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

More than 5 million people affected by fibromyalgia in the US UU Also the numbers keep increasing. There are numerous uncomfortable signs of fibromyalgia. It is recognized as an invisible disease, since people can not see the way people are affected by the disease. Usually, fibromyalgia is a very serious situation that victims experience and their signs must be identified.

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

 

Here is the general list of fibromyalgia symptoms

GENERAL

  • 1. The level of activity decreased to less than 50% of the activity level prior to the disease
  • 2. Cold hands and feet (extremities).
  • 3. cough
  • 4. Longing for carbohydrates
  • 5. Delayed reaction to physical activity or stressful events.
  • 6. Dry eyes and / or mouth.
  • 7. edema
  • 8. Member (s) of the family with fibromyalgia
  • 9. Fatigue, aggravated by physical exertion or stress.
  • 10. Feeling cold often
  • 11. Feeling hot often
  • 12. Frequent sighs
  • 13. Heart palpitations.
  • 14. Hoarseness
  • 15. Hypoglycaemia (low or low blood sugar)
  • 16. Increased thirst.
  • 17. Low blood pressure (below 110/70)
  • 18. Low body temperature (below 97.6)
  • 19. Fever of low intensity.
  • 20. Night sweats.
  • 21. Noisy joints, with or without pain.
  • 22. Bad circulation in hands / feet.
  • 23. Profuse sweating.
  • 24. Recurrent disease similar to influenza
  • 25. Shortness of breath with little or no effort
  • 26. Severe nasal allergies (new or worsening allergies)
  • 27. sore throat
  • 28. Subjective swelling of the extremities (feels bloated, but can not find anything)
  • 29. Sweats
  • 30. Symptoms worsened by air travel.
  • 31. Symptoms worsened by stress.
  • 32. Symptoms worsened by changes in temperature.
  • 33. swollen or tender lymph nodes, especially in the neck and armpits
  • 34. Tremor or tremor
  • 35. Unexplained weight loss

 

PAIN

  • 36. Pain of the abdominal wall.
  • 37. Bad hip pain
  • 38. Burning nerve pain
  • 39. pain in the chest
  • 40. Pain in the clavicle
  • 41. Diffuse swelling
  • 42. Elbow pain
  • 43. Exacerbated plantar arch or heel pain.
  • 44. “Growing” pains that do not go away once you have finished growing.
  • 45. Headache – tension or migraine
  • 46. ​​Inflamed Rib Cartilage
  • 47. Joint pain
  • 48. Bulging and tender breasts.
  • 49. Morning stiffness.
  • 50. Muscle pain
  • 51. Muscle spasms.
  • 52. muscle contractions
  • 53. muscle weakness
  • 54. Pain that varies from moderate to severe.
  • 55. Pain that moves around the body.
  • 56. Paralysis or severe weakness of an arm or leg.
  • 57. Restless legs syndrome
  • 58. Rib pain
  • 59. Pain in the scalp (as when hair is pulled out)
  • 60. Pain similar to sciatica
  • 61. Tender points or trigger points.
  • 62. ATM syndrome
  • 63. “Voodoo Doll” Poking Sensation in random places

NEUROLOGICAL

  • 64. blackouts
  • 65. Brain fog
  • 66. Carpal Tunnel
  • 67. Feeling spaced
  • 68. Hallucinating odors.
  • 69. Inability to think clearly.
  • 70. dizziness
  • 71. Intolerance to noise.
  • 72. Feelings of numbness or tingling.
  • 73. Photophobia (sensitivity to light)
  • 74. Seizures
  • 75. Episodes similar to seizures
  • 76. Feeling that you may faint.
  • 77. Syncope (fainting)
  • 78. Tinnitus (buzzing in one or both ears)
  • 79. Vertigo or dizziness

 

BALANCE / PERCEPTION

  • 80. Colliding with things.
  • 81. Clumsy walking
  • 82. Difficulty balancing
  • 83. Difficulty in judging distances (when driving, etc.)
  • 84. Directional disorientation.
  • 85. Dropping stuff frequently.
  • 86. Feeling disoriented spatially.
  • 87. frequent trips or trips
  • 88. Not seeing what you’re looking at.
  • 89. Poor balance and coordination.
  • 90. Amazing March

 

SLEEP

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  • 91. Alert / energy better late at night
  • 92. Altered sleep / wake schedule
  • 93. Wake up frequently
  • 94. Difficulty falling asleep.
  • 95. Difficulty sleeping
  • 96. To sleep excessively
  • 97. Extreme warning level or energy levels late at night.
  • 98. Fall asleep at random and sometimes dangerous moments.
  • 99. Fatigue
  • 100. Light or broken sleep pattern.
  • 101. Muscle spasms / contractions at night.
  • 102. Narcolepsy
  • 103. Sleep disorders.
  • 104. The dream begins or falls sensations.
  • 105. Grind the teeth
  • 106. Going around and around.
  • 107. Sleep not repairing or not repairing
  • 108. Vivid or disturbing dreams / nightmares

EYES / VISION

  • 109. Blind spots in vision.
  • 110. pain in the eyes
  • 111. Difficulty changing the focus from one thing to another
  • 112. Frequent changes in the ability to see well.
  • 113. Difficulty driving at night.
  • 114. Occasional blurred vision
  • 115. Poor night vision.
  • 116. Vision that gets worse quickly
  • 117. Changes in vision.

