3 effective and best pain relievers for fibromyalgia

One of the hardest things about living with fibromyalgia is looking for an effective pain reliever that can suppress symptoms. Medications that are really effective in relieving pain can have side effects and risks. On the other hand, some drugs that are considered safe may not be as effective. So how do you discover the best pain relievers…

Fibromyalgia Leg Pain

Fibromyalgia Leg Pain Do you suffer with fibromyalgia leg pain?  Pain that is associated with the tender points and trigger points in multiple sites? Although we often refer to them as tender POINTS, they are actually more like tender AREAS. These areas of pain often occur within and around muscle. Trigger points and myofascial pain in the legs…

Top 5 Most Effective Fibromyalgia Medications Written By: Holly Cas Fibromyalgia is an incredibly difficult condition to treat. Most people with fibromyalgia go through a great ordeal trying to get both diagnosis and treatment. Finding the right medication can be a challenge as well because there are so many possible options. Here’s a list of some…

Are Tender Points Still Used to Diagnose Fibromyalgia?

  Are Tender Points Still Used to Diagnose Fibromyalgia? Written By: Holly Case John Fibromyalgia is a complicated illness. It’s not a disease that can be seen on x-rays or ultrasound and much of the symptoms are self-reported by patients. What doctors know about fibromyalgia continues to change and adapt with time. When doctors came up…

I’m a Doctor With Chronic Illness. Here Are 12 Things I Wish People Knew.

Chronic Illness I’m a Doctor With Chronic Illness. Here Are 12 Things I Wish People Knew. Amy Stenehjem, M.D.  •  I’ve written this article to help educate those who want to learn about chronic illness. It is written from my perspective, that of a doctor who treated patients with chronic illness for many years, and…

21 Things Doctors Don’t Tell People About Fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia 21 Things Doctors Don’t Tell People About Fibromyalgia Paige Wyant   When you are diagnosed with any chronic illness, a good doctor should tell you about the symptoms, inform you of the prognosis and offer ideas for treatment or management of the condition. However, fibromyalgia was formally recognized only a few decades ago, and many doctors are…

I’m Not ‘Sick.’ I Have Fibromyalgia.

Fibromyalgia I’m Not ‘Sick.’ I Have Fibromyalgia. Becca Risa Luna   The struggle with fibromyalgia is that every day it’s something new. My everyday is a constant battle on an all-terrain track; full of dangers, no idea where I’m going or what I’ll hit next. I’m in an infinity roundabout of symptoms. Every obstacle is calculated to…

Physical Therapy Needs to Be More Inclusive of People With Fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia Physical Therapy Needs to Be More Inclusive of People With Fibromyalgia Sarah Hauer  •  Follow Last year, I did a few months of physical therapy sessions for fibromyalgia pain. It helped significantly, but I only got from once a week to twice a week before my script for it ran out. My therapist and…

Accepting My Pain and My Cane as a Young Woman With Fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia Accepting My Pain and My Cane as a Young Woman With Fibromyalgia Mariana Solarte Caicedo  •  Follow I’ve had fibromyalgia for four, almost five years now. After a couple of months, or the first year, I started having debilitating symptoms. I was very stressed out, and it was a very cold, rainy season where I live….

My Fight Versus Fibromyalgia Includes Using My Mind

By Melissa Reynolds. Editor’s Note—Everyone’s journey vs. chronic pain is unique, and the National Pain Report likes to find patients who are finding some individual success and are willing to share with our audience. Here’s another example: Meditation is one of my favorite ways to manage the chronic pain and fatigue that come with the…

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