Swelling and Fibromyalgia: How Fibromyalgia Swelling Hurts .

By :  Bill Cravens Osteoarthritis is the most common musculoskeletal condition, followed by fibromyalgia. More often than not, fibromyalgia is misunderstood and misdiagnosed. Characteristics of this disorder/condition include muscle and joint pain/tingling, fatigue, and many other symptoms. Quite often, individuals who have fibromyalgia also experience social isolation and depression. Many also experience both swelling and fibromyalgia….

Sinusitis, an Early Warning of Fibromyalgia?

  Sinusitis, an Early Warning of Fibromyalgia? Sinusitis, also known as sinus infection, and fibromyalgia are much more closely related than you think. A 2003 study published in the Archives on Internal Medicine found that people who suffer from unexplained fatigue is ten times more likely to have sinus symptoms. This study drew a link between sinus…

The Different Stages of Fibromyalgia (6th is so Scary…!)

A lot of us have come together on this site and others.. because we all have one thing in common…FIBROMYALGIA.. FIBRO-MY-ALGIA, sometime in our past, recent or further …we have been told we have fibromyalgia. Fibromyalgia is a syndrome in which a person has long-term, body-wide pain and tenderness in the joints, muscles, tendons, and…

6 Signs Of Fibromyalgia That You May Be Brushing Off As Nothing

Ever since Lady Gaga announced via Twitter that she’s been suffering from fibromyalgia, everyone — from the pop queen’s loyal Little Monsters, to people who don’t even keep up with pop culture — has been doing their research on the disease. What exactly is this condition, and what are the signs of fibromyalgia we should be aware…

Fibromyalgia and Hip Flexor Pain

It is not uncommon to have hip flexor issues or pain in this area when living with fibromyalgia. The hips, hip flexors, and lower back correlate with fibromyalgia pain areas due to tender areas around the lower back, many more trigger point areas and other conditions that affect the surrounding areas. The hip flexor muscles…

Fibromyalgia is Not All In Your Head, New Research Confirms

Fibromyalgia has been a mysterious disease, causing pain throughout the body and deep in tissues with no apparent cause. A large proportion of the medical community has believed that the disease was psychosomatic, and people essentially think that they are in pain. But a small biopharmaceutical company, Intidyn, or Integrated Tissue Dynamics, has found what they believe…

250+ SYMPTOMS OF FIBROMYALGIA AND COMMON CO-EXISTING CONDITIONS

Symptoms of Fibromyalgia and Common Co-Existing Conditions Fibromyalgia is a syndrome with many symptoms. Each individual with Fibromyalgia will have some of the symptoms. A few people will have all of the symptoms, but not everyone with Fibro has the same symptoms or even has symptoms all of the time.  Also, symptoms may vary from…

Hypervigilance in Fibromyalgia. What is it?

Hypervigilance in Fibromyalgia. What is it? By Adrienne Dellwo. Hypervigilance is a state of being constantly tense, on guard, and exceptionally aware of your environment. A small but growing body of research suggests that hypervigilance is a feature of fibromyalgia and may contribute to the common symptom of sensory overload. The idea is that our brains…