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With this condition, symptoms don’t neatly fit into diagnostic categories. They can span across the:

  • nervous system,
  • ear-eyes-nose-throat,
  • musculoskeletal,
  • dermal,
  • gastrointestinal, and
  • genitive-urinary systems.

One can experience:

  • fatigue,
  • irritability,
  • nervousness,
  • depression,
  • apathy,
  • insomnia,
  • pain, and
  • morning stiffness.

Pain can be throbbing, burning, stabbing, grabbing, or a combination of these. The widespread pain of fibromyalgia can cause sleep disturbances. Additional symptoms include anxiety, problems with thinking or memory and even digestive disturbances. This condition can affect people of all ages, but generally develops around middle age. People who have lupus or rheumatoid arthtitis are more at risk for developing fibromyalgia. Many management techniques must be learned to deal with this condition. Our team of health care professionals can help you manage the pain of your condition.

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