 

COGNITIVE

  • 118. Get lost in familiar places when driving.
  • 119. Confusion
  • 120. Difficulty expressing ideas in words.
  • 121. Difficulty following a conversation (especially if there is background noise)
  • 122. Difficulty in following directions while driving.
  • 123. Difficulty in following oral instructions.
  • 124. Difficulty in following written instructions.
  • 125. Difficulty in making decisions.
  • 126. Difficulty moving your mouth to talk.
  • 127. Difficulty paying attention.
  • 128. Difficulty gathering ideas to form a complete image
  • 129. Difficulty in putting tasks or things in the proper sequence
  • 130. Difficulty recognizing faces.
  • 131. Difficulty speaking well-known words.
  • 132. Difficulty remembering names of objects.
  • 133. Difficulty remembering names of people.
  • 134. Difficulty in 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. Dyslexia-like symptoms occasionally.
  • 140. Feeling too disoriented to drive.
  • 141. Forgetting how to do routine things.
  • 142. Deterioration of the ability to concentrate.
  • 143. Inability to recognize a family environment.
  • 144. Losing the track in the middle of a task (remembering what to do next)
  • 145. Losing the train of thought in the middle of a sentence.
  • 146. Loss of ability to distinguish some colors.
  • 147. Bad judgment.
  • 148. Impairment of short-term memory
  • 149. Slow speech
  • 150. Looking at space trying to think.
  • 151. Stuttering; stammering
  • 152. Changing left and right.
  • 153. Transposition (inversion) of numbers, words and / or letters when speaking
  • 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. Abrupt and / or unpredictable mood swings.
  • 159. Fires of anger.
  • 160. Anxiety or fear when there is no obvious cause.
  • 161. Attacks of uncontrollable rage.
  • 162. Decreased appetite.
  • 163. Depressed mood
  • 164. Feeling helpless and / or desperate.
  • 165. Fear of someone knocking on the door.
  • 166. Fear of the telephone ringing.
  • 167. Feeling worthless
  • 168. Frequent crying
  • 169. Greater awareness of the symptoms.
  • 170. Inability to enjoy activities previously enjoyed.
  • 171. Irrational fears.
  • 172. Irritability
  • 173. exaggerated reaction
  • 174. Panic attacks.
  • 175. Personality changes – usually a worsening of the previous condition.
  • 176. Phobias
  • 177. Suicide attempts.
  • 178. Suicidal thoughts.
  • 179. Tendency to cry easily.

 

GASTROINTESTINAL

  • 180. Abdominal cramps
  • 181. Swelling
  • 182. Decreased appetite.
  • 183. Food cravings.
  • 184. Frequent constipation.
  • 185. Frequent diarrhea
  • 186. Gerd-like symptoms
  • 187. Heartburn
  • 188. Increased appetite.
  • 189. Intestinal gas
  • 190. Irritable bladder.
  • 191. Irritable bowel syndrome.
  • 192. Nausea
  • 193. Regurgitation
  • 194. Stomach pain
  • 195. vomiting
  • 196. Weight gain
  • 197. Weight loss.

 

UROGENITAL

  • 198. Decrease in libido (sexual desire).
  • 199. Endometriosis
  • 200. Frequent urination
  • 201. impotence
  • 202. Menstrual problems.
  • 203. painful urination or bladder pain
  • 204. pelvic pain
  • 205. Prostate pain
  • 206. Worsening of premenstrual syndrome (or severe)

 

Sensations

  • 207. Intolerance to alcohol.
  • 208. Allodynia (hypersensitive to 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. Mold sensitivity.
  • 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 changes in temperature.
  • 220. Vulvodynia

 SKIN

  • 221. Able to “write” on the skin with your finger.
  • 222. Mopping easily
  • 223. Knocks and bumps
  • 224. Eczema or psoriasis.
  • 225. Warm / dry skin
  • 226. Incarnated hairs
  • 227. Itchy / Irritable skin
  • 228. Speckled skin
  • 229. Eruptions or sores
  • 230. Easily scar
  • 231. Sensitivity to the sun.
  • 232. The skin suddenly turns bright red.
  • Cardiovascular (Heart)
  • 233. “Click-murmur” sounds through a stethoscope
  • 234. fluttery heartbeat
  • 235. Heart palpitations.
  • 236. irregular heartbeat
  • 237. Strong pulse in the ear.
  • 238. Pain that mimics heart attack.
  • 239. fast heartbeat
  • HAIR / NAILS
  • 240. Off and apathetic hair.
  • 241. Heavy and split cuticles.
  • 242. Irritated nail beds.
  • 243. The nails that curve underneath.
  • 244. Pronounced ridges of the nails.
  • 245. Temporary hair loss.
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  • OTHER
  • 246. Mouth sores
  • 247. Dental problems.
  • 248. Disk degeneration
  • 249. Hemorrhoids
  • 250. Bleeding from the nose
  • 251. Periodontal disease (of the gums).

The above list is: Life inspired with fibromyalgia

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