeat
  • HAIR / NAILS
  • 240. Dull and apathetic hair
  • 241. thick and crackling cuticles
  • 242. Irritated nail beds
  • 243. Nails that bend under
  • 244. Pronounced nail edges
  • 245. Temporary loss of hair
  • OTHER
  • 246. canker sores
  • 247. Dental problems
  • 248. Disc degeneration
  • 249. hemorrhoids
  • 250. The nose bleeds
  • 251. Periodontal disease (gum)

The list above is from: Inspired Living with Fibromyalgia

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